It's time once again to explore the world of 1960's advertising and you know what that means? Yep, sexism, poorly-thought-out food combinations and sculptured carpeting. Breathe it in folks. It always goes down smooth.
A Charlie Brown Christmas was making it's 3rd annual showing in 1968. Here in 2015, we just celebrated its 50th.
That's right, ladies. If your man's a wuss, it's your own fault.
I thought the juxtaposition of these two ads was interesting. Prim 1950's housewife meets mod and sexy '60's woman.
Seriously. Would you be able to tell if that carpet was dirty anyway?
The sickening world of appliance bondage.
Don't ruffle the Neatniks. You wouldn't like them when they're ruffled.
I can't imagine a 5-foot paper Santa lasted through the season.
Hot peaches and bacon?! What will they think of next?!
I'm really glad they didn't take the anatomy part of this too far.
The yum-yum wreath. Hang it on your front door and drive away unwanted holiday visitors.
Santa's predicament here could end badly.
"Guacamle-Ole!"? More like "Guacamole - No way!"
The Hors d'oevres were an instant success. The outfit was not.
Let's take a close-up look at some of this Helen Gallagher-Foster house joy.
I'm thinking no child will want this wild-eyed owl with the gaping maw as a friend at night or any time.
You could use this clown flashlight to scare away the wild-eyed owl with the gaping maw.
I actually found this Blinking Christmas Tree at a garage sale years ago. It still works. Pretty good for 88 cents.
I don't find this ending realistic.