Friday, March 13, 2009

The original Real Doll from 1971. Deluxe model. Only $8.95.

(click ad to read the hard sell)
The Love Maid, life-like in every detail. I know what you're thinking Mr. Skeptical Consumer: 'After I open up the box and blow her up, this is what she'll look like.' You could not be more wrong, sir. What was that? Eh, no, these are not photos of the actual Love Maid, but they are photos of the actual live model from which the doll was fashioned. "Judy" —a product of "experimentation and brain-storming"(?)—feels smooth and "almost too human." And for a mere four dollars more, you'll receive the Love Maid's wardrobe, including "ultra-feminine sleep attire for the long warm night ahead." And friend? For an extra sensual experience, what don't you pick up a Love Rug, too? (via)

4 Comments:

Blogger Matt said...

I wonder if there's a warehouse somewhere in the Nevada desert full of crusty old dolls that were returned after the free 10-day trial period...

12:00 PM  
Blogger stephen k said...

Matt ... i couldn't get to the comment page fast enough to wonder about the guy in the mailroom who's job it was to open the return-mail with the used dolls in it ...

but you sort of beat me to it.

heh. whoever it is, i know he's either in an asylum right now, or living in an appliance box near the freeway overpass. or mebbe dead.

1:11 PM  
Blogger garrito said...

I think what I'm most amazed with is that the copywriter believed his demographic would understand "n'est pas".

2:06 PM  
Anonymous buzzwaffle said...

The deluxe model was $8.95.
She seems to have all the standard parts.
What downgrades does the economy model feature?

12:05 AM  

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