Vintage ads

13 Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today

If your husband ever finds out you're not "store-testing" for fresher coffee.if he discovers you're still taking chances on getting flat, stale coffee. woe be unto you! For today there's a sure and certain way to test for freshness before you buy.

Racist advertising

Racism In 30 Vintage Ads

an ad selling soap- little white kid says to little black kid "why doesn't your mamma wash you with fairy soap? If this ad was intended to make me feel icky- it does. does fairy soap wash that feeling away?

Sexist Vintage Ads: Outdated Advertisements Directed At Husbands And Wives

CRINGE: 17 Sexist Vintage Ads For Spouses

"Do you still beat your wife? Maybe you should never have stopped. Read why in the rollicking, provocative, yet educational booklet entitled, 'Why You Should Beat Your Wife', written by an eminent practitioner of this manly art.

10 Retro Ads That Made Women Look Like Complete Idiots

10 Retro Ads That Made Women Look Like Complete Idiots

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Train Your Wife | Minnesota Posters — Vintage Travel Prints, Tourist Maps and Tourism Art

TRAIN YOUR WIFE vintage poster. Learn to Train your wife in five easy lessons. She is also naked under her apron.

Rétro: Quand la pub était politiquement incorrecte

Vintage cola advertisement by the Soda Pop Board of America: 'For a better start in life, start Cola earlier!' How things change!

In Susan Bordo’s article, Hunger as an Ideology, my eyes were opened to just how hurtful our society has become when you take a look at sexist advertisements and gender stereotypes in the media. Beginning in the early years of advertising, we watched to cookie-cutter family selling cleaning products (or wait, Kellogg’s Cereal?) with harshly defined gender roles.

Sexism Sells in the Media

"The harder a wife works, the cuter she looks," Kellogg's Pep for Vitamins Sexist Ad,

Si te dice "Te quiero" que te diga para que?

Gentlemen, do you want your woman to bow to you and serve you breakfast It’s easy! Just wear a tie in bed. Preferably a Van Heusen tie, of course. But, as any woman will tell you, any tie in bed is better than no tie at all—What are we?

Butter...It's good for you!

Old ad: "Your Nutrition Tip: Butter is slippery. That's why we eat as much as possible to lubricate our arteries and veins." So far it has worked for me. - This type of ad is shocking to me.

Nothing Does It Like Heineken Getting The Kids Hooked Young!

and Dad must have seen this add (with Coke) 1955 Seven Up original vintage advertisement. Promoting purity and wholesomeness, advised young mothers to add the soft drink to babies' milk in equal parts to coax fussy toddlers at mealtime!

They're happy because they eat lard... (only explanation).

Friday Finds - proof in advertising that the good old days weren't always good

"They're happy because they eat lard" ad, - Who knew the key to happiness is lard?

Old Ad. *Ha!  First of all "[R[eal he-man toothpaste" like women don't drink.  Secondly, there is No Way you could get that "[N]ight-before feeling" using this.  Some of the 'Hair of the dog that bit ya', that does help.  But you'd need more 'hair' than what's in this tube.  Otherwise it's just, ugh.

Why fight oral hygiene - enjoy it! Brush your teeth with Whiskey Tooth Paste & rinse with soda instead of water if you prefer.

old medicine labels

Cocaine toothache drops (c. were popular for children.Not only would the medicine numb the pain, but it could also put the user in a "better" mood. 10 Cocaine and other Drug Products of the Past - ODDEE

Circa late 1800's to early 1900's is my guess. It treats BAD BREATH!! WOW! The medical field was so interesting in its ways back then.....i meant "BIZARRE", yeah Bizarre...

nsydeout: “ Smoke cigarettes to cure asthma? But the funniest shit is the very last line, “Not recommended for children under ” so i should start smoking?