Follies of the Madmen #563

Obviously whatever this gal was cooking smelled so hideous that she needed to conceal the odors.

     Posted By: Paul - Mon May 01, 2023
     Category: Domestic | Food | Advertising | 1960s | Smells and Odors

Given the opening with the husband puffing on a cigarette, I think the stench comes from elsewhere.
Posted by ges on 05/01/23 at 08:52 PM
Of course in the 60's the smell of cigarettes was ubiquitous. About the only place one didn't smell them was in church, and even then most men smelled of them. I remember my dad smoking in the grocery store, hardware stores, etc.
Posted by Brewvet on 05/02/23 at 05:55 AM
In the '70s students and teachers smoked in my college classes. The most affected (and the stinkiest) smoked Gauloises. One of my professors used to bum cigarettes off his students. In the '80s, I worked in a small office with a guy who chain smoked unfiltered Camels.
Posted by ges on 05/02/23 at 10:23 PM
In the early 1970s, in one of the main lecture halls, smokers congregated in the back left corner. Always a haze of smoke, and not all of it tobacco.
Posted by Phideaux on 05/03/23 at 11:14 AM
I remember smoking in doctor office waiting rooms in the 70's. One of those doctors, while I was seeing him later on, in the 90's, made a ...'big stink'... about my smoking (In general that is, I wasn't smoking right then.)
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 05/05/23 at 01:36 PM
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