Warning #9 on my new hair straightener:

Never use while sleeping.

No wonder I look like an old hag


Text above:

Him: "Gosh, honey, you seem to thrive on cooking, cleaning and dusting – and I’m all tuckered out by closing time. What’s the answer?"

Her: "Vitamins, Darling! I always get my vitamins."

As far as I can tell, Pep is a cereal made by Kellogg’s.

I know Zoloft doesn’t make me look cute, sassy and peppy. I’ll have to hunt around and give this a try.

Even old stale Pep’s gotta be better than no Pep at all.

Fo’ Realz! – Mornidine

mornidine mock

This made a lot of dentists very very wealthy


What the ad says:

Why we have the youngest customers in the business
This young man is 11 months old — and he isn’t our youngest customer by any means.

For 7-Up is so pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it. Look at the back of a 7-Up bottle. Notice that all our ingredients are listed. (That isn’t required of soft drinks, you know — but we’re proud to do it and we think you’re pleased that we do.)

By the way, Mom, when it comes to toddlers — if they like to be coaxed to drink their milk, try this: Add 7-Up to the milk in equal parts, pouring the 7-Up gently into the milk. It’s a wholesome combination — and it works! Make 7-Up your family drink.

You like it… it likes you!


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(yes, this is a real ad, however, I did add the first line to it… you know, the one about mama’s breasts. Just to be clear; so the 7-up lawyers don’t come after my millions and millions and bajallions of dollars.)

If this ad is true, I have to wonder what’s in that cigarette

Welcome to Fo’ Realz?, my spot to highlight ads from the past that reflect the fact that we’ll believe just about anything.

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