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1948 October RyKrisp ad Nobody loves a fat girl, says the ad from an October 1948 Seventeen magazine.
Tags: 1948,  RyKrisp,  snack  food,  advertisement,  Seventeen  magazine,  illustration,  Jan  Balet,  teens,  diets,  football 
Added: 27th October 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
Posted by: AngoraSox on 2011-10-27 
Remember this Halloween, just say no to fattening extras and fill those trick or treat bags with bone dry tastes like rock hard paper crackers! ;-)
The real extra in this ad is that the illustration was done by a very funny illustrator who did lots of work for Seventeen magazine, Jan Balet (1913 to 2009). He was a famous German/US-American painter, graphic artist and illustrator. Affected by the style 'naive art', he worked particularly as a graphic artist and as an illustrator of children's books...he painted pictures in the style of naive art. Referred to as a nave painter, his works exhibit a dry wit and refreshingly candid, satirical view of life.
Posted by: AngoraSox on 2011-10-31 
Luv those old timey football helmets!
Posted by: eric1957 on 2011-11-26 
Today the skinny girl would be considered anorexic and the fat girl obese.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2011-11-26 
Notice the title of the ad ends with a question mark. However, the text of the ad seems to indicate the answer is yes.
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