Hmm, really? Their marketing ploy is to raise the act of brushing your teeth to fine art. Bravo, I say.
It left me thinking about other common toothpaste brand names. Here are a list of some common ones:
Colgate -- for collegiate tooth brushers
Crest -- for brushers who aim high
Whereas Aim is actually the tooth paste of drunks, those happy just to make contact between tooth and brush
Arm & Hammer -- for very vigorous brushers
Close up -- for brushers with one thing in mind
Gleem -- the official toothpaste of all glee teams
Pepsodent -- their second choice
Mentodent -- for crazy, loco brushers
Sensodyne -- for those who know brushing after eating is sensible
Ultra bright -- for overachievers
I myself use Tom's (of Maine), not sure what that means.... take a stab if you like.
To end off, I'd like to leave you with some toothpaste/toothbrush humor:
|Yes, this is frightening, and should have been included in last weekend's Oh So Scary 3-way photo project.|
Happy brushing y'all.