Funny Of The Week/They Don’t Make ’em Like They Used To Part Eight

This series of Funny of the Week is one of nostalgia, taking a trip back in time to newspaper ads of old. Though, you wouldn’t see any ads like these now. It just shows how times have moved on and certainly for the better. If you missed part one, click here. Here are parts two , three, four, five, six and seven. Number eight is every bit as shocking as its predecessors…

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6 Responses to Funny Of The Week/They Don’t Make ’em Like They Used To Part Eight

  1. Helen says:

    Chins, teeth… This still happens to children, you know (orthodontically). It’s just not advertised.

  2. Steve says:

    The woman is trying to pull one over on us 🙂

  3. dear ester have a wonderful christmas we have all children home, so can relax i have just reached the climax of my book could you edit for me, and can you give an idea of the cost, so far theres fifty nine pages i expect it to reach up to two hundred pages, heres my details 29 square gambetta 11000 carcassone france tel 0033468724264, vivs mobile 0643403967, when you think its finished i wont to start next its called tom johnsons flowers from babylon, i hope the new year brings you health and happyness we both send you waves of good fortune, my grand daughter just called me pappie, shes only one.         > Message du 19/12/17 15:35> De : “esthernewtonblog” > A : griffiths.robert@orange.fr> Copie à : > Objet : [New post] Funny Of The Week/They Don’t Make ’em Like They Used To Part Eight> >WordPress.com

    esthernewton posted: “This series of Funny of the Week is one of nostalgia, taking a trip back in time to newspaper ads of old. Though, you wouldn’t see any ads like these now. It just shows how times have moved on and certainly for the better. If you missed part one, click he”

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