The red and white BurmaShave signs were a familiar site traveling across the USA by car in the 1950's.

  • Leaving Tulsa
    Rte 66
    Next Stop Oklahoma City
  • Better try
  • Less speed per mile
  • That car
  • May have to
  • Last a while
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Heaven's
  • Latest
  • Neophyte
  • Signalled left
  • Then turned right
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • His
  • Tomato
  • Was the mushy type
  • Until his beard
  • Grew over-ripe
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Relief
  • For faces
  • Chapped and sore
  • Keeps 'em comin'
  • Back for more
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The wolf
  • Is shaved
  • So neat and trim
  • Red Riding Hood
  • Is chasing him
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • We can't
  • Provide you
  • With a date
  • But we do supply
  • The best darn bait
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Leaves
  • Face soft
  • As woman's touch
  • Yet doesn't cost you
  • Near as much
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • A chin
  • Where barbed wire
  • Bristles stand
  • Is bound to be
  • A no ma'ams land
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Clancy's
  • Whiskers
  • Tickle Nancy
  • Nancy lowered the boom
  • On Clancy!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Missin' Kissin'?
  • Perhaps your thrush
  • Can't get thru
  • The underbrush--try
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Pedro
  • Walked
  • Back home by golly
  • His bristly chin
  • Was hot-to-Molly
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Is he
  • Lonesome
  • Or just blind--
  • This guy who drives
  • So close behind?
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The wife
  • Who keeps on
  • Being kissed
  • Always heads
  • Her shopping list
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • I know
  • He's a wolf
  • Said riding hood
  • But Grandma dear,
  • He smells so good
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Drinking drivers
  • Don't you know
  • Great bangs
  • From little
  • Binges grow?
  • Burma Shave

  • Entering Oklahoma City
    Rte 66
    Rest Stop
Leg03 Tulsa → Oklahoma City
1. Select any U.S. Route 66 leg (top left).
2. Optionally select a ♫ 50's/60's Jukebox … it will load in a separate tab.
3. Select play & set volume on the Jukebox, then return to this tab & start the signs.
4. Single click the Start/Stop button to start, pause or continue the BurmaShave signs.

Take the classic U.S. Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica. About 3 minutes per leg and all are unique - no repeats. Happy time travels!
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