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Apparently A Wife’s Looks Are Dependent on How Hard She Works


Kellogg’s is the biggest name in cereal, but back in 1932, they were totally backwards when it came to promoting their vitamin-rich cereals. In this ad, they show the wife fully dressed with heels and all, topped with an apron and a feather duster to complete her look! But it’s really their caption that’s the winner here, claiming that “So the harder a wife works, the cuter she looks!” What Kellogg’s Pep was basically saying was that eating a bowl of their cereal will not only make a woman a super wife, but she’ll look cute while doing it too. Nuts!