And with all those weenies around there, you and the houseboat surely wear the zip front briefs!?!
A zipper front brief is just an accident waiting to happen!
I remember the delved ham quite well, but I always used the Red Devil brand.Sad part is I remember all these ads, and the ones before them
I remember underwood deviled ham; hunt's sucks; zip-front briefs (easy open for those wild parties - WOO HOO); I like baby ruth bars over butterfinger bars.
I seem to remember deviled ham tasting like squished Vienna sausages, ick!Why, oh, why, would anyone put a zipper in briefs, let alone in the front? Those things are so skimpy even the little hole in the front (never used by my husband) would be unneeded. Maybe a woman invented it to get back at whoever (probably a man) came up with women's jumpsuits that you have to pull all the way down to pee! Nekkid in a public stall and not in the good way!
That "Men of Action brief zip" ad reminds me of the book I'm reading right now -- "Man About Town" by Mark Merlis. In it, a middle-aged gay man sets out to find the young male model in a similar ad that he had seen 30 years earlier as an adolescent, which had caused him to first realize that he was gay.
"Word of warning, white when wet, becomes transparent"Why don't you go model the white ones for us ...wet.
Mistress, would your junk fit threw that hole????
@brodes85 - I second this idea!
Please....i don't think he is getting his junk through that hole!!!
I love these old adverts!
I can remember the first nail polish my mother bought me was Cutex. Do they even still make it?
I just googled "cutex"; yes, still being made. sold at target.
I prefer my weenies with skin, if you don't mind.
What's the Weenie Witch got against skin?!? (Anyway, that's disgusting!)
If they brought back deviled tongue, would you try it?
Great set of vintage stuff.... I think you can still find skimpy briefs with the zipper front. I think you should model them for us!Hugs!
I remember Underwood deviled ham. I thought I was bougie for eating that instead of ramen in my college years.
Ah......a young Jane Wyman
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!