27 Hilarious and Accidentally Dirty Vintage Advertisements

You know how sometimes it’s easy to feel like our societies’ collective morality has completely gone down the drain? Just browse through a catalog or glance up at a billboard and you will find a gorgeous person selling something, most likely seductively while in a state of partial undress. The truth is sex sells in our culture, even when it comes to basic household goods. But has it always been that way? Do you ever wonder what it was like back in the days when most ads were colorful drawings featuring fully-clothed cartoons? Good news for you because we are about to show you. The bad news is that as you look through these “accidentally” dirt vintage advertisements, you’ll realize pretty fast that most of the old advertising wasn’t quite as innocent as you might have assumed.

While some of the ads you’ll see here seem a little less accidental than others, many are packed with plausibly deniable and unintentional innuendos so brazen they’d make even the most liberal consumer blush. You should consider yourself warned upfront: these dirty vintage advertisements are not for those that lack a sense of humor… or anyone who wants to enjoy eating a hot dog again.

If you are ready to take an innuendo-packed trip down memory lane, this group of hilarious advertisements is just what you need! Here, you’ll find a collection of hysterical ads so seemingly dirty they’ll have your faith in modern humanity restored in no time!

Kiss My Grapefruits Censor Board!

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AlphaX is a C level executive and unconventional philanderer who specializes in self development, human behavior, and seduction. He has been a writer for,, as well as having been interviewed for Double Your Dating Interview Series by David DeAngelo, on the Advanced Dating Techniques DVD as well as the Cliff’s List DVD series.

He currently offers training and practical advice for attracting women at Politically Incorrect Publications.

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