Sometimes people bring magazines in to the office and leave them around in the break room for perusal by all. Sometimes one of those magazines is a Vogue.
If you’re not familiar, Vogue is a women’s magazine, focusing on fashion, it’s as thick as a phonebook for a decently large town, and there’s at least 50-100 pages of ads before you even get to the table of contents. According to this blog post analyzing the September 2011 issue of Vogue, that particular issue, which I will assume is an average issue and not some special edition, is 758 pages, 584 of which are advertisements, a solid 77%.
Is it possible there is any magazine with a higher percentage of ads to content?
(And yes, a good argument could be made that the ads in Vogue are the primary “content,” but you know what I mean)