"Hey, Bill, can I bum one of those fries?"
"Sure thing, pal."
Bill: "Ah, you know what. Here, help yourself to all of them. Here, take my coffee and dessert, too."
Good grief, does this look like a scene out of The Exorcist, or what? And why is the guy whose meal is getting pelted with saliva smiling? "Never give a germ a break." Only ONE germ? I beg to differ!
Plop, putt, whiz, whiz, oh, what a relief it is! I can't think of a more humiliating modeling job than sitting on the john with your pants actually down around your ankles.
Can't think of anything worse than toothpaste made of bleach. Chlorox toothpaste...your tastebuds will hate you.
Between the two world wars, a crusade was launched against the humble house fly--this is just one of many ads educating residents about the dangers of having a "deadly"fly in your home. I would like to know just who Cole Pharmacy sold dead flies to...and by the pint, no less. Yuck!
I actually do like prunes. I just can't imagine having a "prune party." I hope their party was sponsored by Charmin.
Yes, misguided people really did devour tapeworms at one time to lose weight. I think she'd be better off with the prunes...
They could have at least found a more attractive male model to promote a product for body rash, especially when they're discussing his "groin irritation." Would be easier ad to look at if he had diaper rash instead.
Thirsty? Here, have some liquid meat sodium in a can. What was Campbell's ad men smoking? This makes the hot Dr. Pepper recipe (which was promoted in the 1960s) look like a glass of Dom Perignon.
Buttplugs! Get your buttplugs here!
Ayyyyyyyyyyy! Don't get me wrong, it's not that I don't find The Fonz attractive...it's the double entendre copy in this ad--"put him on your back"--that kinda produced icky imagery. We'll leave these shirts for the Hooper triplets...
Oh no, Imodium didn't "go" there. Oh no, it did.