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>> No.14164123

Reported for advertising.

>> No.14164125

What about them? I'll answer any questions you have.
t. advertising/marketing professional

>> No.14164137
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No questions, we just like looking at ads

>> No.14164139

If we have any questions on how to use a coloring book we’ll let you know

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>> No.14164209

do you do digital? if so, what gets a pair of eyeballs to want to eat? do you just try to get ad slots around lunchtime?

>> No.14164212

You do realize that the advertising/marketing industry literally constructs your wants and desires, right? The United States government and ever political campaign in our country hires an advertising agency.

>> No.14164226

"impressions" are important when it comes to food advertisements, which just means the amount of times a person is exposed to a certain ad concept ( in this case, a specific food item or restaraunt). If someone sees 10 Burger King Ads, through different media mediums, and only 5 McDonald's ads, during that same time frame, they will likely visit Burger King.

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>> No.14164417
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People actually used to put ketchup on steak? I thought that was a joke.

>> No.14164442
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Holy shit, this writing.

"Its color is a flame. Its flavor is a victory."

>> No.14164456
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Standards have risen since then, evidently.

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>> No.14164475
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"The wiener the world awaited."

>> No.14164485
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Something about this one is just... off.

>> No.14164501
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There appears to be a zombie sitting at that table.

>> No.14164515
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"... just as Italian children might be eating it near Rome."

>> No.14164532
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Hahaha this guy.

>> No.14164545
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Because when I think cream of mushroom...

>> No.14164552

Yeah I read that in such a sarcastic tone

>> No.14164563
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I'd never heard of "Ched-O-Bit".

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"as they make it at a pizzeria in Naples"

We sure were gullible, weren't we?

>> No.14164605
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.... "conference fag"?

>> No.14164622

To be entirely fair, Naples pizza fucking sucks.

>> No.14164647
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I'm gonna go ahead and guess that they don't use pineapple vinegar anymore.

>> No.14165299

These are brilliant. Post more.

>> No.14165405

When SPAM is too Bourgeois.

>> No.14165416

Short for "fatigue," maybe?

>> No.14165472

I was more concerned about the A-1 in tomato juice

>> No.14165535

>The wiener the world awaited

This was in the newspaper when my birth was announced. BBQ sauce is extra

>> No.14165572

No. It's for Furry, poetry and homosexual conventions. Effectively the same thing

>> No.14165652

No McDs hamburger has ever looked that good

>> No.14165677

When you're getting fagged you just need a bit of a kip and you'll be right chipper.

>> No.14165693

holy shit I remember that

>> No.14165853
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>Wow anon, all you buy is single serving premade meals, you must be so popular!

>> No.14165920

I dont think this is true though. In n Out never advertises while BK, Mc Donalds and Wendy's are relentless with advertising. In n Out is always 5 times busier than any of those places at any hour

>> No.14165929

This ad is actually from the UK

>> No.14167395

There was never anything better than Colt 45.

>> No.14167526
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"Guys, if you want to stick around, we have some canned pasta."

>> No.14167529
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This ad becomes a hell of a lot funnier if you think he's making fun of her

This face is knowingly patronizing.

>> No.14167530
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Did anyone ever serve beans like this?

>> No.14167536

Who is the vintage semen demon ?

>> No.14167540
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I don't think I've ever seen a "German-style" frozen dinner.

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Whoever knew canned fruit juice was so glamorous?

>> No.14167548

>Serve with equal amounts of evaporated milk


>> No.14167549

>fresh young hothouse mushrooms

>> No.14167551
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Wait... nuts used to be cheap?

>> No.14167554
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I'm sorry but this brand name makes me laugh every time.

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That girl sure is attractive.

>> No.14167564
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Some of you may recognize this classic.

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>Wilson logo
>Roasted Mor Dinner
>Wilson's Mor Pork meats
>when using MOR beef
>That's wilson's Mor
>versatile MOR
>Wilson's MOR saves money too
>Get several cans of wilson's MOR
>You can't beat a Wilson canned Meat (lmfao)
>Wilson & Co Logo with 2 MOR logos (Also with the Wilson logo visible)
>The Wilson Label Protects your Table

I'm beginning to think repitition might be part of advertising or something.

