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Politically Incorrect Ads


This is a quick post, mainly to give you a link to my wife's blog post on many of the preparations going on this week for our daughter Nora's wedding. I hope you will peek in on the post to see what the creative women in my life have been up to.

Our son-in-law Jim shared an e-mail with me today that had some funny pictures I just knew my readers would enjoy. They clearly show how much times have changed since these ads were being used. I'll pass these nine ads on without comment.

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

(I learned through a reader that the ad below is a spoof, but I'll leave it in the post for archival purposes.)

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

picture of politically incorrect ad

If that last ad is true, it must be the explanation for why my wife is so adorable! I don't know of any week of "vacation" where she has worked harder.

=^..^= =^..^=
Rob

Why does a round pizza come in a square box?


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5 Comments on “Politically Incorrect Ads”

  1. #1 Ed
    on Mar 31st, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    Mr Loach,
    These are amazing.

  2. #2 Carrie
    on Apr 1st, 2011 at 1:33 am

    My, how times have changed!

  3. #3 David
    on Apr 1st, 2011 at 7:06 am

    One thing hasn’t changed: The exaggeration of advertisers. I use a safety razor very simliar to the one in the picture and I still cut myself every couple weeks. Oh well, that’s what a styptic pencil is for.

  4. #4 Michael
    on Apr 1st, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Does the Lard Information Council still exist? Seems like it would have been outlawed a while ago. And, back in the early days, television may have helped children be smarter. Now, though, I often feel my own brain cells dying watching certain things.

  5. #5 Tammy
    on Apr 3rd, 2011 at 8:30 am

    http://www.pbase.com/image/81205084

    This is a spoof from the British satirical comic Viz, issue 52, February / March 1992, on page 21. It’s not a real advertisement.

    Lard Council wasn’t true!

    Chef one is great. When my husband is not traveling for work, he does the cooking.

    Rob adds: Thanks, Tammy. I’ll add something to that effect in the post.