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Fat As Pigs This ad is from Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic sold more than Coca Cola. Because it promises to make adults and children fat as pigs? At least they were honest.

sign me up !!!!!!!!! although $2.00 was a LOT of $ back when this was being advertised..........ah......what price for beauty ??

Big claims: 'Fat is folly', screams one advert, which claims the La Parle Obesity Soap can reduce fat without 'dieting or gymnastics'

Advertising - Selling soap, ketchup and cigarettes – and offending women world over – in Sexist Ads - Not Cool

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Controversial advertisements from the past via Mamamia

Controversial advertisements from the past

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.


The Top 15 Most Dangerous, Offensive, Racist, False and Sexist Vintage Ads

What every woman needs…Vibra Bra

"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.

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"Don't Let Daddy Lick Me Again! Beating the crap out of your child so he will take a laxative? How ironic, not to mention disturbing. Can't really imagine why a child ever needed a laxative!

Politically Incorrect Advertising - Wall to Watch

"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!

Vintage Ads That Are Too Taboo For Today's Standards

Vintage Ads That Are Too Taboo For Today's Standards

A World War II poster warning against the risks of venereal disease by use of images of supposedly "loose" women, all with a red motif of some kind, as well as a loaded gun. Venereal Disease Poster No.