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  • Lori Mcclure-Wade

    Because you can't start 'em too young. 7up, 1955 Seven Up original vintage advertisement. Promoting purity and wholesomeness, 7Up advised young mothers to add the soft drink to babies' milk in equal parts to coax fussy toddlers at mealtime!

  • Scott Bennett

    old ads | Eclipse: creepy vintage ads for your viewing pleasure

  • Kim Wriston-Gallagher

    7UP 50's...omg...can u imagine giving soda to your baby?? lol

  • diana duong

    7-Up for babies ad Flashback Friday: 7up for babies. by Heather ... This baby above is not my son, but a real-life ad from the good old days. ... I mean, kids don't like the food? ... Also, who remembers Milk n Pepsi from Laverne and Shirley? Liz.

  • Why Are You Creepıng

    Vintage Ads: 7up should be given to babies

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