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  1. "Unfortunately, the trickiest deodorant problem a girl has isn't under her pretty little arms."

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  2. After all these years, is there any subject left on earth that calls for that half-whispered, half-ashamed "discreet" voice? And do we miss it?

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  3. She sounded more wasted than ashamed, as if Pristeen included qualuudes as an ingredient.

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  4. "It lets you feel fresh and it lasts a long time."
    While amongst imported cheeses. Naturally.

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  5. While everything else during that period contained amphetamines, Pristeen apparently used downers as it's main ingredient.

    A wise choice during the ERA movement.

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  6. I remember this commercial and how cringe inducing it was for a 15 year old homo. But at the same time how much I wanted to move to San Francisco because they openly talked about progressive things like feminine hygine.

    How the fuck do you spell hygine because that doesn't look right?!

    BrianB

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    1. Wait a minute!

      I just saw my avatar is Mitzi Gaynor in "The Critics Rave!" I stayed at the Mitzi Gaynor room at the Inn at the Pines in NYC several years ago!

      Imagine waking up to a poster of "We're Not Married" staring you in the face and turning to the trick next to you and saying, "Don't get any ideas!"

      BrianB

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    2. Brian, why does this not surprise me?

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  7. I adored Dorthy Provine's Feminique commercials that appeared at the dinner hour.They gave the Fillet of Sole an extra bouquet.

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  8. I think it's not just random that they're discussing this hygiene problem over a counter full of smelly cheeses.

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