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"The harder a wife works, the cuter she looks," Kellogg's Pep for Vitamins Sexist Ad,

If I think about this one too hard, I'll end up cowering under my desk in terror.

"VIBRATING BRA for satisfying relaxation. Very few women are lucky enough to have the firm, perfect figure needed to go without a bra. With your Vibra Bra you also receive a program of diet and exercise to firm and develop your bust line.

Seriously... an ad from 1954.  That just figures - the year I was born - no wonder I am so flat

"How to measure your wife for an ironing table?" How about measuring your wife for a 9 iron so she can beat you? You try ironing in a skirt, high heels and a stiff hairdo and then we'll see how you like "getting measured for an ironing table!

Scotch. 1946. Funny because it is so ridiculous. Beyond ridiculous

Merely place a strip of this transparent 'Scotch' cellulose tape over the place where I have so mischievously torn the paper.



A bad boy plays with his Devil's Serpent. I laughed so hard when I saw this.

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A bad boy plays with his Devil's Serpent. I laughed so hard when I saw this. are you kidding me!

Ad for Chubbettes which appeared in the August 20, 1956 issue of LIFE.

What young girl wouldn't feel better about herself if she wore Chubbettes? Yes, this was a real clothing line in the and for "bigger" girls. A girl's body Image problems started early.