1,197: VINTAGE RAWHIDE KID AD OF THE DAY
I think the AD WRITER REALLY LIKED using CAPITAL LETTERS when composing this HAIR-RAISING COPY FROM THE DEPTHS!
Anyone want to take a guess as to which aquatic plant could be MISTAKEN FOR A THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD? Note how "botanical" and "biological" could EASILY FOOL a reader into thinking they're buying something other than SPOOKY SEAWEED!
Still, to prevent harm in case ACTUAL MONSTERS were shipped out, the ASPCM (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Monsters) managed to BAN THESE HORRORS in 1966.
Even if you don't have A MONSTER TO HAUNT YOU, have a fantastic CANADA DAY WEEKEND!
Source: Rawhide Kid #45, April 1965 - JB