The ads all featured the heads of two lovely ladies, sometimes floating. The starry, snowflakey background was also a common element, seemingly to emphasis “softness.”
ROASTING HOT DOGS
“No meat injections for us tonight, right Betty?”
Give me an “M” an “E” an “N” an “S” a “T” an “R” a “U”…
What are these two looking at, and saying “just perfect?” I have a guess.
“Are you rubbing?” “No. Are you chaffing?” “No.”
“We love archery without our beaus.”
Whitcomb definitely had a thing for blue eyes.
Tell that horny boyfriend of yours what it says in Leviticus: “Do not have sexual relations with a woman during her period of menstrual impurity…”
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