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  • Jasmine Maibaum

    Vintage Ad for Lane Bryant - 'Calling All Chubbies!' I can't believe they used this - such a negative slant toward real women...yet I would love to see this advertised again to see reactions lol

  • Kelly Lasswell

    1920s-1960s : “Calling all Chubbies” ads. Things have changed. Haha!

  • Evelyn Lundstrom

    Can you imagine calling Plus Size women Chubby? This is an advertisement from the 50's...... Hilarious! Calling All Chubbies! Vintage Lane Bryant ad.

  • Jodi

    As if. This is too funny. Calling All Chubbies! Vintage Lane Bryant ad.

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