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2009/07/31 20:44:42 (permalink)
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The dogs Bollocks

Hey guys this is a bit random, what would you think of the product name

'THE DOGS BOLLOCKS'

is this too much and would you buy a product called that?

cheers

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    iaink
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 20:46:25 (permalink)
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    I'd think I am not buying that.

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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 20:47:33 (permalink)
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    Ditto.

    Wouldn't even look at the ingredient list

    oli007uk
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 21:05:19 (permalink)
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    what do you look for in a product name? 
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 21:12:08 (permalink)
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    Very little. But if I wanna make money a product name must have mass market appeal. TDB's does not

     
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 21:37:01 (permalink)
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    British and Chav come to mind

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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 21:47:58 (permalink)
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    s12345x

    British and Chav come to mind


    So if the 'product' came with a free Burberry baseball cap - We're sorted!
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 23:22:19 (permalink)
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    then again there is a company or product in the USA called 'Garbage' lolol

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/gar/garbage.html
    Icemansoldier
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/07/31 23:53:25 (permalink)
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    Thats abit too much imo but would turn heads and i would take a look at the ingrediants list, funny thread thanks for lightning up my day mate ;) :D
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 00:11:20 (permalink)
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    TDB'S sounds garbage.
    PredatorNutrition
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 00:22:22 (permalink)
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    Not a fan of anything suggesting it is cheap or common or underground.



    man alive
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 08:40:02 (permalink)
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    Im sure years ago there was a protein called this or the mutts nutts something along those lines?

    But to be honest its not the best mate id hate to think wot the packaging on the tub would look like! lol
    Mobster
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 10:13:37 (permalink)
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    Chemical Warfare used to produce a product called 'dog food' or similar (was malto as I recall). Biohazard renamed it 'Cerebus' (named after a mythical dog). CNP, which followed CW was and is a much bigger firm. QED...
    post edited by Mobster - 2009/08/01 10:16:29

     
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 10:41:14 (permalink)
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    Yeah, but CW and the Bennett Group got the whole concept off the ground with its grey market supplements in the first place.

    CNP grew partly because of Dorian's involvement (and director focus) and Biohazard was a rival to CNP.

    So, I don't see how your reasoning for change of product names pans out TBH mate.

    The Dogs Bollocks would make me think.... um, glandulars. Then I'd reminisce about rhesus monkey growth hormone UGL products and click off the link.
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 11:37:56 (permalink)
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    If you read my earlier post the above makes sense. That which came after appealed more to the mass market and so (QED) did NOT carry on the dog etc references in naming their products. Those which followed are bigger and more successful. Q.E.D

     
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 14:41:47 (permalink)
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    "TDB" is really terrible...

    Why not call it "THE TITS" that’s just as bad but at least it may get a smirk or two! 
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/01 15:57:36 (permalink)
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    that actually looks like a good drink funnily enough lol, looking at ingreients and reviews. Then again they are yanks LOL
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    Re:The dogs Bollocks 2009/08/02 12:45:12 (permalink)
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    There is already a beer with that name so there may be some trademark issues. It is sold exclusively at a store in Calais.

    Sounds a bit 'laddish' and probably not for serious trainers.
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