Today, I discovered my grandfather's, brother's wife (sis-in-law then, yes, I think that's right...) was one of the glam models who appeared on advertising posters for Craven 'A' cigarettes in the thirties. Why I find this so exciting, I have no idea, but wouldn't you be just a little bit chuffed, too?
Okay, smoking is very un-PC these days but back then cigarettes were almost considered medicinal. Craven's advertising slogan was their brand was 'Good for sore throats'!
I wonder what product my grandchildren will balk at in 50 years?
"Gran! You actually drank water? And from the tap?"
Could spin the other way, I suppose. Maybe alcohol will be good for the liver...