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Another absolute classic.

>> No.14167582
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can't stop thinking about them beans

>> No.14167596

>rick and morty interdimensional cable . jpg

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>> No.14167619

Did Norman Rockwell was a paidofile?

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>> No.14167626

actually kinda based

>> No.14167642
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Hell, I'd try any of these.

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hard pass on the velveeta & shrimp on rice for me

>> No.14167668

mmmmmm.... dat pre-1985 fatter Whopper.
Before you ask, the modern Whopper is flatter, and wider than the Whopper of my youth.

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Greta no!

>> No.14167692
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What a poor looking pizza.
So sad.

>> No.14167699
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More nasty looking Chef Boy-Ar-Dee stuff.

>> No.14167708
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>Whoever knew canned fruit juice was so glamorous?
I bought some pineapple juice, gonna get some pussy tonight for sure!

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dem evil eyes

>> No.14167729

>actually kinda based
It is.
It's missing kraut dogs, and Chicago dogs though.

>> No.14167731

I’d like to have her for lunch

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>hard pass on the velveeta & shrimp on rice for me
Sounds good to me.

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>> No.14167759

Yes, my parents served this to me as a child as a dish called "Wiener Bean Bake."

The only difference was the hot dogs were cut up into bite-sized pieces and it was not served in Spode Blue Italian like the advertisement.

The dish was edible, and tasted fine, but I am not going to be passing the recipe onto my kids. It is essentially the result if you made an entree of baked ham, cumberland sauce, and beans and they all mixed together on the plate.

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I love these little guys.

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>> No.14167833

At least you still had to make the dough from scratch. One can only imagine how horrible it would be if they managed to get premade dough working during that era...

>> No.14167869

lel I understand why anglos are so fat seeing how they simply ignored vegetables in essential food groups

>> No.14167873

I dont remember Arby's looking like that, and i was born in the 1970s

>> No.14167923

>blatantly phallic looking pizza frank
Was this some 80s subliminal advertising or was it meant to appeal just to me?

>> No.14167925

Americans were doomed from the beginning, the horror! the horror!

>> No.14167947

Just add a little vodka and you have a bloody mary... kinda

>> No.14168066
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I think the "health craze" forced Arby's to change their recipe using thinner,leaner cuts of roast beef. Also the Roy Rogers sign is remarkably similar to the Arby's sign, did RR get bought out & repurposed?

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Here's Arby's in 85' saying their food is healthy.

>> No.14168350
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Are TV ads allowed?

>> No.14168391

>You can’t stop here!
Fuck you then Arby’s, I’ll go to Hardee’s

>> No.14168629

This brings back memories. My sister loved the Mexican style dinner so much. Eventually they replaced the sauce with some kind of a coconut pudding that was really, really good. Happier times.

>> No.14168684
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Movie advertising needs it's own thread.
I like them

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I love Shuwa-chan's ads.

>> No.14168916

that olive slice single-handedly bringing back all the boomer food threads

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>> No.14168946

Copywriting is a hell of a dead industry.

>> No.14168957

Is the product name stuck in your head? Then yeah

>> No.14168991

In Australia they do

>> No.14169001

This is the downie cousin of the aristocrat Cassoulet

>> No.14169032

that's insane. you'd think they were talking about rubies or something

>> No.14169076

they're very far removed

>> No.14169281

fried bologna peanut butter and mayo sandwiches are fucking good

>> No.14169337

The American cousin, 3 times removed

>> No.14169368

>I'm 1/256th French mon frère

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>> No.14169567

Why isn't advertising like this anymore? Its so corporate but feels so sincere at the same time.

>> No.14169649

Consumers are to lazy to read all that.
And expensive wasteful food is the norm these days, most of these ads are focused on stretching your food dollars.

>> No.14169652
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Would you eat this?

>> No.14169664
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Oh my.

