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Printing ads like the ones below, complete with their preposterous female stereotypes, would be unspeakable these days, and I, for one, am very thankful for that.Hazlenuts were used as a wartime substitue for cocoa, which was in short supply.The 1950s – a time well before the sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s, when sexism was not only tolerated, it was expected and actively encouraged, partly through chauvinistic print ads like the ones we explore below.An advert so cheesy and badly dubbed that many thought it was an elaborate spoof. No, the Italian company was deadly serious that these chocolates really were the epitome of "exquisite taste" and worthy to be carried around on a tray by a footman at an ambassador's reception.More than 20 years after it first aired on television (1993), people still at dinner parties insist on trotting out the line -- in a cod French accent: "Monsieur, with these Rocher you are really spoiling us", if anyone brings out a box of the chocolates.

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