Posts tagged retro
Posts tagged retro
Sorry folks, it has been awhile since there has been any new content. Graduate School was/and is taking a good deal of my time, but I am back, with a Falstaff Advertisement that I found from an old outdoor magazine. “Got A Thirst For Man-Sized Pleasure?” Who knew Falstaff would fill such a void? Judging by the look on the man’s face in the ad, it appears it was just what he needed after polishing his ice skates. This stuff is too odd.
Found in a old science textbook, this man is trying to fool that monkey. That’s not a monkey mother, that’s science!
Here’s another suggestive advertisement from the magazine archives, in this instance, a 1960s women’s magazine. Years ago, they couldn’t sell certain items in their actual names and uses, but this “personal vibrator”, appears to massage you delightfully all over. “A Gentle Penetrating Massage”, heck, it just gets too suggestive from here on out. But it is nice to see that if you buy two, they will pay the shipping. Give one to a friend!
From the magazine archives, ol’ Redd Foxx is one smooth customer. Way before Billy Dee was touting the benefits of Colt 45, Mr. Foxx was paving the way for smoothness. Stay smooth.
Libby Jones offers you a helpful book on a exciting new career! Supposedly, no woman should be without it. Libby, wonder if that stands for Liberation?
From the book “Zacherely For President” (to which I do believe he did not win), the Cool Ghould offers a lady a rather large shot. Love can be transmitted many ways.
A Russian postcard that I found on a floor at a recycling center. This Russian girl likes Russian flowers in front of a Russian Chalkboard. Its has the year of 1973 on the back, so now, she is a Russian Lady.
Found in a barn in Kansas, Ohio: this young girl is all smiles. Perhaps, she is so fond of her skirt she is smiling? Or, the cat entering the photo brings her joy?
From a book on Hollywood Pinups, Betty Hutton wishes you a happy Valentine’s Day. Take Betty’s advice, eat some chocolate and put on a smile.