If you are looking for a good laugh, check out these incredibly deceptive retro ads. Each one tried to convince us that junk food was good for our bodies and health.
We're scratching our heads thinking of everything advertisers got away with. For instance, one ad tries hard to get moms to feed cola to their infant children. Another touts the wholesomeness of hamburgers and fries, which were full of bread, milk, meat and potatoes - the four food groups at the time.
Obviously, these ads were untruthful but you'll get a kick out of them. Check them out below and let us know what you think in the comments section.
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