“I wish I could talk in Technicolor.” A 1950s housewife takes ‘acid’ in the name of research!

A “typical” housewife takes a bunch of acid and answers a bunch of questions from a man who just doesn’t understand the molecular complexity of air.

With such polite mannerisms and spoken english in the 1950’s, sentences like “I wish I could talk in Technicolor,” “I’ve never seen such infinite beauty in my life” (3:34) and “If you can’t see it then you’ll just never know it. I feel sorry for you” are all very interesting things to hear and see:

~ by Fionnlagh on January 18, 2011.

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