>> No.14169668
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God, I'd forgotten all about Hostess Fruit Pies. Feels like it's been ages since I saw them in any store.

>> No.14169684

True, true. Frugality and still being quality is not the norm these days.

>> No.14169704

Good enough for Feature Man? Good enough for me. Throw in a can of generic Kroger biscuits and wash it down with root beer.

>> No.14169707

they knew what they were doing

>> No.14169724

I do..

>> No.14169740

wow, shameless

>> No.14169762

>"aristocrat" tomatoes

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You reminded me of what I was going to post but forgot about hours ago, thanks for bringing it up

>> No.14169773

haha I remember those. honestly when I was a kid those ads worked on me

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>> No.14170110

>used to
Trump orders his cooked way past well done with ketchup.

>> No.14170120

Honestly though, loved just making a can of either of those as a meal way back..

>> No.14170224

>Still the standard for a cheesesteak

>> No.14170226

>a thread openly celebrating and memorializing propaganda
gay as fuck

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>> No.14170292

Seeing these it suddenly makes sense why Americans are so brainwashed by corporate media and marketing
That's some cult manthra shit

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I got some pretty good ad's too OP

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one of my favorites to post here

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fuckin loaded potato bites?
they probably don't have these but they don't look bad

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their stupid glove mascot

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no wonder he's so smug

>> No.14170355

it says 1967

>> No.14170358

Newfags leave.

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>> No.14170381

I love you

>> No.14170386

>Yes Sir!

>> No.14170393

I've never seen the full ad before.

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>> No.14170414

You should make a webm of this if you have the video.

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Oh, I don't know how to make webms without using a converting site plus it was from a recording that's like 3 hours long. I have a ton of VHS recordings, so I'd have to hunt for it for awhile.
I will look into it though cause webm's are much better for this sort of thing.

>> No.14170452

>Sometimes you feel like a nut
>Some times you don't

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Now it's H. Jon Benjamin.

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I forgot about that shit.

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>> No.14170581

How can I get money by shilling your product on redit and 4chan,?

>> No.14170600

These actually sound great

>> No.14170606

Sounds like something an alien in a different dimension is disappointed to have for dinnet

>> No.14170621

Is that an entire fucking uncooked tomato on a piece of toast with American cheese melted on top?

>> No.14170625

>Recipe is literally under it

>> No.14170645

That maple walnut cake actually looks decent

>> No.14170665

Someday that's going to be a package of soy sauce in my can of bugs and rice

>> No.14170685

That's fucking aunt myrna party salad Jesus Christ you found the source it has the lemon jello and everything

>> No.14170695

How the fuck do you pronounce that?

>> No.14170701

If you're a tourist. Gotta go provolone or at least American.

>> No.14170730

chess-uh-peek pudding

>> No.14170783

Where are you from?

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>> No.14170949

If an add is like 40 years old and is for a 40 year old product....

Is it really advertising anymore? Whatever product they were selling has been long gone by now. I have some bad news to tell anyone who thinks a 2020 Whopper is anything like a 1970's whopper lmao.

>> No.14170955

I guess you don't like tomato bisque then?

>> No.14170969

What is "Aristocrat Cassoulet?"
I've had cassoulet my Italian mother-in-law makes for New Year's Dinner, and it has no beans.

>> No.14170973

I bet that Pineapple Vinegar was fucking bitchin' for Hawaii recipes.

>> No.14170994

This is legit something you'd see on a Tasty or Delish add with the little overhead camera.

Guess some parts of advertising haven't changed very much in 50 years.

>> No.14171001

Have you ever even met an American in person?

>> No.14171006

Holy shit, were 1970's Taco Bells' employee uniforms literally just some Pueblo Villagers outfit?

Haha goddamn.

>> No.14171011

Damn, I thought Sprite trying/wanting to be a black person drink was a more recent thing.

They started that shit a while ago apparently.

>> No.14171021

I forgot about this.

Were they trying to ripoff Hamburger Helper's mascot?

It's pretty blatantly similar.

