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This 1971 ad for a correspondence school suggests moms finish high school so they can stop embarrassing their children.
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1970s mom-shaming ad
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High school diploma = speak better? Not that I've noticed. And why do they limit you to office skills? What if mom wants to be a marine biologist? ;)
03 September 2013 at 01:59 PM
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