1950s, Advertising, Culture, Fun, Funny, History, Humor, Nature, Nostalgia, Photography, Pics, Vintage

Chevro-Lay On Top Of Me Because That’s Normal

I guess I don’t get the artistic vision of this ad. To me, I see a car unable to simply cross a shallow stream, a driver who has abandoned his vehicle, and a half-naked woman pressed against the windshield, foot whimsically in the air, brick at her side.

Of course, that’s sexist. SHE could have very well been the driver when the LSD kicked in. She drove right into a creek. She took her clothes off. She got on top of the car to get a better view of the melting dancing hippos inside. But the brick? I don’t get it.

July 1959, Bel Air 2 door sedan
Advertising, Art, Culture, Humor, Travel

Cow Or Camo?


Yes, it’s ugly as sin, but it still beats the daylights out of those damn omnipresent swooshes.  I HATE swooshes!  Swooshes belong on Nikes, not recreational vehicles.  I had fully intended to prepare an entire dissertation on this scourge, but dangit–somebody already did.  To see examples of other hideous RVs such as this one decorated by drunk Zorro,


visit: http://2penniesworth.com/2010/08/30/the-good-the-bad-the-ugly-rv-graphics/.  Nothing says gas-guzzling cross-country road trip like some ugly decals.  This is a travesty!