Antiques Roadshow, NSFW edition


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/11/04/antiques-roadshow-nsfw-editio.html


#2

Yes, but did he find them in his father’s sock drawer?


#3

I have to admit…those are some ingenious’y interactive magazines.


#4

I just collect them for the articles.


#5

On the US side of the pond we weren’t allowed to play with anything like that as children either.


#6

Do you know, suh, how veddy few of these we find without the pages stuck togetheh…


#7

Clever editing, that.

And yeah, comment on their pristine condition, then go ham-fistedly poking and throwing them about.

The few magazines I had as a teen were carefully treasured. I would have kept them under glass if I could.


#8

Not so sure camera lenses looked like that back in the late '30s. Well done! Quite the find! Can’t wait 'til they get to my classic Fleshlight collection–it’s sure to go for hundreds, even thousands!


#9

your move, US version.


#10

Thank you. I took it at face value until I read your comment. Now it’s funny instead of britcentric.


#11

Scratch and Sniff Centerfold inside. I can’t even.


#12

Oh man, this is going to turn something I like into something I don’t like, isn’t it.


#13

@ 1:19 - “BBBZZZRRRRRT But it’s not even, it’s only cars, I’m not even arou BBBZZZZRTTTT God DAMN these Electric Sex Pants”.


#14

Give me
Your dirty love
Like some tacky little pamphlet
In your daddy’s bottom drawer


#15

Damn! Now I wish my mother hadn’t thrown all mine away.


#16

The women’s version has a pop-up centerfold


#17

Nothing in that magazine was from the late 30s


#18

Not being at all sarcastic here, I LOVE that commenters on BBS waste no opportunity to make dick jokes.


#19

Granddad got his copy off a dead Nazi at Burglefloozenschiesse, but it was like Issue #12 or whatever.


#20

Oof with this stuff. I’ll keep to my occasional attic finds of depression glass thank you.