Fun fact: The earliest known cigar is from an image on a 10th century Mayan pot. So if cavemen smoked cigars, they probably used their caves as humidors, but this is purely speculation on my part.
Another fun fact: It’s also highly unlikely cavemen ever used clubs.
Trivia: A skilled male cigar roller is called a torcedor.
Trivia: “Close, but no cigar.” Its origin comes from being screwed over by a carnie. As for “Give that man a cigar,” same place but with a happy ending.
“She’s right behind me, isn’t she.”
Hey, kitten. There’s a lot going on in this 1964 comic book anti-smoking PSA by DC Comics.
Smoking is for Squares! 1964 DC Comic Book PSA from an issue of Tales of the Unexpected
I’m still not quite sure why Paulette Breen suddenly turns into a 53-year-old truck stop waitress in the fifth panel. Probably from all the pointing. Continue reading
For those of you who still believe that corporations always have the best interests of Americans in mind, here’s a nice little something from 1984.
(cough) (cough) Bullshit! (cough) (cough)
1974 magazine ad for Winchester
Looks like several of the gals weren’t willing to ruin their hairdos for a guy with a little cigar.
Oh well, at least the balls are big. Continue reading