>> No.14171031

Oh fuck I remember this! This is around the time where they really started moving their recipes/adds from the 90's to the 2000's era.

I fucked up their awesome fry recipe :(

This is also when they changed their buns (for the worse). But the sourdough bun they used as a gimmick for a while after this was pretty good.

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The Arby's near my house looks like this.

>> No.14171169

What's for tea darling?

>> No.14171227

darling, I said what's for for tea?

>> No.14171478

Old Americas fetishism for Native American "culture" will always be fascinating to me.

>> No.14171493

>seven wieners
>serves four

>> No.14171520

>tfw no superlative vinegar

>> No.14171526

When i was a kid, i always dipped cube steak in ketchup. Cube steak with ketchup, brown rice, red beans and sugar water, yup.

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who here flamethrower?
it's still on the menu

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>> No.14171719


My buddy and I would make little "movies" back when you had to pack an entire VCR attached to a gigantic camera on your back. He'd riff on all the shit in my mom's pantry.
"Pork and beans! Pork and beans! Good for your whole body..."

>> No.14171726
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When my folks would go out for the night, this was my baby-sitter + TV. Boy am I an American.
I loved them, though.

>> No.14171740

We've got walnut trees and can't keep up with them. Got all these sacks of plastic mesh filled with black walnuts and can't keep up with them. They are a bit of an invasive species but produce a lot without any fuss but they compete with other surrounding trees like apple and such.

>> No.14171752

Is that back fat?
I remember a guy who lived in NYC who was over a hundred years old and when asked what his secret was, he replied that every day his diet consisted of toast with back fat and a bottle of Thunderbird.

I miss those trading card recipes. You could store them rolodex-style or in a shoe box.

>> No.14171764

I wonder what Andy Warhol would think of this.

>> No.14171768

lol at the war bonds

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>> No.14171778

this is a cool thread

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>> No.14171786

ask for it at the fresh meat counter

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>> No.14171809


marketing really is a trip
all this effort spent on successfully convincing people to pay more for an inferior product

>> No.14171849

That sounds good & probably tastes great. I do stuff similar to that but it's horrible for your health.

>> No.14171914

Hate those fucking ads
IrnBru is shite
Im proud to say as a scot we out buy coke and are the only nation to do so
but man, at what cost?

>> No.14171941

The DQ in my hometown did awesome pork tenderloin sandwiches way back in the '80s. Do locally-tuned DQs even exist anymore?

>> No.14171953

Glad to be of help.
I honestly kept it because it seemed so odd.
Tomato and vinegar in Jello? Whaaaat?

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After reviewing this entire thread, I am sad to announce that I have reported it to the JIDF and ADL for potential racism.

Shocking lack of diversity, it's exclusionary to PoC. Sorry. But it's the law.

>> No.14172212

i found the southerner.
NC or TN?

>> No.14172289

it's funny and interesting to look at old advertising. It's not like we are posting modern ads

>> No.14172325

I like how these old ads all explicitly tell you to go buy a bunch. nowadays they are more subtle but these are like "go buy 20 of these things they're awesome"

>> No.14172806

And now, Yakko Warner tries to sell you Frings.

>> No.14172887
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Why would anyone buy just eight slices of cheese at a time?

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"Macaroni" used to be noodles?

>> No.14173115

Reported for announcing a report

>> No.14173472

I would. I rarely use sliced cheese and when I buy more than 15 some of them go bad.

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Announcing that you reported a report is against the rules too.

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>> No.14173535

I remember when the kids at school would have those in their lunch bags. Was so jealous. My mom finally relented and I got some, finally.
I don't remember those hero ads, though.
I'm sure the ingredients were crap but man, they did taste good!

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>> No.14174367

OK, it's obvious Kraft was just throwing random ideas at the wall, and that >>14169649 is a retard.

>> No.14174458

This actually might not be so bad if you put it on sweet potatoes or yams.

>> No.14174482

Yeah, macaroni was Italian for pasta, like gravy was italian for sauce

>> No.14174742

get several cans

>> No.14175126

Thanks, Anon. I was trying to remember the jingle and lyrics and your post made that happen.

