1. The American Academy of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, and Throat) put this quality brand as one of the leading causes of tympanic membrane perforation.
2. In Great Britain this clear product is generically called cellulose adhesive, but conversely, over here we refer to it by this branded name.
3. The first of its kind in America, one of the earliest slogans for this disposable handkerchief alternative brand was “Don’t Carry a Cold in Your Pocket.”
4. The brainchild of a teenager, this American brand of mobile sportswear first got rolling in Europe and went many years without competition.
5. This Italian word describes a certain kind of marinara, so when two Italian-Americans jarred their first bottle of this brand, the name was a natural fit.
6. When the inventor of this water-oil solution brand sought a patent, his official quote was “I have invented a new and useful product from petroleum which I have named…”
7. Supposedly, this snack brand was discovered by an 11-year-old boy when on a freezing night he left outside a glass of powdered soda and water with the stirring spoon still in it. Courtesy of The Democratic Republic of Trivia