Characters have to have character:
… or they are just left on the drawing board.
note: what makes Miffy, Hello Kitty, Snoopy, Bart Simpson and Mickey Mouse so special?
double note: Does Mr. Gucci only wear Gucci? Does Mr. Armani only wear Armani? Does Mr. Levi only wear Levi’s? Does Mr. Loom only wear Fruit of the Loom?
Planetross wears Planetross stuff, but only because it’s not cool. I’m sure if it ever caught on, I’d never wear that trendsetter stuff … unless I could get a lucrative endorsement.
triple note: I spend more time telling people that the teeth are pickles. For some reason, people think they are caterpillars: dill pickles aren’t very popular over here to be fair.
Today none of my students wanted any of my imaginary ketchup sandwiches.
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I’m going to sell pickles shaped like toothpicks and call them “Tooth Pickles”!
Possible catch phrases could be:
“I think you’ve got something in your teeth. Would you like a Tooth Pickle?”
A little peckish
What the heckish!
“I’m not gerkin you around! or Takin’ the Mickle!
If it’s an edible toothpick, it’s gotta be a Tooth Pickle!”
note: “Tooth Pickles” are not to be confused with “Pickle Teeth“.
double note: I wish I had some stuck between my teeth right now!
triple note: Money Making Scheme #1 and #2 and #3 and #4 and #5 and #6 and #7 and #8 and #9 and #10 and #11 are still scheming.
quadruple note: Don’t these just keep getting better and better? or is it just me? I could be wrong; I usually am.
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