Delicious, delicious…Soap? (d)

In a perfect world, hand soap would not be described as “buttery & delicious”.

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Seriously.

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I’m not making this up.

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What is the target market for delicious, buttery soap?  Kids with potty mouths?  Ultra hygienic foodies?

For the record, I can neither confirm nor refute Bath & Body Works’ claim that their Merry Christmas Cookie hand soap is buttery or delicious.  If I’m going to taste test any of the products in our bathroom, I’d probably go for the coconut and lime verbena lotion my wife has.  It would be a like a little taste of a tropical vacation before I call Poison Control.

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2 Comments

Horrible idea. I often think I should have gone into marketing for no other reason than to be that person in the board room that says “Hey guys, um, this idea sucks. What the fuck are you thinking?” I feel like one person throws out some whacky idea and everyone else is too afraid to look like a fuddy duddy and so they go along with it and then you end up saying your soap is tasty.

How would anyone know their soap is tasty? It’s not like you can taste it.

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