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Vintage Ads – Diet

Gingervating? Is that slang for removing one’s soul? This kid truly is creepy, I mean I’ve never seen anyone enjoy soda quite like that.

 A few more ads for hump day… these featuring consumables

Pre tic tacs

 I really want to know where to get these. My roommate came home with some pez the other day, and she immediately thought to give it to me. I remember when those were collectibles with like Disney, Muppets, or Looney Tune characters.

Part of this balanced breakfast

 Bacon flavored pop-tarts have a future…

Salt or goiter? Salt, please!

For some reason this makes me think of the sketch by Eddie Izzard, Cake or Death.

What did they start with???

 I don’t really know if you can call it meat.

That’s why they’re happy! Now I know. And knowing is half the battle.

Haven’t been able to track down whether or not there was an actual council for lard information. Lard and butter is better than margarine and vegetable shortening (crisco) though.

Because driving burns lots of calories

 Dude, why did we stop calling it motoring and start terming it driving.

“Dextrose, the sugar your body uses directly for energy” – Wonder if they also used things like high fructose corn syrup and partially hydrogenated oils that are not as friendly as dextrose.

No hunny, you’re not a complete failure

Liquid calorie diet, FTW! He must have been a frat boy.

Any old school foods, beverages, or dietary things that you can think of or want to share is always greatly welcomed.

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