This vintage ad claims it will teach you how to "fascinate and control everybody" - especially men - for the low, low price of 10 cents. But how does one do this? By slipping something in his drink, obviously. [Copyranter]
The less you spend on a car, the more you can spend on other things — "things" named Michelle, Tammy and Allison. [Vintage Ads]
Is the woman in this mid-'90s Game Boy ad upset because her partner is too distracted to have his way with her, or because she's tied up? Either way, the ad wound up getting banned in the U.K. [Contexts.org]
Why is creationism teaching material for children so scary? In this clip, Everything Is Terrible compiles some that includes creepy puppets talking about "blood sacrifices" and shitty animation that sort of implies Adam and Eve were into bestiality.
"Boys invent things. Girls use what boys invent." Some are calling hoax, others "1970s children's book." [Contexts]
Of course, we don't look to Hustler to find penetrating social insight, so it's not as though reading this article in praise of "chubby girls" from a 1962 issue of Mood is a shocker. That said, even by the standards of archaic lad mags, the dissertation on the charms of "chubettes" are appalling. A few of their…