I haven’t blogged in a couple of weeks.  Not because I haven’t had anything to say.  But maybe because there has been too much to say.  Does that make sense?  Probably not.  Let me just say that life has been a 120mph rollercoaster lately.  Nothing bad.  Actually good things.  Just very busy.

Anyway, so let me get back into te swing of blogging.  And share with you all something I found online.  This is a 1970 ad from Subaru.  Read the whole thing.  Almost reads like something out of a romance novel.  Uh,…  at least I imagine it would be like this…

I know most people out there are disgusted with it.  But I think it’s pretty damned funny!  It’s amazing how different things were in the 70s.  Maybe I find it amusing because of how politically incorrect I am to begin with.  Who knows.

If any females out there are truly offended by this ad, maybe you should ask yourself this:  Are you a spirited woman?  And do you yearn to be tamed?

-Dave Q.

5 Responses to “Sexist Subaru Ad”

  • I am offended…by the BAD WRITING!! LOL!! “As you grab a hold of her rack…” LMAO!! Classic!

    Oh and, “She costs so little to make you happy…”

    There are no words.

  • oops misquoted. “She costs so little to keep happy…” I suppose this was before the oil crisis?

  • Kari:

    “Surrounding yourself with the lushness of her interior…”???

    Im blushing.

  • HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!! I laughed so hard at this. “Lushness of her interior.” “Turn her on.” “Take hold of her rack.” “Peaks to the red line of her tach.”

    This is oustanding.

  • Cassie:

    I think I am actually a little turned on especially by the word quadrozontal . . . Is that weird?

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