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The preferred whiskey of old men who put on ties to go fishing.
(And if they're just fishing, what goes on in that tent?)
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Posted at 06:29 AM in Advertising from the 1930s, Inadvertently Hysterical Vintage Advertising , Vintage Advertising to Men, Vintage Beer, Wine and Spirits Advertising | Permalink
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Thank God they're not hunting with loaded rifles!!! Wheeeee!
24 January 2011 at 01:36 AM
I think grandpa just came to the woods to drink. Where is your fish grandpa? "I'm telling you pops, you've got to at least bring a fishing pole next time or grandma will suspect for sure."
24 January 2011 at 01:40 AM
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