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    • Emma Alexander

      Vintage Ads That Should Have Been Banned - Oh look, it's a wife who burnt her husband's dinner...But don't worry, he says, "you didn't burn the beer!" This vintage advertisement comes from an era when a woman's 'job' was to simply cook and clean. A wife who couldn't cook up to the standards of her husband was frowned upon, and this advertisement is a clear emphasis of this. Perhaps the husband ought to cook his own dinner next time...

    • Deb Casselbury

      Chauvinist retro ad - Schlitz beer

    • Scarlett Crona

      Beer funny #interesting ads #funny commercial ads| http://funny-ads-61.blogspot.com

    • Susan Z

      Don't worry Darling, you didn't burn the beer! housewife 1950 - Recherche Google

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