Jockey jr briefs ad. This just makes me laugh. The gun in the jocks... I have an aspie child that is obsessed with guns and is often seen leaping about with one hanging from his undies. I also love the corny whitey whiteness of the under shirt and the Y fronts. I can't imagine my boys wearing white Y fronts!!

Jockey jr briefs ad. This just makes me laugh. The gun in the jocks... I have an aspie child that is obsessed with guns and is often seen leaping about with one hanging from his undies. I also love the corny whitey whiteness of the under shirt and the Y fronts. I can't imagine my boys wearing white Y fronts!!

"Lucky Tiger gets the gals!"...just bag the ones you want and mount them on the wall...vintage hair tonic ad.

"Lucky Tiger gets the gals!"...just bag the ones you want and mount them on the wall...vintage hair tonic ad.

It was recently discovered (2012) that the Easter Island 'heads' actually had bodies attached to them, that had been burried over time.

It was recently discovered (2012) that the Easter Island 'heads' actually had bodies attached to them, that had been burried over time.

Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together. Roermond, NL, 1888

Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together. Roermond, NL, 1888

This was an advertisement for a piece of art back in the 1920s. It is a picture of an infant-like African-American holding onto their stereotypical favorite food, a watermelon. It is wearing a diaper and holding a bottle, like a baby. It looks like a baby because babies are lower down on the human pyramid, implying that people in the 1920s had thought all black people were lesser than the white. Slavery may have been abolished, but black people were still looked down upon.

This was an advertisement for a piece of art back in the 1920s. It is a picture of an infant-like African-American holding onto their stereotypical favorite food, a watermelon. It is wearing a diaper and holding a bottle, like a baby. It looks like a baby because babies are lower down on the human pyramid, implying that people in the 1920s had thought all black people were lesser than the white. Slavery may have been abolished, but black people were still looked down upon.

What??!! The real message here: if you DON'T take our product, your kids will think you don't love them.

What??!! The real message here: if you DON'T take our product, your kids will think you don't love them.

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