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Names that look like one thing and mean another.
PaeDae: Not a K-pop rising star!
“Free stuff is awesome, but free stuff you want is even awesomer.”
Snoxin: Not a mucus-based poison!
“Currently not available in the USA.”
Vag Fresh: Not a feminine-hygiene product!
Via Regretsy (be sure to read the comments!) by way of Jessica Stone Levy.
Posted at 08:03 AM in Bad Names, Beauty, Food and Drink, French, Naming, Retail | Permalink
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Pam Chestek (@pchestek on Twitter) deserves the nod for steering me to the dazzling VagFresh on Regretsy. I am still despondent that I missed this on my recent trip to Paris.
January 15, 2013 at 10:03 AM
I think "VugFresh" sounds more like a geodorant. Oh, wait, no, that was yesterday's post.
January 15, 2013 at 03:26 PM
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