Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | May 05, 2010 7:00 PM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment, The Movement Tags: female stereotypes, vintage ads, vintage women, women in advertising
The two stages of the toaster-gasm - intense arousal and fireworks! - are after the jump.
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Ah, such innocent times...
the rectilinear version of the "orb". be careful around those sharp corners! i think toastmaster was a bit ahead of the curve, woody allen and wilhelm reich, too, with this new (at the time) "device" of theirs. Man Ray. . . eat your heart out.
You can't even stick a thick, lovely bagel in those toasters. Some women settle for anything.
Now I know why lesbians get a toaster for every conversion!
I've never had a toaster... Wow, after seeing this, I think I'll get one fast! (or is it only for girls???) :)~
I do the same thing with a new Cuisinart.
The first thing I thought was OUCH! Thanks for the smiles this morning!!!
I got a get me one of those! Little did the 60s banks know what they were starting when they gave them away with each new account!
I'd actually love one of those. I don't think I've ever seen a toaster out in these parts.
Alex, here are the 220 volt Euro toasters. Quelles superbes! http://www.toastercentral.com/220volt.htm