Please, no.

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I dislike cutsie.

My house is not filled with smiling cherub chotchkies or puppy angel geegaws. I do not post overly sweet photos of newborn babies reclining in hollowed out pumpkins.

So it should come as no surprise that I’m not a fan of nauseatingly precious named products.

If you have a pet odor remover? Say so….

Don’t get cute.

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This goes for crap collectors…

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Dog litter…

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And pet bathing hoses.

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Rinseroo?

I feel a cavity coming on just reading these.

But the worst?

This answer to the question Who’s your daddy?

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Pet fur is not the correct answer.

No.

It’s not even close….

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16 thoughts on “Please, no.”

  1. Where does one keep dog litter? Kitchen sink or bath tub? How often does it need to be changed?
    But Rinseroo? How many North Americans have pet ‘roos? Maybe in Australia! But what good is Rinseroo without Bathroo first?
    I’m glad I live in Canada. We use real words, not euphorisms. How dare we let our product names offend our sensibilities? Our Anti-Icky-Poo is called an air cleanser fan, and it works..

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  2. You really mean you wouldn’t want to hear hubby say “I am going to use the fur daddy”? Or “You have a Margarita while I use the Anti Icky Poo”? (Heck after that I can see you having 5 Apple Margaritas!!!

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  3. Yep. those are all too much. Ughh.
    Kind of on the same lines: I have an adult friend who loves to use baby talk when speaking to her animals. IT hurts my ears.

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