11 thoughts on “Pass the Jim Beam…

  1. There isn’t enough Jim Beam in the world to make my lips want to touch any of theirs..that was a 1919 poster for prohibition Annie, how it ever past with that as an advertisement I’ll never know. Made a heck of a point to allow the consumption alcohol πŸ˜‰

    Hey Ger,
    Yeah you do have to wonder, huh? Well all I can say is it is the power of political action groups, eh? Gives one pause, doncha think?


  2. FOR SURE – heck the poor fellows would need a
    good swig of something to touch those lips!


    Yeah and some serious drugs too I think. πŸ˜‰


  3. Those ladies have such sour looks on their faces! they probably didn’t even believe in kissing period, let alone drunk kissing- which can be fabulous when it’s not sloppy.

    Although, sometimes i can get with sloppy. πŸ˜‰

    i appreciate the activism, but i often wonder why they had to be so frickin bitter about it?

    LOL chica,
    I can’t imagine that they were ever into kissing to begin with. Brings to mind the mail order bride days, doesn’t it?

    Yeah a little drunken kissing can rawk. hehe

    They were probably bitter because they knew nobody wanted to kiss them. πŸ˜† Just a guess…


  4. man, those women have some severe lips,

    maybe they are offering a friendly warning akin to the health messages you get on cigarette packets…

    Can you imagine that picture on a pack of cigarettes? That would put anyone off smoking. πŸ˜‰


  5. oh, this needs to be printed and framed and hung above our bar! love it! Next to the sign that says “If you’re drinking to forget, pls pay in advance.”

    LOL C,
    I love that one. Please pay in advance. You slay me. πŸ˜†


  6. Faces like that will never grace my house. But if I get a horde of mice I might could use it to scare ’em off.

    Or even…burgulars, eh? πŸ˜†


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