>> No.14175152

Did each fucking walnut shell really have a fucking diamond logo on it? Technically unachievable.

>> No.14175369

I have
t. german

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Fucking Americans

>> No.14175816

there's something comfy about ads from the '80s/'90s

>> No.14175903

i imagine this was a time when ketchup was ubiquitous but worcestershire sauce hard to find

>> No.14175905

all i know is i could really go of a nice tin of wilson's mor right about now

>> No.14175908

no thanks, i prefer neapolitan beef-a-roni

>> No.14175910

that mom is hot af

>> No.14175913

pineapple vinegar seems like a product ripe for an artisanal repackaging

>> No.14175916

same but we called it franks and beans casserole

>> No.14175924

when you're trying to sell food it's hard to beat pictures of delicious looking food tbqh

>> No.14175927

this picture makes more sense when you remember how much dexedrine office workers were pounding back in the day

>> No.14175930

the one on the right is jerking off the one on the left

>> No.14175931

roy rogers still exists as a separate chain

>> No.14175933

mounds is a very sexual thing to name a candy bar, is it?

>> No.14175935

No. It's a rudimentary word.

>> No.14175941

>sounds like "mount"
>pubic mound
>interior is white like semen
>you put it in your mouth
not a coincidence anon

>> No.14175946

Is this another instance of brainlets watering down a term with a specific meaning?

>> No.14175969

I'm saving this, I have many uses for it

>> No.14176058
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I remember those times when the Whopper was actually the best burger in town. It was even better than all the other local joints (except for home BBQ, of course).
The world has moved on and now they don't come close to what was.

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Because Americans back in the 50s and 60s were more literate than people in the modern US, sad but true.

>> No.14176129

Implying that "cheese" goes bad.

>> No.14176148

The "sow trough" is just ...wow.
I guess as an American I need to snort, wallow and roll in this rich stuff. I'll put it on my credit card.

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please rise for the national anthem

>> No.14176164

lol, I will bet that is true

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No advertising here, just pure factual information.

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>> No.14176195

an animated photo of florida?

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I think it's in New York actually

>> No.14176222

Through research advertising companies discovered that appealing to emotions and instincts has a stronger motivating effect than appealing to reason. "Rational" arguments were much more common in old advertising because companies assumed that trying to appear smart was the key to convincing people. Now that they know better it's all about trying to sear a strong impression in your mind as fast as possible.

>> No.14176241

haahaha fuck natural fruit you could be eating piles of sugar

>> No.14176263

What was the deal with this era and these weirdass jello "salads"? Like what was so specifically appealling about them back then?

>> No.14176271

The eternal /chup/

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Right? It's fucking amazing

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gimmie a break

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gimme a break of dat KIT KAT BAR

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The colours in these old adverts are always horrendous. Like some teenager who has just discovered the saturation slider in Photoshop and now fancies himself an artist.
How could they think it looked good? No hotdog should ever be a shade of red that hurts your eyes.

>> No.14176310

god dammit she is cruising for a bruising

>> No.14176323

Nice try, Boyardee shill, but the 40% can does actually contain more product despite being the same size.
The liquid is simply more compressed.

>> No.14176373

I could never get those open

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>> No.14176443

It's always Bean-time USA

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>> No.14176494

These have never been funny.

>> No.14176519

I kinda chuckled at "memorable" tiger beefs

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> glucose helps calm edgy nerves
Certainly not yours, if you are feeding sugar solution to your kids.

>> No.14176799

reporting every post in this thread for illegal content.

>> No.14176806

Don't blame the image for youm've no soul.

>> No.14176857

"Now that you're on the team, eat it. ...or ELSE! ...BOY."

>> No.14176875

This ad is awesome on so many levels. I wish more adverts in the papers were more like this again because then I'd actually read them.

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>were more literate than people in the modern US
You're an idiot.

>> No.14177006

>How the sugar industry made America fat

>> No.14177012

Just about any small-town freeway offramp looks like that.

