A good product needs a good salesman, and a bad product needs an excellent one.
Drats… Those industrial spies are just too clever
And they’ll steal anything they can get their hands on. Spies are everywhere.
I was all excited and then the reality set in. Sigh. I love it though and there are a lot of companies out there that are doing just this very thing. Got to watch out for the spies though.
Have a terrific day. 🙂
The deception of a good pitch. Salespeople and spies are dangers we all have to be wary of.
I never was very adept to using food coloring. I would have spilled it everywhere, thus ending up looking like The Green Giant.
Or the Green Troll in Fraz’s case.
Why does my tub look like a leprachaun was killed in it?
Every cleaner has its side-effects, but green is in, so we consider the green stains to be a feature, not a liability.
Trying to go green doesn’t always work for everybody. Good post.
Except for maybe Kermit the Frog.
No that would make a great by product to go along with the BoDryer. Maybe we should team up for an infomercial. We could throw it in free for only $20 shipping and handling.
That sounds like a deal! How could anyone resist our fantastic products, especially when paired together?
I wonder how coca-cola keeps there secret formula secret.
I don’t know. We need to send in some spies to find out.
My school went to a Coca-cola plant for a field trip. The “secret formula” arrives from outside as a single ingredient. All the workers know is that it’s a syrup, and refer to it as “syrup”. The plant’s job is to add water and bubbles, and put that in the bottles and cans
Isn’t the secret formula prepared at the head Atlanta plant? We must infiltrate their ranks with our stealthy Wombie spies to discover the truth.
hmmm.. short, furry, and unknown creatures walking into the place might be a bit suspicious 🙂
You’re probably right. We’ll have to employ all of our ninja skills of disguise and deception to pull this off successfully. And if that doesn’t work, maybe we’ll have to use our “power to cloud men’s minds so they cannot see us.” The Shadow taught us that trick..
well you are on the right track! it looks green! did the spy find out what kinda soap? or where you tap your water? you might have a hit yet! You may be able to sneak into the coke plant is you disguise yourselves in coca-cola cans! as long as no one tries to recycle you by flatten it, you should be okay!
Apparently the spy won’t divulge his findings, so Fraz’s secret formula is still safe.
Coke cans would be a good disguise, but they’d have to be rather large for us to fit in. Maybe we could go as Coke vending machines.
Better get a patent on that formula quick! 😀
Good idea! Otherwise someone might steal it and make millions.
Never mind the secret syrup ingredients — now we all have the luxury of buying bottled tapwater from the soda pop giant.
PS Fraz should’ve added some cola to his formula so it would work on rusty toilet bowls, too.
PPS If Fraz had offered to use the stuff rather than sell it, Twink might have looked more kindly on the idea of financial transactions.
Bought water is always better than tap water, even if it comes from the same source.
Fraz needs to listen to you. He could learn a few things, and maybe even make a few dollars.
This is very true. lol
We sell nothing but the truth here, Sir Richard.
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