These are real, untouched advertisements from the good old days. It doesn't matter if it's lovely ladies or adorable clowns, somehow these old-time ad wizards found ways to traumatize us while peddling everyday products.
Enjoy them now, call your therapist later!
15. White Bread Demon
"Bread is swell, but what I'm really excited about is eating jelly made from the blood of the innocent!"
14. French Suicide Sausage
It's enough to make you want to eat Kosher forever.
13. A Girl Around The House
It's nice to have a girl around the house... especially if you are a psychopath serial killer who makes women into rugs!
Who needs self-esteem when you can have a free fashion book for chubbies? Also, proving that advertising weight representation has always been screwed up, the girl pictured is totally not chubby.
11. Christmas Weapons
The family that guns together, has funs together.
10. Eye patch. Shirt. Baby Tiger
9. Chase & Sandborn Spanking
She totally deserves it. Seriously, what kind of woman doesn't "store test" for fresher coffee?
8. Fry's Chocolate Nightmare
Nothing wants to make consumers buy chocolate more than 5 faces of a sickly kid looking 5 different shades of miserable.
7. Root Beer Baby!
Mama, please DO NOT give your baby another glass of Root Beer. It is clearly doing something horrible to him. He is terrifying.
6. Locked Out
You better wash out your privates with Lysol, or your husband will install cartoon locks on the door.
5. Pears Soap Disaster
"Pears Soap- now with such a soothing lather, you won't notice that your baby has gotten into a horrible accident!"
4. Postage Meter Murder
"Is it always illegal to kill a woman?" This is a truly important question and makes us want to buy a new postage meter.
3. Shave Yourself
The old man baby's gonna sing karaoke into a razor! Hooray!
2. Baby Soft
JonBenét Ramsey, eat your heart out. (Too soon?) This ad makes us want to scream, gouge out our eyes and then barf.
1. Chocolate Poulain
Drink that cocoa, or this clown will murder you in your sleep.
Originally posted on Retrocomedy.com, Weirdomatic, Livejournal & the fabulous Plan 59!
And a tip of the hat to: Jason Hendeles