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    • Jerry Long

      "LIPS THAT TOUCH LIQUOR SHALL NEVER TOUCH MINE!" The picture alone is reason enough to drink deeply from the nearest jug.

    • Age Hill

      Lips that touch liquor... -via weird vintage ads | Those wild, wacky prohibition days doomed to failure :)

    • Elaine Sieberg

      Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours! (Sarcastic photo taken by anti-prohibitionists to mock their opponents, 1919.)

    • Kayla Orzel

      Irritating... *PINNER* - Mama said ' lips that touch wine shall never touch mine' *ME* - Lips that do not touch liqour... Throw stones in glass houses. One thing to say to you, CHEERS! **Rhymes...pah. HAIKU PEOPLE! Peep that cranky sobers, have a drink and relax. BOTTOMS UP MY FRIENDS!!!

    • Agne Sunelaityte

      These 50 Photos From The Past Are Shocking And Hilarious. I Can't Believe How Things Have Changed...

    • Victoria Huth

      Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.

    • Miinemost Blank

      LIPS THAT TOUCH LIQUOR ..... ENOUGH TO MAKE MEN ALCOHOLICS !!!! If you were around in 1919 and came across the following poster ......I mean, seriously ..... wouldn't you just keep drinking !!!! haha

    • Patrice   Anne Hale

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    • Gary Geiger

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