Dallas native.
Biding my time.
Feed me sushi.
Eh.
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Back in the ’70s and ’80s, Australia got the same custom van fad we got here in America and the same terrible ads trying to cash in on the craze. This ad tells the story of when Mr. All-Denim-Everything failed to woo a disinterested lady at a campfire, then retired to his van to read a nudie mag. (via The Ten Most Awkward Official Car Photos Ever Taken)

I don’t remember this in 80s Australia… Maybe we were too classy. ;)
But still. Yuck!

intimesgonebyblog:

Back in the ’70s and ’80s, Australia got the same custom van fad we got here in America and the same terrible ads trying to cash in on the craze. This ad tells the story of when Mr. All-Denim-Everything failed to woo a disinterested lady at a campfire, then retired to his van to read a nudie mag. (via The Ten Most Awkward Official Car Photos Ever Taken)

I don’t remember this in 80s Australia… Maybe we were too classy. ;)

But still. Yuck!