Anyone who likes vintage has seen their fair share of pinups. I mean, hello. But at this point, it's usually the same old, same old. Pretty girl, in a cheesecake pose, in different states of undress, perhaps with a theme. Today, I'm sharing a few articles from a Peek Quarterly, summer 1942. While a lot of the same applies, there's something a bit different about these. The "themes" are quirkier, and instead of just a photo, you get the added bonus of the hilarious(ly misogynistic*) commentary - what else would you expect? It's terrible and funny, at the same time. (... My favorite.)
*You should pay special attention to the "Blackout" story, and how it ends on a "is it justified to smack your wife?" query. *headdesk*
And we're off!
What did you guys think? Are these just the same ol same ol? Which is your favorite? Dead Eyed Judy Jons is certainly my favorite (uhh... the last photo? Ha!) The hiccups are a close second - obviously because I want to steal their clothes & shoes for myself. *shrug*