Too Young for You?

Inks by Dick Giordano from the story "Who Hooked Who" in FIRST KISS #3, 1958.

Inks by Dick Giordano from the story “Who Hooked Who” in FIRST KISS #3, 1958.

Signs that your date may be too young for you:
1. She wants to skinny dip…in the Kiddy Pool.

2. She shows up one night wearing a sexy uniform…and sells you 12 cases of Girl Scout cookies.

3. She’s wants to go camping with you…to earn merit badges.

4. She flips up her skirt to show you her…Powerpuff Girls underwear.

5. She calls you…”Grandpa!”

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Oh, Clem!

Artist unknown. Art from the story “Momism or Me” from GREAT LOVER ROMANCE #16, 1954.

Artist unknown. Art from the story “Momism or Me” in GREAT LOVER ROMANCE #16, 1954.

Vicki had never dated a vampire before, but Clem was so smooth and sexy! When he held her in his arms, she felt weak and oddly lightheaded. Was it true love…or just anemia?

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If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don’t Want to Be Right

Art by Harry Anderson & Bill Ward from the story "I Took the Wrong Road" from DIARY LOVES #6, 1950.

Art by Harry Anderson & Bill Ward from the story “I Took the Wrong Road” from DIARY LOVES #6, 1950.

Peg’s Response:

Should I kiss you on the lips—or kick you in the groin? Which is the right thing to do? Who cares? Close your eyes and I’ll give you a surprise!

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Marry Me, Darling!

Pencils by Dick Giordano from the story "Letter from Long Ago" in FIRST KISS #6, 1958.

Pencils by Dick Giordano from the story “Letter from Long Ago” in FIRST KISS #6, 1958.

I’m also taking it for granted that you’re rich.  And that marrying you won’t interfere with my work—reviewing bordellos.

If not, please take it for granted that the wedding is off.

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I Must Stop Thinking About Your Love Life

Artist unknown. From the story "Deception" from ROMANTIC MARRIAGE #4 (Ziff-Davis Publications), 1950.

Artist unknown. From the story “Deception” in ROMANTIC MARRIAGE #4 (Ziff-Davis Publications), 1950.

Or did you marry me because Doris ditched you; Freda filed a paternity suit; and Trisha tried to have you deported?

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September 16th, 2014

No Guilt Dating

Meanwhile, back in 1958…
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WOMAN: He broke up with you? Great! Now I won’t feel guilty when he takes me out tonight!
Inks: Dick Giordano Color: Allen Freeman
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