I have found estate sales can provide a better glimpse into past cultural and societal viewpoints than any history book can hope to offer. I found these "Chuckle-Naps" in the basement bar of a sale recently. Full of sexism, stereotypes, semi-bawdy limericks, puns and downright awful rhymes, I'm sure they weren't meant to be taken too seriously. The fact that they were preserved unused is probably a good indication they were given as a gag gift rather than bought to be used with company. These probably date from the early to mid 1960's. Enjoy, and if you find your mirth provoked and yourself chuckling, it's okay -- I did too.