A gallery of old advertisments of Doctors recommending smokes.
The United States isn’t the only country that has nosy parents with too much time of their hands. Over 1,500 Brits complained about this KFC TV spot, which they claim encourages children to sing with food in their mouths.
It’s called “I’ll tell you how to parent parenting”.
It’s groups like this that get behind TV, music and video game blaming.
Apparently, you need them to tell you what you should let your child watch, and which companies you should boycott.
It’s an interactive ad for Geico where you get to visit the Caveman at his condo for a cocktail party.
Nowhere in advertising is the gap between natural beauty and manufactured perfection more apparent than on subway posters. As we wait for transportation, we are unwillingly assaulted by larger-than-life representations of supposedly beautiful salespeople. The large scale of these ads and their extremely close proximity to the viewer offer up more than perceived intimacy, however… they give us the chance to see the mechanical flaws designed to correct their physical flaws.
Why don’t we just see them for what they are? They are regular people just like us, they just have a team of retouchers waiting at the ready.
Printable cold sores allow us to take action! Bring these people back down to our level, and tell advertisers that you don’t agree with their message. How can you help? It’s easy…
“A man marries a woman because he loves her. so, instead of blaming him if married love begins to cool, she should question herself. Is she truly trying to keep her husband and herself eager, happily married lovers? One most effective way to safeguard her dainty feminine allure….”
IS TO DOUCHE WITH LYSOL!
See the whole bloody thing at: Feastoffools’ Flickr Account
Here are some pictures of hairstyles with awesome names that I scanned from one of my 1970s Ebony magazines. These are from an ad for hair products, not from an article. All good haircuts should have an equally good name.