1970's Nylon overalls these things were called "house-dresses" in Scotland. My Gran often wore one at home especially when making scotch pancakes or hanging washing up on the "pulley"
American Tan Tights these were an essential part of the Girl Guide uniform at one point ( late 70's) when on parade. Well, it was deemed essential in the west coast of Scotland at least !
Cadbury's Old Jamaica its not quite the same somehow, without the gold wrapper but I have a customer who buys me two Old Jamaica bars as a Christmas tip every year. Excellent present! I DON'T share them with ANYONE !!!!
Queen's Silver Jubilee saw the Queen at Irvine shopping mall that year. The council spent a small fortune on laying a red carpet all the way through the new building for the Queen to walk down. She put ONE footstep on it- she walked close to the crowd barriers talking to the people waiting there to see her and ignored all the dignitaries. I was quite impressed by this even though I was only seven.
Poison Perfume I can remember a certain set of girls in my year at school who thought Poison was the height of sophistication. What a stench when they gathered together at breaktime...
Ferguzade I can remember selling it when I worked as a Saturday assistant in a small chemist in the late 80's. Along with Askit powders, Abdines and Panadeine Co. The bottles were wrapped in coloured cellophane, if I remember correctly.