15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s
Eggs, lightbulbs, and whiskey at the touch of a button.
If you urgently needed a clock in Germany, just head down to the corner and pick one up.
Here's a Macy's vending machine that sold men's shorts for only 97 cents!
That's actually Harpo Marx surprising someone on Candid Camera from inside a Coca-Cola vending machine.
Here's a machine selling air insurance at Newark Airport.
A beer vending machine? Yes, please!
Here, a vending machine selling Calpis, a Japanese beverage described as having "a light, somewhat milky, and slightly acidic flavor, similar to plain or vanilla-flavored yogurt..." YUM.
Worms at the push of a button.
Lemonade vending machines in Moscow.
Pantyhose on-the-go in France.
Potatoes 'round the clock are totally useful.
Here's a machine dispensing handy lightbulbs.
Not the most exciting vending machine — dispensing lumps of coal in France — but still useful once upon a time.
The egg-o-matic seems like a pretty great idea so long as they don't get crushed coming out the slot.
The best for last: the whiskey vending machine. Official plea to get one of these for the BuzzFeed office.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF