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Love this ad! This must have been what my Mom did to me!

fringe trim scotch tape ad This must be the ad my mom saw when she cut my bangs. The tape slipped and my bangs were NOT even and way short.

The Cunt Says: Weird Vintage Ads 8

Weird Vintage Ads 8 Mother and Daughter, We'll have lots to smoke this winter won't we Mother? Are they talking about cannabis marijuana? back in the old days, hmm .

Cigarette Advertising: A Vintage Look

moking wasn’t always unhealthy, at least, in the public eye. In light of societal changes, here are some of the most interesting vintage cigarette ads:

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Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter ad c. "Husband furious because you've missed the post? The Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter prints the stamp .

One vintage ad warns women, "Don't let them call you SKINNY!" while another promises that smoking cigarettes will keep one slender. If the task of morphing their bodies into the current desirable shape isn't enough of a burden, women are also reminded that they stink.

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

Gray hair cost her her job - Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

In the days when Minute Rice was exotic, serving any kind of rice could be a radical act.

"My man likes something unexpected now and then. That's why I serve him rice." Va-rice-ity ad, 1969 (via Rice Council of America)

Vintage Ad: "Mother says one man-hater in the family is enough!" So if you have bad breath, you are a 'man-hater'... The messages we received during that generation!

Vintage Ad: "Mother says one man-hater in the family is enough!" So if you have bad breath, you are a 'man-hater'. The messages we received during that generation!

Vintage Marlboro ad, 1950. Marlboro cigarettes were originally marketed as a 'woman's cigarette.' The brand didn't catch on until the repositioning featuring the Marlboro Man.

It's so funny how times have changed.but thank goodness :) Vintage Marlboro ad, 1950 : Marlboro cigarettes were originally marketed as a 'woman's cigarette.' The brand didn't catch on until the repositioning featuring the Marlboro Man.

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Vintage Coca-Cola Calendar Advertising Coke, the Ideal Brain Tonic! It is true, though. I mean, the curing the headache part.

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