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It is really fitting, funny and topical but it might not last as a brand name once it has been around a couple of years, would be my honest opinion.
 
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Dwarf Lulu has a certain appeal.:)
What's cookin Toots,

You may not know we got a Giant Lulu right here. Yeah, this guy Paul is something. Talks real normal but ain't. Hooked into various forum cults....dark ones.

Sorry for the slight derail,

Marly


Oh yeah...have you thought about my suggestion from a while back? It's where you change the 'Silly' to 'Naughty' in your line name. I think a cougar pic would be fine on the new label somewhere.
 
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Yo Marly, 'Shave with a Naughty Nanny' would no doubt appeal to a select group.
Nathan, I agree the topicality aspect will pass. But don't you feel a bit like a Soapy McSoapface when you're shaving? I bet you look like one. I'm feeling strangely compelled towards it. Stop me now folks if you feel you must!!
 
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Yo Marly, 'Shave with a Naughty Nanny' would no doubt appeal to a select group.
Oh, well right away you got the older more experienced and mysterious Mrs Robinson thing on going of course. Hmmm, how does Sassy Nanny sound? Then you got the somewhat older gentleman hook as well.

Lots of people in those age brackets, but one group of adults who visit a certain kind of store near Chicago has no need for any of your products. It's located in the nice suburb of Arlington Heights and caters to people who enjoy dressing as a baby. Been a bunch on TV recently, with the manager or owner being interview inna diaper, and not because he needs to wear one. Easy to find stuff online.

M. Bones
 
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I've seen people with that issue on telly: but surely the males amongst them need shaving soap big time?:) Hard to look like a baby with a 5 O'clock shadow.
 
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I liked those Greek names and words a page or two back - but mangle them a bit to end with an 'o'.

A sudden brain wave - not many snorts of snuff and but a cup or three of coffee - a name that no-one but us would understand. Boab. Has a beefy ring to it, don'cha think?
 
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