We've unearthed some of the more comical adverts that were regularly placed in the nation's national newspapers or glossy magazines, all of which hoped to persuade shoppers to part with their hard-earned cash.A tan, blond moustache and a pair of curtains...although this ad fails to notice that the man in the photo isn't actually 'dark', the ad brains behind it are clearly convinced it will sell more Dubonnet, a wine-based aperitif Like a time capsule from the era, the fashions are perfectly preserved; the men generally seem to be sporting thick moustaches (that many a modern-day hipster might covert) and almost always on their arm is an attractive lady, usually not wearing a great deal.The below selection of swimming team slogans will keep inspiration high during competition seasons. These slogans have been popularized around the sport and are meant to encourage you. THOUSANDS of people who shared an image of the unfortunate slogan of a "new" Bury charity shop have found the joke’s on them – the picture was actually taken in August 2005.The RSPCA shop at The Rock became an internet sensation on Twitter and Facebook for its "Helping Bury Animals" strapline, but the facade was changed just a month after the store opened.
Swimming: the only sport that you can wear less than a cheerleader and look better. There’s enough water in the pool already, so quit crying and swim To swim or not to swim?
However, children between the ages of 1 and 4 have the highest drowning rates.
Injuries resulting from swimming are the result of near drownings that can cause lifelong injuries and permanent brain damage.
While the woman in question is wearing a low-cut top, it's the man in the image that really steals the show; he's wearing a checked shirt with very pointy collar and on top of it a jumper with a pattern that might induce a headache.
The look is topped off with a pair of cream trousers, complete with perfectly pressed creases.