Yet another view of Hazel Taylor (Ann Dixon) by Harrison Marks on the Chinese garden set. A delicious view of her figure as she kneels posing in the garden showing off her figure and bush 🙂
After my earlier post of a lunchbox this print seemed like an appropriate follow up! An original 5 by 3½ promotional print of Hazel Taylor offering up a box of crisps for your delight. To be honest when I first saw it I recognised Hazel, but thought it was a box of cereal she was holding, then I realized it was crisps! That’s one hell of a large box of ready salted crisps and I didn’t realize that they came in big boxes like that back in the 60’s? That would definitely not fit in the lunchbox from earlier 🙂
Hazel has a great smile in this shot in her blue bra and I’d definitely go buy some crisps after seeing this, in fact it’s made me quite hungry, must be time for lunch!
As an unrelated aside Meredith & Drew made crisps and biscuits back in the 1960’s and were originally established in 1891. They had around five percent of the British crisps market by 1963 and produced biscuit favourites still around today such as shortcake, currant shortcake, Nice, Bourbon, custard cream and ginger nuts. I used to love ginger nuts! The full history on Meredith & Drew can be found here if your interested?
Finally, what other site gives you tits, history and education all in the same place 🙂