>> No.14177019

Well, aspics are still around in Europe, but in general it was because they were trying to create as many different possible recipes as they could to give people more reason to keep buying the product.

>> No.14177079

Obviously funded by the C.I.A.
I mean, who else would be promoting the selling / purchasing of crack?
On the streets, crack sells just fine on its own, man.

>> No.14177110

Back then they didn't have as many color options that were cheap and looked good on the kind of paper they used, and even then these ads looks good, I don't know what are you complaining about.

>> No.14177113


>saved that image because I'm sure I could use it in a Lord of the Rings thread

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For anybody that actually still gets a newspaper, those ARE funny. The stuff that goes on the ad-inserts in asinine.

>> No.14177185

>declining rate after 1979
This is worrisome in itself.

>> No.14177189

>glucose-based drink
>not calling it Glucosade
Man, fuck this company.

>> No.14177194

I think that's true with America, as well. After the 2nd World War those recipes hit hard in the Bible Belt where there were weekly pot-luck get togethers, luncheons, parties, etc... Those were mostly church-based events.
But like >>14177019 said,
>"to create as many different possible recipes as they could to give people more reason to keep buying the product."

Church functions became some kind of competitive sport for housewives. Aspics were easy.

I've never come across a good one. Just seemed gross. If I were starving I guess I would love it. Nah, Lime Jell-O is about as far as I go with that stuff.

It's weird because I always considered aspic stuff as a dessert and not a "dish". But some people go crazy with what they can do with the suspension of beef and veggies in Jell-O. It get's pretty nasty and yet... Strangely curious.

Like that "Bodies" exhibit.

>> No.14177205

I agree. Even though they were just limited to technology and stuff for what was going on with publishing, there was more of a mass market for paper print so nobody in their right mind would sacrifice distribution in lieu of a "limited edition" newspaper. That's just silly. Also for some reason, I agree, those ads just look good.
My eye wanders to them, so they work for whatever reason.

>> No.14177213

Rounding error.

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I know, right?
I don't care what you read, just LEARN how to read. It can be Tolkien's Silmarillian or it could be the daily newspaper, just something besides Go Dog Go! or Cat in the Hat.

Crack hit the fan? AIDS? I dunno... Iran Contra stuff. Politics got televised with a twist of more propaganda and commercials?

I remember watching an interview "on-the-street-style" segment on the news where some lady goes, "When MY man wins the lottery he gonna take ME out to da Red Blobster! Mmm Hmm."

Language is transitory.

>> No.14177245

The g's were silent back then.
And they had their own schools.

>> No.14177261

lmao that burning flag looks homemade. Imagine hating a country so much that you made their flag just to burn it.

>> No.14177282

That's when we really started seeing the effects of the 1965 Immigration Act, as well as the targeted destruction of the black community started by LBJ.

>> No.14177324

There's no point in US history where any attempt of the black community to gain prosperity wasn't punished by white violence and legal suppression.

>> No.14177374

Read about pre-civil war free states. There was no segregation, there was no "black community" there were just people. Sure there was some discrimination, but neighborhoods and businesses were integrated, and freedmen owned businesses. The idea of the "black community" is a product of post-war democrat policies.

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I can never un-see that part, now.
Thanks for that.
I guess.


>> No.14177419
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You can see it now with the government relief programs. The New Deal got passed because the South wouldn't let the black folk get subsidies but it passed when the terminology got changed to "farmers" and "hospitality" being excluded which at the time, those occupations were populated by black people (maids, field workers). That never changed in the nomenclature so today's farmers and hotel workers don't get any stimulus checks like the nail salon workers do. Or big-box stores, for that matter.
This is a U.S. thing, so never mind.

>> No.14177437

Right, what happened in the South was that they saw the poor white and black former indentures uniting in their low status, so a concerted effort to make blacks a "sub-human" class of people who could only be property (and by extension, socially lower than all whites) to keep that unity from happening. And without Lincoln in charge, a lot of shitty policies were implemented by Andrew Johnson.

