This morning, Hasbro launched a new campaign called Save Your Token that allows Monopoly fans to choose which of the classic game tokens should be retired. The battleship, thimble, iron, top hat, wheelbarrow, Scottie dog, racer and shoe are all up for elimination, many of which have been part of the game since the 1930s. Hasbro is also encouraging fans to pick a new token (a robot, a helicopter, a guitar, a ring or a cat… No Ekster?) that will replace the empty slot. According to USA Today, a limited edition Monopoly set featuring all of the classic tokens as well as the five prototypes will be released in Target stores mid-February…
Ah, 70s men’s fashion.
That piece of wood could be thicker.
Read the copy for a good guffaw.
Is that Thrush header muffler a phallic symbol? (Yes.) Is that the Grim Reapress? (I don’t know.) And is the Donny Osmond doppelgänger wearing a flame-retardant drag racing suit or some terrible ’70s outfit? (I don’t know.)
She’s holding a phallic symbol, two oranges, and a carton of white fluid. Any questions?
It’s a Dicknic!
Sometimes, a wine sack is a sack.
Let me squeeze it for you, babe.
Texas International airlines is no longer around.
Where there’s smoke, there’s penis.
1954. Lipstick by Freud.
Well, just the tip.
You may sniff my pipe, doll.
O My GOD.
Related: here are 13 modern phallic ads.
Japanese communications company NTT docomo celebrates its 20th anniversary with an exhibition showcasing the evolution of mobile phone culture starting from 1987 to the present day. the extensive chronological display of cell phones on view at tokyo designers’ week, offered a visual documentation of the progress made in terms of size, shape, form, color and materials used in the design of today’s mobile devices:
Alas we could not restrain ourselves from eating all Friesland Campina’s delicious cheese before we even started the photo shoot…
Today the result got published.