Branded Prod­ucts

The Trentonian (Trenton, NJ) - - YOUR DAILY BREAK -

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

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