1/27/10

Twisted Impressions #3: Cordless Vibrator.... (ahem) I mean, Massager



Yes, this massager (wink. wink. nudge. nudge.) is perfect for soothing those aching muscles. Its "deep" "penetrating"  action (could they be less subtle?) is sure to provide relief from poor circulation and nervous fatigue.  The massager measures seven inches long about the length of a penis and is safe and sanitary. As an added bonus, the massager can be used with oils and creams (nudge).  Order now, and we'll ship it to you in a plain wrapper so that your mailman won't know you just ordered a vibrator for your convenience.

(the advertisement is from a magazine published in the 1950's)

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.... for massages, of course.


14 comments:

  1. Boy, what a job: 1950's copy writer for sex toys that are not sex toys but health aids to prevent you from getting pyorrhea in 1950's sexually repressed society.

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  2. I wonder what a retro ad for a blow up doll would be like?

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  3. ha ha those are funny ads, who would've thought vibrators were even invented back then

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  4. These remind me very much of the "Rejuvenator" episode of Mad Men during season 1.

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  5. I wonder how many men bought a dozen at that cut-rate price...

    The finger one is just creepy.
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    Barbara
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  6. Of course you'd use the Vibra-Finger on your gums. If you used the cordless Massager Vibrator it's "unbreakable plastic" construction would chip your teeth.
    The Vibra-Finger would make a great gift. Much more useful then a Water Pick.

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  7. We got some mail order catalog one time that had a vibrator like this one. The woman was using it on her arm and it was called a "massager" but I think it was clear what it really was.

    What magazines ran these ads? Have you heard about the book "Technology of Orgasm"? Talks about how vibrators were invented before electricity.

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  8. so, with so few electrical outlets [pun intended a little] in a '50s house, how close did a lady have to be - assuming the cord is short [another nasty pun] to the wall when reaching new heights?

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  9. I should mention, the mail order catalog I was talking about had stuff like suitcases and TV antennas and such, not "adult" mail order stuff! And I would think a topic like this would have the Commie Spam eaters all over you.

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  10. My grandmother still gets those magazine. And yeah they are chock full of strange (sometimes usefull) household crap. I think the magazine name is Harriet Carter.

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  11. I think I sent a cooment here but looks like it did not go through :( Know you're moderating comments because of Chinese spammers but think something happened. Anyway, I do not think I can comment twice in day about vibrators and feel good about myself later :)

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  12. Listen up! I was born in 67. My parents were far from repressed!the same exact rubber finger "attatchment"(along with many other odd things) shown above resided in a special locked trunk in their bedroom for years and years. I'm betting they probably still have it. The finger attachment was extremely soft rubber and didn't look nearly as detailed as the picture posted. My sister and I figured that locked trunk out shortly after it was placed in the bedroom. The giant padlock was like a flashing neon OPEN ME sign to a couple of latchkey kids with mischeif on their minds...anyway...

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  13. RayGunNoeyApril 22, 2010

    I most certatinly saw the vibrating rubber finger on an episode from season one of Gomer Pyle, USMC! The family was creeped out for a while...but we pretended it was perfectly "quirky."

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  14. The vibrator with the finger is SICK... whoever invented it... you're a genius!

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