House and Garden magazine, 1961 (Copyranter):
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luke — February 11, 2010
...brush my teeth with a bottle of jack...
Deaf Indian Muslim Anarchist — February 11, 2010
HAHAHAHAHAAHAAAA!!! THIS IS NASTY!!!
CLM — February 11, 2010
"Night before feeling on the morning after." That does not sound pleasant at all!
TheophileEscargot — February 11, 2010
Tempting! 6 proof is only 3% alcohol though, about the same as weak beer. So you wouldn't get drunk on just a toothbrush-full.
Anittah Patrick — February 11, 2010
Chicken; egg. Is this advertisement social construction, or a market _response_ to an _existing_ construct?
John Lang — February 11, 2010
I can't help but think this would sell well if marketed today.
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Eve — February 11, 2010
Well, considering the sterilizing effects of alcohol, this would probably work. It's why they put booze in mouthwash, after all.
jt — February 11, 2010
I guess he was telling the truth after all.
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RtedC — February 11, 2010
For Real! My grandfather had this on his bathroom sink!!! I can only tell you that that stuff really stunk of Booze. I never tried it myself!!
wolfdaddy — February 11, 2010
whiskey tooth paste take my mind!
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesh — February 12, 2010
But what if I only use it on the mornings that I feel like P. Diddy?!
Craig — February 12, 2010
This is old news...See above
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req uired — February 12, 2010
this used to be sold thru the johnson smith company. don't think they are still around.
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