Advertising at it’s finest.

Ah yes, the days of old. A time when manipulation marketing was top-notch. So without further adieu, here is a collection of classic print ads for your enjoyment.

Male Dominance
“When she told me that he walks all over her, I didn’t think it was like this!”

Child Exploitation
The teddy bear is of age, I swear.

Blow Job
Cause when the husband finds out, you better be able to run like a Puma™.

Smoking Cigarettes
And more dentists chew SKOAL than any other brand!

Young Martyr
Time to go dumpster diving. Yaaaay!

7 Up
Patting a child on the back to make it burp is sooooo yesteryear.

Female Masturbation
Cover the lady’s head and glass in the second picture. What do you see?

Hit and Run
He should’ve been wearing a helmet…Now he’ll always wear a helmet.

Domestic Violence
“The bloody gloves don’t fit me Claire. They simply do not fit!”

Group Shower
Just remember…when you put your “heads” together, you can accomplish anything.

Ocular Surgery
*cringe*

Coca-Cola
For when you want a miscarriage, drink Coca-Cola, the natural birth control.™

Shout-out to oddee for finding these gems.

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4 Responses to “Advertising at it’s finest.”

  1. WendySkeleton Says:

    The third one should be used today. Believe it or not, it’s perhaps the most accurate representation of today.

  2. Steve Says:

    In the third one does that chick have spooge on her leg?

  3. Fast Eddie Says:

    Well then, I guess Puma doesn’t really make cum-catchers in that case. Darn.

  4. anica2013 Says:

    Reblogged this on Anica Hasanat.

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