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Not surprisingly, this ad ran in Playboy.
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Sultry 1962 ad for men's socks
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This ad made me think the woman was helping someone who was unable to put on his own socks. Goofy.
25 March 2011 at 09:30 AM
I reckon it's a pretty strange woman who finds a man's sweaty socks "sexy", I know it takes all types to make a world but...
26 March 2011 at 04:23 AM
The football game started with a massive kick to the opposing team, and a line of 250-pound plus men with murder in their eyes started charging after the poor slob who caught the ball. After a few seconds he was crushed by his pursuers, becoming the bottom man in a very scary adult male pig-pile. MLB players tend to be a little mellower and less physical, but all pro players in any sport need to be strong. Football players take steroids, baseball players get caught.
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30 March 2011 at 02:57 AM
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