Little Ads - Magic compound cartooning.

Throughout World War II, all robot sailors were kept water tight with the help of Stay-Tite caulking compound. Further naval gains were made thanks to our whimsical spelling of the word "tite" at the battle of Midway. Ironically, the very robots protected by Stay-Tite products insisted that the spelling of "tite" did not compute.

Magic, apparently in liquid form, was the source of the wartime fad of wearing a loved one's face on random articles of clothing. Few innovative customers realized the same enchanted liquid could be used to print articles of clothing on your face.

The cartooning population suffered heavy losses in 1945 after many talented hopefuls misinterpreted the illustration in this ad. Many pens were rammed into many brains.


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