Merch From '89
Let's harken back to 1989, an era where the World Wrestling Federation was selling us the merchandise of Hulk Hogan, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, The Ultimate Warrior, and.... a bunch of creepy children acting as models.
Case in point - the 1989 merch catalog had a ton of Hulk Hogan bathroom wear, such as bathrobes that were waaaaay too short on these poor, creepy kids. And hey, The Hulkster never ever wore a robe to the ring (unless you're counting his role as "Thunderlips" in Rocky III). Wouldn't this item be better marketed to, say, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine or Big John Studd, both of whom always had robes on?
Another interesting note here - the creepy kid in the middle with the Hulk-a-mug and red short shorts? That's a pre-teen Sheamus!
Okay, maybe not - but stare at his face for a minute and tell me it isn't at least a possibility!
Speaking of items that no one would ever, ever buy.... WWF bumper stickers? Seriously?
I suppose if it were the height of the Monday Night Wars, I could understand someone toting an "Austin 3:16" or "nWo" logo on their car. But "Caution - this car stops at all WWF events"???
And let's not get started on the "If you look like The Ultimate Warrior, I'm available" one. So.... if I have a feathered mullet, tassels on my arms and boots and wear triangular warpaint on my face.... there's a chance you might be interested?
Oooooh yeah? More like "oh, no."