Advertisements from long, long ago — Father’s Day edition

16 Responses to Advertisements from long, long ago — Father’s Day edition

  1. […] Advertisements from long, long ago — Father’s Day edition — bluebird of bitterness […]

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  2. trentpmcd says:

    Ah, the good old days. Sitting around in the lounger wearing that nice suite and tie, stinking of Old Spice and smoking up a storm sure spells relaxation in my book. Hey, where are the whiskey ads?

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  3. egorr says:

    Ah, memories!

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  4. I didn’t remember Naugahyde being so scary. \@’@/

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  5. John Holton says:

    Hey, there’s Prince Albert in a can! Better let him out!

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  6. bunkerville says:

    Great fun. Thanks for the memories..

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  7. I never really got into the Lil Abner comic strip. But I was worried about the morality of an ad showing Daisy Mae ogling Abner’s boxers so I did some quick research. Sure enough—they got married! So it’s all good and now I know a lot more about Lil Abner and crew than I did 15 minutes ago.

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  8. Imlac says:

    As a devoted cigar and pipe smoker, in an age of inverted priorities, I relished the honesty of the first ad. : )

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  9. Widdershins says:

    Heavens to Murgatroid! … wonderful, in kind of a twisty way. 😀

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  10. Carol says:

    Love these and recall giving my Dad both Old Spice and High Karate. (Different years).

    So many tobacco ads. My Dad smoked cigars which somehow gave me a stomach ache when riding in the car. Luckily in those days you could stretch out over the back seat when you weren’t feeling well. No pesky seatbelts to restrain you.

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  11. Jennie says:

    Love these!

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