1960s Tiparillo Ads Were Very, Very Chesty

It’s the Mad Men Sexist Ads of the Week. This week, six Tiparillo ads. Must read: the overt copy (the copy’s down a bit, guys) on all of these.

1. Census Takers. I count…nevermind.

2. Shybrarian.

3. Typo! It’s a question, not a statement. First thing I noticed.

4. “She’s programmed. And she’s ready.”

5. “NO STRINGS ATTACHED.”

6. “She’ll be flattered that you thought she was a bit of a kook.”

Every Wednesday until the end of the season, I’ll post a madly sexist ad from the 1960s.

For all the Med Men sexists ads, go here.

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