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Adverts from the Old Days Used to Be Pretty Damn Sexist (17 pics)

Posted in Lifestyle » Retro   8 Mar 2014   / 7081 views

I’m surprised her husband allowed her to drive by herself.

God forbid you wake up with morning breath, or worse yet, without a full face of makeup.

Wait, what are they advertising?

Ladies, remember this: Keeping a man is as easy as being a REALLY good cook.

Why get her a gift she would enjoy?

Forget that whole love and trust thing, it’s all about how you cook!

I’m guessing he filed for divorce the following day.

Does she have horrible morning sickness? Then get her Mornidine, because your wife should be cooking you breakfast, not lying in bed sick while carrying your child!

Go ahead and spray her down with water, she’s a woman and doesn’t care.

Obviously it’s more important to have nicer hands than it is to be good at your job.

Nothing says love like body-shaming your teenage daughter.

Why put that extra money you saved into a savings account, when you can put it toward an undergarment that literally makes you uncomfortable all day long.

This is insulting on so many levels, and, of course, she can’t even get off the phone. :(

I guess nothing puts a woman in her place like a tie?

OK, this Van Heusen guy has some real serious issues.

Women, don’t forget men are better! Except at home, where we need you to cook or else we would literally starve to death.

OMFG! Lady leave this man ASAP.






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Comments (4):

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gigantes 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
ah, the age of husband-fearing.
       
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izzimyfizzi 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Are there supposed to be photos here, or what?
       
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Fenrisulven 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Probably. Perhaps they gave those photos the weekend off.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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dang8521 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Now we know what era ree was raised in.
       














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