SoCS

SoCS – I Knew All The Jingles

Day 185


It is time again for Stream of Consciousness Saturday brought to you by the enchanting Linda Hill! This week’s challenge is:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “fab.” Use it as a word or find a word beginning with “fab.” As always, use any way you’d like. Have fun!


I grew up on commercials. We knew all the jingles for all the commercials even if the product never entered our home. Such is the case of Fab detergent. My family used some product purchased from the Jewel Tea salesman or maybe Duz detergent so we could collect golden wheat dinnerware packed in the box.

And of course that reminds me of buying oatmeal that had glasses packed inside. Of course it was a fabulous way for newlyweds to get a set of dishes — even though it took a long time!

And now a little Fab commercial to see if you remember the jingle! They surely had the most interesting collection of commercials through the years, but this is the jingle I remember.


If you would like to join in the Stream of Consciousness fun, check out Linda G. Hill’s blog for the rules!

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22 thoughts on “SoCS – I Knew All The Jingles”

  1. It seems like the lemoned freshened was after the plain borax jingle. I remember glasses in powdered detergent. The jingles that have stuck with me the most are from cat food commercials. I have no idea why. I love, I love, I love my calendar cats and Special Dinners have the special taste of MEOWK (milk.)

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  2. That jingle I remember! Funny how they stay with you for years. We used to get dishes from products, and also from gas station promotions. I have no idea if they still do that. 🙂

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