Friday, July 11, 2014

Soothing Serax

What a wonderful advertisement. The image is fantastic. Geared to the therapist, look at that poor woman. Don't you want to help her??? She looks sad. Her hand is at her mouth possibly nibbling on nails. She has a lot of housework. The demands of motherhood are too much. She is a prisoner of her situation. Just look at those bars. You can't set her free, but you can get her high.


peterike said...

If we only had a sensible immigration policy that didn't discriminate and keep people out of our country, this woman could afford domestic help to do her housework for her.

And when is that ad from? 1955? Since when do they depict white women as domestic laborers? Though she does have a hint of Hispanic-ness in her.

Son of Brock Landers said...

My guess on ad date is 70s. She looks like your average white married mom.

Big Bill said...

No, she could never "afford domestic help to do her housework for her".

With open borders she could pay maybe 25% of the cost of her "domestic help" and would dump the rest of the cost on us taxpayers to pay.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of something from THX 1138. A dystopian cult classic from the early 1970s. It is the first film by George Lucas.