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01 October 2013

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Becky

Hello! I stumbled unto your blog via your vintage recipe blog. Both are awesome! I remember seeing an ad in my older sister's Teen magazine that was pitching Tampax to the "beltless, pinless, fussiless generation!" I couldn't IMAGINE what the heck might have required belts and pins to begin with!!! I'm bookmarking your blogs AND sharing them with my sisters!!!

The Animated Woman

This artwork really brings me back....you might even say it's a period piece.

Paula Zargaj-Reynolds

Hahahahahaha!

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