I’m pretty sure this is the one I remember. Martial arts magazines were so cool, all the swords and shit for sale in the back pages… http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2012/02/chucknorris.jpg
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wow I would have hated Monsanto back then as well!!!
Do you want a baby alligator? You BET you do. (200 years? I don’t think so . . . )
The 1980s were a great period for art. I mean, sure, there was a lot of weird stuff, but I think the good stuff from this era is better than the good stuff from a lot of other time periods.
this is the most insane thing i think i’ve ever seen, and i’ve seen the INTERNET!
Not tight, just make sure to suck in that pesky mid section all day!
That thing was the worst. My parents had a rule that I couldn’t buy any new game systems in HS after I bought the Genesis. This one was technically not a new one, since it was just an attachment to the Genesis. I bought
I’d love to see Howard Johnson’s Restaurants come back like a phoenix. I ate at one once in South Carolina, because there was one close to my house in Columbia. The ice cream was fantastic.
I read this to the tune of the line exchange in the Simpsons monorail song that went something like “Is there a chance the track could bend?” “Not on your life, my Hindu friend!”
1961? $2.99 in 1961 adjusted for inflation is $23.73. I hope that’s one hell of a banana split.
Okay, being subscribed here has made me realize that a *ton* of stuff used to be able to fly in the advertising industry. In the past month I’ve seen this ad, that Marlboro ad with the baby saying something along the lines of “I
Is totally buy a pair of they were available today. 3po.
Something timeless about this one. A simple burger and a simple dog still look good, and still cry out for some bright yellow mustard.
Wow, that’s awesome! Thanks for finding it! 🙂 I bet this car would still sell today if Toys R Us still sold it.
my aunt and uncle had a wall full of these ads at their lake house. this boat was my favorite.
Content aside, I like the look of the ad itself. Just looked up Lucky Strike on wiki, they were using “It’s Toasted” as a selling point as far back as 1917. [That ad isn’t as *striking*.](http://imgur.com/f3lkx3p) I remember this from Mad Men, I didn’t
This makes me sick considering sugar is essentially a drug that we get hooked on from the time we’re babies. Even today some baby formulas have sugar/corn syrup in them.
I’ll bet young dumbasses who read that ad had some awkward encounters. “I blew it in her face. Not only did her panties not drop, but she got pissed off.”
“BUY OUR TOILET PAPER OR YOU’LL NEED ASS SURGERY” Old ads didn’t fuck around.