Jelly Tits For Party People

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The 1970s were a time when a few people really were having wild swinger parties, but rather more suburbanites were looking enviously on, hoping that their get-togethers might evolve into something more than fondue, mini sausages and pineapples on a stick and glasses of Babycham. Perhaps these hopeful characters – trying their best to spice up otherwise dull parties with a hint of harmless naughtiness – were the audience for Jelly Tit moulds, which were sold by Russell Gay’s Item Publications from the pages of his magazines Knave and Fiesta.

Designed to make wibbly-wobbly breast-shaped jellies, you can imagine that in real life, these moulds would rarely result in the sort of perfectly formed examples show in the ad. At least they came in a presentation pack – though quite who you would be presenting them to is a matter of conjecture.

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