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This is different from most VS ads of the day. I love the idea of a tool kit as a premium even if the tools look a bit cheap. I like the overall tone of the ad, too. Some of it may seem condescending today, but I'm sure it seemed empowering then.
28 November 2011 at 11:17 PM
LOL! Is that a passive way to say that you are ugly and you should hide your face in a construction site?
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06 December 2011 at 02:35 PM
It seems strange to see these sort of ads now. It just goes to show how times and attitudes have changed.
nigel @ Panasonic bread maker |
27 March 2012 at 09:38 AM
Virginia Slims are much narrower (23mm circumference) than ordinary cigarettes (hence, "Slims"), and are also longer than normal "king-sized" cigarettes (which are 85mm), sold only in longer 100mm and 120mm lengths, to give the cigarettes a more "elegant" appearance and ostensibly to reduce the amount of smoke they produce. They are also sold in "Superslims", "light," "ultra-light," and menthol varieties.
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14 April 2012 at 09:28 AM
Cheryl is looking good. Wish I had gotten my wife a tool kit before she quit long-a-go.
A. Lynch |
21 May 2012 at 06:55 PM
Cool website buddy I am gona suggest this to all my list of contacts.
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19 July 2012 at 02:44 AM
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