It’s no secret that advertising played a big part in making Halloween the $8 billion dollar industry it is today, but, did you ever see some of those vintage Halloween ads and say, what were they thinking? Here’s a few I really just had to question:
Cuz nothing says shoe polish like a scantily clad witch on Halloween. Is there even enough shoe to polish there? Is she supposed to ignore the creeper behind her just cuz he’s got nicely polished shoes? Did you even notice this was an ad for shoe polish?
Do tots buy more candy from sexy witches? Do sexy witches sell more candy to tots? Do moms need to be a sexy witch to hand out candy to tots? What is the message here?
Number one rule in advertising, know your audience, candy is for kids, but mommy does the buying, with daddy’s money, and daddies like sexy witches.
The health benefits play second fiddle to scaring off men with bad breath.
Ah, the good ole days when drinking carbonated sugary drinks made us skinny!
Coca-cola bringing the world together, very closely, like super close, too close, why are they so damn close?!
This is no brainer, we should carve pumpkins in our undies cuz our dresses might get dirty!