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    you hate my horrible hands!

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    • Evan

      If they had put a bubble on the husband, it might say: "put some Jergens on your hands and quit bitching. I'm not buying a dishwasher. Where's my coffee, anyway?" The next ad would be for Drano. Or a shovel. By the way, if you're wondering what honeymoon hands are, they're hands that don't do anything after the honeymoon.

    • Barry Ross Rinehart

      questionableadvice: ~ Hinds Cream, March 1939via Grace’s Guide(click to enlarge)

    • Colin Towler

      You Hate My Horrible Hands! But Hinds gave back her "Honeymoon Hands".

    • Lidanoir

      Keep them smooth and soft and he'll love Your hand jobs again!

    • Meg Monster ❥

      Hinds cream 1900s ad. "He hates my horrible hands!" lol

    • Charlotte Jackson

      "You hate my horrible hands." Vintage Hand Cream Ad.

    • Lorna Allam

      #Cute...#Interesting things for you!# illustration

    • E.F.

      dishpan hands

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