Holidays in the 60s: Spam Spread, Foil and Scary Dips

by MomGrind

I love these Christmas 1967 ads.

The dip may look obnoxious (how did they make it so FIRM?):

Christmas ad sixties dip


The idea that foil can beautify one’s home is hilarious:

Christmas decorations sixties


Serving Spam Spread as a holiday delicacy is wrong on so many levels:

Christmas ad spam


And no one in their right mind would use this sentence today: “16 colorful pages with new ideas for a gay holiday brunch”:

Holiday baking


But as always when looking at the past, it all looks so naive, innocent and sweet.

Photos were uploaded to Flickr under the Creative Commons license by Uh.. Bob. Thank you!

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