Gloria Brame, Ph.D.

Your New Inflatable Friend: Strange Advertising

Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | August 17, 2010 4:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: bizarre products, funny ad, inflatable female doll

OK. Is this supposed to be the doll? Or is this the lonely woman who ordered a doll for company? Because, seriously, I don't think an inflatable doll you get for $10 would actually look like that, no matter how many life-like wigs you buy for her. Call me cynical. Or, perhaps, call the advertisers crooked. Yeah.

Check it out after the jump.


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"...a human-like softness and feel that will amaze you and your friends..."

I'm trying to visualize that scene, with the doll, and me, and my friends. The mind boggles.

What do you mean? Mine looks just like those pictures.

Um, yeah. Those crazy sex dolls still don't look that real - let alone in the 60s!

gregorybrown | August 18, 2010 9:34 AM

Of course, live people didn't necessarily look real in the 60s. My high school yearbooks prove that.

Even the clothes on that model would have to cost much more than $10.