At the height of his fame, back in the late 1960s, George Best was positively everywhere.
Best’s ‘playboy’ image was regularly used as a means to make everyday items seem affluent, and never was this more starkly employed than in this 1969 television commercial for the good people at Wilson’s preserved seafood…
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— CFB Clips (@CFBClips) March 25, 2018
Mmm mmm. All the girls go wild for those hot and spicy mackerel fillets.
Of course, in this brave new age of fake news and state-sponsored miscommunication, we feel it’s our duty to point out that this isn’t fully kosher.