Monday, March 4, 2024

ADS ....I TRY AND BRING THE BEST ........................

 

I  love the old ads .......at least they are not  all fucking soppy as  fuck....... and  weak  like todays  little  bitch ads   ....by bitch ad men....... who are  married ..... afraid...... spineless........  fuckers .........  scared to offend  anyone or  anything ..........real times  when people were  not  afraid  .....unlike today .....scared to offend anyone ........now you have  ads   for   pee pads ........ to try and  make them look attractive  ...since when were  pee pads  attractive .........putting flowers on them and  designs .....they are piss catchers ......



Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time
Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time

Take a journey back in time with these vintage adverts, some of which are pretty petrifying. These campaigns showcase just how far society has come in terms of technology and equality among sexes. They're all crazy funny, irreverent, and worthy of ogling over for a few laughs.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale (1930s)

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Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

The only thing this vintage advert is promoting is gingivitis, although Canada Dry Ginger Ale would claim otherwise. The offensive advert was part of a campaign that recruited freckled-face, ginger haired children to be part of their "It's Gingervating" series of adverts. The adverts of today are a bit more tasteful.

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Jell-O (1964)

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Jell O  1964
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The Jell-O of the sixties wasn't the kind of jello that went with ice-cream—it was a vegetable flavored gelatin for salads. Solidifying salads in a dome of translucent jelly was a thing, and perhaps paved the way for the modern day terrine. Either way, this disgusting food trend needs to stay in the past.

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Sea-Monkeys (1970s)

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Sea Monkeys
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Every kid in the seventies wanted sea-monkeys, so much so that the trend seemed to roller coaster its way into other decades. Kids used to order packets of sea monkeys, which were just packets of dust...until they were added to water. They're actually an artificial breed of brine shrimp that comes alive when they hit water.

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Soup on the Rocks (1960s)

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Soup on the Rocks
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Campbell's soup is good quality soup in a can, and to this day remains a popular option for soup lovers. But Campbell's Soup on the Rocks was some kind of weird abomination of a modern-day gazpacho. Campbell's claimed that their beef broth over ice was the perfect after sports drink to replenish lost minerals.

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Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time
Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time

Take a journey back in time with these vintage adverts, some of which are pretty petrifying. These campaigns showcase just how far society has come in terms of technology and equality among sexes. They're all crazy funny, irreverent, and worthy of ogling over for a few laughs.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale (1930s)

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Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

The only thing this vintage advert is promoting is gingivitis, although Canada Dry Ginger Ale would claim otherwise. The offensive advert was part of a campaign that recruited freckled-face, ginger haired children to be part of their "It's Gingervating" series of adverts. The adverts of today are a bit more tasteful.

ADVERTISEMENT

Jell-O (1964)

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Jell O  1964
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

The Jell-O of the sixties wasn't the kind of jello that went with ice-cream—it was a vegetable flavored gelatin for salads. Solidifying salads in a dome of translucent jelly was a thing, and perhaps paved the way for the modern day terrine. Either way, this disgusting food trend needs to stay in the past.

ADVERTISEMENT

Sea-Monkeys (1970s)

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Sea Monkeys
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Every kid in the seventies wanted sea-monkeys, so much so that the trend seemed to roller coaster its way into other decades. Kids used to order packets of sea monkeys, which were just packets of dust...until they were added to water. They're actually an artificial breed of brine shrimp that comes alive when they hit water.

ADVERTISEMENT

Soup on the Rocks (1960s)

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Soup on the Rocks
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Campbell's soup is good quality soup in a can, and to this day remains a popular option for soup lovers. But Campbell's Soup on the Rocks was some kind of weird abomination of a modern-day gazpacho. Campbell's claimed that their beef broth over ice was the perfect after sports drink to replenish lost minerals.

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ADVERTISEMENT
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Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time
Vintage Ads That Will Take You Back In Time

Take a journey back in time with these vintage adverts, some of which are pretty petrifying. These campaigns showcase just how far society has come in terms of technology and equality among sexes. They're all crazy funny, irreverent, and worthy of ogling over for a few laughs.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale (1930s)

ADVERTISEMENT
Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

The only thing this vintage advert is promoting is gingivitis, although Canada Dry Ginger Ale would claim otherwise. The offensive advert was part of a campaign that recruited freckled-face, ginger haired children to be part of their "It's Gingervating" series of adverts. The adverts of today are a bit more tasteful.

ADVERTISEMENT

Jell-O (1964)

ADVERTISEMENT
Jell O  1964
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

The Jell-O of the sixties wasn't the kind of jello that went with ice-cream—it was a vegetable flavored gelatin for salads. Solidifying salads in a dome of translucent jelly was a thing, and perhaps paved the way for the modern day terrine. Either way, this disgusting food trend needs to stay in the past.

ADVERTISEMENT

Sea-Monkeys (1970s)

ADVERTISEMENT
Sea Monkeys
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Every kid in the seventies wanted sea-monkeys, so much so that the trend seemed to roller coaster its way into other decades. Kids used to order packets of sea monkeys, which were just packets of dust...until they were added to water. They're actually an artificial breed of brine shrimp that comes alive when they hit water.

ADVERTISEMENT

Soup on the Rocks (1960s)

ADVERTISEMENT
Soup on the Rocks
Photo Courtesy: Nautical Images

Campbell's soup is good quality soup in a can, and to this day remains a popular option for soup lovers. But Campbell's Soup on the Rocks was some kind of weird abomination of a modern-day gazpacho. Campbell's claimed that their beef broth over ice was the perfect after sports drink to replenish lost minerals.

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