I chose the chewing gum because "scout" jean louise loved it. Also scout and Jem found some in the tree.

I chose the chewing gum because "scout" jean louise loved it. Also scout and Jem found some in the tree.: I chose the chewing gum because "scout" jean louise loved it. Also scout and Jem found some in the tree

6 Retro Ads With Accidental Sexual Innuendos  - Don't even what to know what this means.  I'm just so disturbed

6 Retro Ads With Accidental Sexual Innuendos

Funny yet seemingly inappropriate vaseline ad - I can't believe they actually used this as advertising

launched in the 1930s, KitKats became an instant favourite

From pastilles to present: How Henry Rowntree (and some beloved sweets) turned his family firm into a national icon over 150 years

McDonald's vintage advertisement Back when eating out was a treat. And eating in the car..! Wow!

Was McDonald's hot in the If this McDonald's "Let’s Eat Out!" kids book is any indication, I'd say "yes"! What a fab illustration! Also, in the company's year, Ronald McDonald appeared in both his first national TV commercial

Oreo cookies ad, 1950. Mom baked and these were the only store bought cookies I remember.

Oreo cookies ad, Mom baked and these were the only store bought cookies I remember. Oreos have to be a good snack in the gas station

If you love your husband you will keep your complexion lovely. If he leaves because you didn't use Palmolive-- you've only got yourself to blame!

10 More Retro Ads That Made Women Look Like Idiots

"I love my husband far too much to risk getting dry, lifeless 'middle-age' skin! How you, too, can keep your complexion lovely with this soap made with olive oil!

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