History will see advertising "as one of the real evil things of our time. It is stimulating people constantly to want things, want this, want that."
Promise, large promise, is the soul of an advertisement.
In general, my children refused to eat anything that hadn’t danced on TV.
Advertisers in general bear a large part of the responsibility for the deep feelings of inadequacy that drive women to psychiatrists, pills, or the bottle.
Advertisements are now so numerous that they are very negligently perused, and it is therefore become necessary to gain attention by magnificence of promises and by eloquence sometimes sublime and sometimes pathetick.
The very first law in advertising is to avoid the concrete promise and cultivate the delightfully vague.
You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements.
Advertising is the rattling of a stick inside a swill bucket.
Let advertisers spend the same amount of money improving their product that they do on advertising and they wouldn’t have to advertise it.