Thursday, September 24, 2009

Is that a NIPPLE in this 1937 ad for Simoniz?

(click ad, perv) Yes, this ad is from a 1937 issue of Life. And, yes, I think that is visible teat, though blurred a bit by the clear rain slicker. I'm greatly disappointed with the lack of double entendres in the boring copy, though (image via).
Previously in: racy retro advertising. Related: the Nipple Bra™.


Anonymous Nukegrrrl said...

Are the women below the boring copy supposed to be the wife and daughter of the man who is gently swabbing Simoniz onto his car beneath the towering, teaty lady?

8:59 PM  
Anonymous recycledsoul said...

They should have just printed,
"Simoniz Your Dick", and been done
with it.

10:53 AM  
Anonymous AREOLA said...

By incorporating religious symbolism into the mix, they were able to get away with it in 1937.

Who would object then to the model's beatific state of utmost bliss so reminiscent of the classic 'The Ecstasy of St. Theresa'.

Nipple be damned!!!

8:08 PM  

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