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18 Unbelievably Sexist Vintage Ads


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22 Ill-Advised First Drafts of Great Ad Campaigns

Non-skid?! "Blow up" to the size you want to be?! LOL Vintage Ads : theBERRY

Vintage ads are a reminder of how times have changed (24 photos)

McDonald's vintage advertisement Back when eating out was a treat. And eating in the car..! Wow!

Was McDonald's hot in the If this McDonald's "Let’s Eat Out!" kids book is any indication, I'd say "yes"! What a fab illustration! Also, in the company's year, Ronald McDonald appeared in both his first national TV commercial

Vintage ads are a reminder of how times have changed (24 photos) lawl!

Vintage ads are a reminder of how times have changed (24 photos)

"What every teenager should know: Girls Who Don't Read Are Skanks" So untrue! For example, I love books and am already working on my platform for the Skank Presidential Election coming up next year.

The Most Bizarre Vintage Advertisements Ever - DesignTAXI.com....I almost pinned this to my "Breakfast" board, lol!

Vintage Ads - Every morning's a Smirnoff morning. Breakfast of champions

"Well, it must be the Dove!" (1960s pink dove soap ad by CapricornOneVintage, via Flickr)

To me, bubble baths are for fun, and for relaxing. The minute I put a bar of soap in, the soap bubbles disappear. So much for getting really clean. Wait for the soap bubbles to disappear, then get out that bar of soap and get clean.

It was a jelly or bread ad originally, but this is even better.

Shocking Vintage Ads

Kids are cute. But they can also be creepy. And you’re about to see just how creepy in this collection of vintage ads, posted by users of the Livejournal V

Prozac - Appeals to the depressed making it seem like popping these pills will make it a lot easier to cope with their depression and that your life's suddenly a lot better. Sooner or later they get addicted and it stops even working as a placebo.

GSK pays US government record $3 billion for illegally marketing drugs (but CEO and executives not held criminally responsible)