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Sorry Animal readers, this week my mind’s deeply in the gutter that runs between a woman’s breasts. But how could it not be, after ogling these astonishingly sexist Tiparillo ads from the 70s—when even club soda was sex. While your eyes can’t help but wander to the ladies’ gaping top openings, it is the copy that is truly embarrassing. Take the inappropriately-dressed dental hygienist and her phallic instrument, left: …”If she’s a bit of a kook, she’ll take it. If not, she’ll be flattered that you thought she was a bit of a kook…” Yes, nothing’s more flattering than being thought of as an absolute idiot. And then there’s our chilly violinist…her face says no, but her, uh, nakedness says yes. She’s ready to play, “no strings attached.” Jump for the third ad in the Tiparillo=penis campaign featuring a busty lab technician who’s “programmed and ready.”


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Related: the Green Spot Dicknic.

|Images: flickr/Innuendo In Advertising|