The True and (Mostly) Untold Story of America’s #1 Teenager
In the days before cable TV, DVDs, and video games, no summer vacation was complete without at least one afternoon (and probably many more) spent leisurely going through a stack of Archie Comics. Yes, they were just fictional characters, but in those days it seemed like Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie and the rest were as close to us as the actual kids we went to school with.
His misadventures have been entertaining people for nearly eight decades now, but few know the real story behind the creation of this cultural icon.
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Paging Dr. Freud
Besides the obvious sexism, implying single women were somehow going ketchup-less...do you find anything, oh, somewhat suggestive about the woman's pose and what she's running her finger over?
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