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These vintage tobacco-related ads and many others can be found at Stanford School of Medicine.
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These ads are ALL sorts of wrong!
26 March 2009 at 07:18 PM
o.O What does a muzzled cocker spaniel and a delivery guy with a bushel fruit basket have in common with a pack of cigarettes??
01 April 2009 at 05:33 PM
I think the idea is that the "naturally mild" tobacco doesn't really need the "extra protection" of extra length, any more than a cocker spaniel puppy needs the "extra protection" of a muzzle. Aww, look, our cigarettes are no more harmful than a cute little puppy.
Personally I liked the Camel ad, with its suggestion that cigarette smoking was not only not dangerous, but was actually good for you.
Cactus Wren |
12 April 2009 at 10:48 PM
It looks like the kids in pajamas have stolen their dad's lighter and are about to burn the house down. Wow.
27 April 2009 at 04:55 PM
These old ads are hilarious.
e cigarette |
09 February 2010 at 08:33 PM
I find a lot of the ads above to be funny because it was a way to convince people that smoking was good for you. For example, your nerves needing rest, and by doing that you should smoke.
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11 August 2012 at 01:49 AM
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