Bad Ads, cont.

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“Women are soft and gentle, but they hit things.” Like whoever was the sexist pig f***er who wrote this ad? Bet he didn’t get layed for the rest of whatever year this was.

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  1. I hope his “soft and gentle” woman “hit things” when she saw this bit of work.

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  2. SkinnyDennis says:

    Reminds me, when I met the woman that would become my wife, she drove one of those. The license plate was LUV732. No shit.

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  3. abo gato says:

    Hey, I learned to drive in a 68 Bug that was painted orange!

    Never hit anything in it either.

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  4. It’s fucker, not f***er, you f**k, don’t make me hit you like a woman.

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  5. Bruce388 says:

    Those cars were a lot of fun. You had to drive like hell to keep up with traffic, thereby releasing your inner Richard Petty. Saw a statement once that, if you put all the cars in the US end to end, somebody in a VW would try to pass them.

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  6. Dimitrios says:

    I drove VW Beetles for the first twenty years — two of them.*

    No car since has lasted more than four years.

    *License Plate: GIGO

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  7. SkinnyDennis says:

    Dimitrios
    Wow, I had a 1972 Hilux pickup from ’75 to ’95. And a ’95 Prelude for 295,000 miles. ’86 Taurus wagon from new for 10 years and 186k miles (that was outstanding for that car). That “LUV” bug we had was a ’68, as I recall, we sold it with about 75k on it. It took 2 months for the next owner to scatter the engine. You had to stay on top of them.

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  8. I know the guy who wrote this ad. He was actually referring to his wife, who had hit him the night before with an iron skillet.

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  9. Mountjoy says:

    The good news is your wife can “bump off the bumper”.

    I saw that in a movie once. Except she was banging on the hood…

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  10. Count Typo says:

    Nice to see some publicity about the things Hitler did, without the Obama reference for a change.

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