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Early 1900s

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  1. falconx7 reblogged this from greatgrottu and added:
    Our great grand parents were assholes
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    A Scrap-Book for “Homely Women” Only. Ouch! Early 1900s (via weirdvintage)
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    toilet hints
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    sick.
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    oh my god. they bleached their skin??? gross
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    oh look its me.
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    WOW!!!!
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    Omg!
  29. wishiwasedruscha reblogged this from weirdvintage and added:
    When you think about it, the message in ads hasn’t changed too much since the 1900s