Below is the original art from a 1961 story about an insecure wife who wants to make spark up her marriage.
To get her husband’s attention, she does what we all do in this situation. She sends herself flowers and pretends they’re from a secret admirer.
Remember, ladies…a jealous husband is a homicidal…uh, loving husband
SCENE: Delivery guy is bringing a long, narrow box to a woman as she stands in the doorway of her home. Her husband or lover looks on from inside the house.
WOMAN: Flowers? From you?
MAN: Gee! I hope so!
Art by Vince Colletta Studio
Below is the original 1960s art—featuring a theme that only makes sense if you have the IQ of mud…or possibly if you’re in love:
MAN: I’ve got something big and hard for you!
WOMAN: It better be a diamond!
Art by Dick Giordano with possible assist by Vince Colletta.
And don’t feel obligated to pay me for sex either…
SCENE: A man is giving a woman a present.
MAN: I accidentally left the price tag on! Don’t look or you’ll see that it costs a fortune!
MAN (again): And don’t feel you have to sleep with me either!