9 of the worst product names ever
What were they thinking? From candy to shoes to toys, these names will make you cringe.
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Busch Gardens had a summer promotion they called. "Jungle Fever." It was quickly changed to "Summer Nights."
JC Penney has a women's clothing line for "mature" women called "Sag Harbor," and another called "Crazy Horse."
Best one I have EVER seen is a pet store called Doggie Styles in Gaysville, TN.....I am soooo not joking! (thanks for the heads up! double checked and I had my state wrong...and now that I know its a chain its even better, hope the originators are stinking rich! I chuckled for like the whole day.
Not Rated37 Mount Hunger Rt, Gaysville, VT 05746
A re-post from another blogger --- Worth putting on every msn story
Jeff, maybe you missed Congress’ latest change to the STOCK Act. Are you sitting down? They just, very quietly, gutted the law that was supposed to stop insider trading… seriously.
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