Last night, SHR, Balgavy, and I went to the first class session of Adult Education at Union Hall. One of the presenters mentioned the Land O Lakes trick where you can turn a regular package into something a bit naughtier.
Snopes describes it thusly:
Folding common paper images such as currency and familiar product packaging to produce amusing (and often risqué) new images is a pastime with a long history. After all, several generations of kids have now learned that if you cut a few holes in a package of "Land O Lakes" butter and fold the portion with the pictured Native American girl's knees up just right, you can make it look like she's holding her breasts:
I started cracking up during the presentation, leaned over to SHR and told her that my grandfather used to do that trick. She couldn't believe it. "Grandpa?" she asked? "Really?"
The answer is yes. That man had many tricks up his sleeves and this was merely one of many. I've never seen anyone else do this trick but apparently it is pretty well known. All I know is that from the time I was a little kid, my grandfather loved to do this trick every now and again because it always made me laugh.
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