Talking about it as if the Democratic party is still guilty is intentionally ignoring the huge shifts that resulted from Barry Goldwater's loss as the last openly racist candidate (until Trump), and how all of the racist Southern Democrats fled the party after LBJ turned it into the "party of civil rights." Nixon (Republican) started the War on Drugs not because the drugs were bad, but because it was a "clean" way to attack his political enemies, specifically blacks and the anti-war left.

>> No.14177453

5 points says you're wrong

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the only brainlet here is you

>> No.14177472

There was only ever one recorded republican switching because of the decision. Modern democrats still see african americans as beneath them, as demonstrated by their insistence that without special programs, privileges, and favors, they'd never match up to european and asian americans.

LBJ was no saint, and had very unfavorable views against african americans, and the war on drugs was only strengthened by clinton. Also, as many catastrophic character defects as trump has, racist isn't one of them. Citing the lowest unemployment numbers for a racial minority as one of his greatest achievements is the last thing I'd expect an overt racist to do.

You are more than welcome to keep your imaginary internet points.

>> No.14177476

>There was only ever one recorded republican switching because of the decision. Modern democrats still see african americans as beneath them, as demonstrated by their insistence that without special programs, privileges, and favors, they'd never match up to european and asian americans.
Stop lying.

>> No.14177477

>Pond Kings
>Apple Himmlers
Who wouldn't buy these?

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>> No.14177538
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The actual photo was taken in Breezewood, Pennsylvania.

It has changed a lot, though.
>Denny's is now closed
>the Exxon next to the Denny's is also closed
>Petro:2 is replaced by Flying J
>the two Shell gas station signs behind Denny's are no longer there, but there is a Shell gas station nearby (not pictured; it's located across the street from the Perkin's sign)
>Fat Jimmy's Outfitters (a bicycle shop) is now closed
>Quizno's Sub is replaced by Subplicity
>the Starbucks sign is now all green & white, no black except for the text that reads "Drive Thru"
>Pizza Hut changed its roof color from red to black
>Sunoco updated their logo to the current version
>Subway now uses the 2002-2016 logo
>Subway also shares its signpost with Dunkin' Donuts
>the building with the "GIFTS & SOUVENIRS" sign actually goes by two names: Crawfords Museum, and Black & Gold Headquarters
>next to the smaller "Souvenirs & Gift Shop" sign, they now have a sign advertising that sell Pittsburgh Steelers/Penguins merchandise
>the Gateway Conference Center is now called the Forbes Road Conference Center
>Holiday Inn Express still exists, and uses their current logo
>Taco Bell is closed, but it looks like they updated to the second-newest logo/restaurant design before they closed
>the Exxon next to the Taco Bell closed & moved closer to the bridge
>KFC is closed
>the area around the KFC is called the Gateway Plaza; they have Homestyle Express, Papi's Pizza, Arby's, Dunkin' Donuts, Baskin Robbins, and a general store

>> No.14177541

Feel free to provide evidence to the contrary

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Oh my, that lip bite says it all.

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>> No.14177623

>There was only ever one recorded republican switching because of the decision
>Lists only one democrat politician switching sides
>Doesn't actually provide any evidences that modern democrats aren't exceptionally racist

>> No.14177943

Apple Himmlers for sure!
Pond Kings, I'm not so sure because I'm not a fan of fishies but, I mean, for three bucks a pound? C'mon, I would bet there are some good fish'n'chips in there, somewhere.

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>> No.14178270

2 slices on a sandwich per day, lunch at a restaurant on friday, lunch at home on the weekend, buy 8 more slices at the grocer on sunday, start the week over on Monday.

>> No.14178288

>"...and you'll love the healthy vitamins and minerals they get from the natural goodness of nature's potato, the Potato."
Whoever wrote this was drunk off their ads.

>> No.14179024

You realize that most of them just retired or left politics, as new politicians who would have been Democrats in the past became Republicans instead, right? You can't be this stupid, can you?

>> No.14179043

>he said, without evidence

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