Everyone’s heard of Playboy—it’s an incredibly well known brand—but beside the beautiful girls and the party lifestyle, there are some clever elements and details that might have escaped you…
For all Shakespeare fans out there, the Playboy Mansion has an annual summer event called the Midsummer’s Party (always held on the first Saturday in August). It’s a star-studded celebrity affair that makes full use of the Mansion’s lavish amenities, but I’m not sure that these were the fairies that good ol’ Willy Shakespeare had in mind:
For those academics with a penchant for the dead languages, the original Playboy Mansion (located in Chicago, IL—purchased 1959) had a brass plate on the door with the Latin inscription: Si Non Oscillas, Noli Tintinnare (”If you don’t swing, don’t ring”). Fair warning, Hef, fair warning.
For those with ambitious goals in life, get educated like Hef! According to a Hefner biography, in high school he logged an IQ of 152, and after a brief stint in the military, he studied at the Chicago Art Institute for two years and then got his bachelors degree from the University of Illinois where he majored in psychology. He then worked for Esquire writing copy until he left over a squabble about a $5 raise. In frustration, he decided to start his own magazine called “Stag Party,” but was forced to change the name because of a trademark held by an existing magazine called “Stag.” His first issue of “Playboy” was launched to success using a nude color photograph of Marilyn Monroe (taken before she became famous!) that Hef purchased. Nice job putting that psychology degree to work, Hef!
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