Buzz·Posted on 27 Oct 201422 Vintage Adverts That Would Be Banned TodayIf you're ever in need of an advertising slogan, Men Love Fannies is a good place to start.by Patrick SmithBuzzFeed News Reporter, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. This 1973 lingerie store catalogue tells it like it is. Flickr: hollywoodplace 2. These Asthma Cigarettes are not recommended for children under six. tobacco.stanford.edu 3. Playboy lifestyle ruined by diarrhea? This is the product for you. rsvlts.com / Via pinterest.com 4. This ad, from Life magazine, 1956, promotes clothes for "chubby girls". Life magazine / Via historybyzim.com 5. "Chubby" clothing ads – featuring children who look entirely normal – continued until at least the 1970s. boredomcrusher.blogspot.co.uk Poor Tracy. 6. This extreme vision of a bad hair day is from Charles Antell, a hair products manufacturer. Flickr: 47607517@N04 7. This anti-malaria medicine which also makes you fat hails from late 19th-century America. pinterest.com 8. "Gay" had a slightly different meaning in the 1950s. pinterest.com heylookitswhatshisface.tumblr.com 9. This 1970s men's clothing brand offered 23 ways to avoid getting married. glorioustrash.blogspot.co.uk / Via buzzfeed.com 10. And let's not forget this ad from the same people. imgur.com 11. This studtastic advert for jeans. tumblr.com / Via sliptalk.com 12. Cocaine for children? What could possibly go wrong? Twitter: @alanmkirby 13. This not-at-all-creepy 1991 ad for Johnnie Walker whisky. pzrservices.typepad.com 14. This mid-1990s advert for the Sega Megadrive. Twitter: @salllyanne 15. And this, for the Sega Game Gear. imgur.com 16. This ad for the Neo Geo console from the 1990s is slightly NSFW. Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal imgur.com / Via 8-bitcentral.com 17. This Marlboro ad uses cute babies to advertise cigarettes, because why not? imgur.com 18. If you're Lucky Strike though, you go for Santa Claus. tobacco.stanford.edu 19. Having trouble parenting? TRY SOME BEER. Flickr: didbygraham / Creative commons 20. This ad for Love's Baby Soft beauty products from the 1980s is all kinds of wrong. longstreet.typepad.com 21. Er, no thanks. retrospace.tumblr.com 22. And if in doubt, try some Old Dick chocolate. pinterest.com Update: This is a fake! Here you can see the original, non-offensive Old Nick, candy bar from 1948.