Monday, July 04, 2011

'FEINDISH FEET' Pots













I was talking a freind of mine the other day and looking through some comics he had from the 1980's and I came across one of the adverts for 'Feindish feet' Yogurts, I asked him if he remembered them and he said that he thought he had some of the pots in his green house. Anyway a few days later I went to see him and sure enough he had some, must of been in his greenhouse since the 80's, the pots were a little faded and covered in dirt and dead woodlice inside some of them. He used to have them for his kids to plant plants in, anyway I cleaned them up and here they are.

8 comments:

iok said...

Nice find! I only vaguely remember them, though...

Helle Kristine Tumbridge said...

Goodness, that raised a smile for me this morning. I'd forgotten all about those, but it all came flooding back when I saw the picture. I used to love those yoghurts.

Neil J.D said...

YEAH! I remember these , just check on ebay, non :(

Ryan said...

These were the best things in the world! Had a basket full of them several years ago (including the "rare" ones like Hot Cross Bunny and the cheese spread one). That basket of empty yoghurt pots mysteriously "went missing" when we moved house (cheer, mum).

Up until last October I still had a Fiendish Feet mug (with feet!), but that broke when I was moving into my new place - had that since 1989, so it was a bit gutting.

Don't know if you've seen this website? [url]http://www.radiofeeds.co.uk/fiendish/[/url]

Hermit said...

I don't even remember those! But I'm sure they were around, as was alot of cool stuff. Manufacturers don't even make the effort in their packaging these days :(

Paul said...

Ryan,Shame about your basket full of Feindish Feet pots and your fiendish feet mug. Hope you manage to fund another one. Thanks for the link.

I agree Hermit, there really is little or poor imaginative packaging these days, I hate it when they use computer artwork on characters etc.

Wardruther said...

These were excellent, out at the same time as Madballs I think.

Paul said...

Yeah, Madballs were great too.There were also Madball figures too wasn't there?