Calling all Men… STRIP-TEASE NECKTIE That Glows in the Dark (Oct, 1947)

Calling all Men… STRIP-TEASE NECKTIE That Glows in the Dark

“She loses her clothes as she glows in the dark”

Astounding new STRIPTEASE NECKTIE is the latest rage from coast to coast! Spectacular new novelty tie creation for men who demand the distinctive and unusual! Brings gasps of sheer wonder, thrilling admiration the first time you wear it! By day, smart, handsome tie that is unrivalled for sheer beauty and extravagant good looks, by night a glorious goddess of light revealed for all to see! She loses her clothes as she glows in the dark! A glorious, gleaming blonde beauty revealed in daring pose in the briefest of costumes, mysterious and magnificent! Write today and if you don’t agree this outstanding new necktie sensation is the most exciting tie you’ve ever seen—it costs you absolutely nothing.

SEND NO MONEY- Special Introductory Offer Send your name and address, receive startling new Strip-Tease Necktie by return mail. Pay postman just $1.64 (3 for $4.79) plus postage and keep 10 days. If in that time you aren’t thrilled and delighted, return for money back without question!

Write to GLOW IN THE DARK TIE CO., DEPT. 452-S
215 N. MICHIGAN AVE., CHICAGO 1, ILL.

11 comments
  1. Kosher Ham says: January 27, 201112:33 pm

    You would get a sexual harassment suit if you wore that tie to work.

  2. Richard says: January 27, 201112:52 pm

    When I read the part “By day, smart handsome tie …”, I thought that the “daytime” version of the tie didn’t have either depiction of a woman on it at all.

  3. Charlene says: January 27, 20112:18 pm

    I don’t know about sexual harassment laws, but that thing breaks every law of good taste that’s ever been written.

  4. Mike says: January 27, 20114:13 pm

    “Astounding”

    Kosher… there once was a time where people didn’t get offended at everything.

  5. Charlene says: January 27, 20115:28 pm

    You mean that there was a time when people were belittled, ridiculed, abused, and blackmailed into pretending that something patently offensive was A-OK.

  6. Grinder says: January 27, 20117:44 pm

    People who would be offended by something like this tie deserve to be ridiculed. I find todays political correctness to be really offensive.

  7. Tom says: January 27, 20117:59 pm

    Frankly, what people call “political correctness” nowadays is what my parents and teachers called “good manners.”

  8. Scott B. says: January 28, 201110:14 am

    Is it possible for me to agree with everything everyone has written on this thread?

  9. Kosher Ham says: January 28, 201111:37 am

    Definitely everyone had good points. It’s probably best to take the high road and use good manners. In these days, being a good diplomat helps too.

    Definition of Diplomacy: The equivalent of saying, “Nice Doggy,” until you can get a stone to throw at it.

  10. Myles says: January 28, 20111:51 pm

    I am intrigued by the 2.7% discount offered if you buy three. If they are pratically going to give them away like that you can keep one, and sell the other two for a tidy profit.

  11. Anton says: January 30, 20115:41 am

    Alice said,”Ralph, ‘Stop staring at that ridiculous tie and come to bed!’”

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