"There is no normal. There's only you and me." - Willie Nelson
A very festive young man by the looks of things! I assume the Tide is to underscore the clean living this young man was engaging in?
Two words: Product Placement.
I've been wondering where the name "Velocipete" came from....______________________________The velocipede was a series of human-powered vehicles created in the Victorian age. There were designs with two, three and four wheels. Some two-wheeled designs had pedals mounted on the front wheel, while three- and four-wheeled designs used treadles and levers to drive the rear wheels. Later two-wheel versions had increasingly large front wheels, directly driven by bicycle pedals, and a smaller back wheel—these leading to the penny-farthing. This invention was made by Walter Hunt.The two-wheeled velocipede sometimes called the boneshaker was invented in the early 1860s in France. The Michaux company was the first to mass-produce the velocipede, from 1867 to 1870. It cost $100 in 1870, making it unaffordable to the working classes.The dandy horse was a similar vehicle, but without pedals and also sometimes called a velocipede._______________________________
Aww, it's my long-haired hippy dude!
Must be pre-Spinal Tap days.
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