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    What would be the best or worst name for different types of businesses? How about a best or worst tag line?

    How about having your business named: Long Live Memorial Services?
    With its tag line: Die now and get 10% discount.



    Ah, I know the worst logo ever. I had seen this years ago.


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  • #2
    The logo makes me laugh so hard. What was the artist thinking? I could sense that the yellow part is a building but what about the red part?

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    • BeautifulCupful
      BeautifulCupful commented
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      I am so sorry but the logo looks like someone just got fingered!

    • PieFlavor
      PieFlavor commented
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      BeautifulCupful more like someone who's about to ride a dildo

  • #3
    Why are some companies fail with their tag lines or with their logos? Or could we also blame the artists who created those logos?

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    • BearMsAlive
      BearMsAlive commented
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      TeaBroadway So the companies have the bad tastes when it comes to their logo creations. Or are they purposely doing it to generate some attention?

    • BabyUni
      BabyUni commented
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      Some companies intentionally make tag lines or catch phrases that have double meaning so that people can easily associate the tag line with their company

    • HugKenji
      HugKenji commented
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      BabyUni What tag line was the best one for you? How about the worst one?

  • #4
    I think one of the best tag lines that I had seen was like this: "We've got it all... and more!"

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    • AliveLivery
      AliveLivery commented
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      I think this is an overkill as they have it all so what is more?

    • bemine
      bemine commented
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      So what's the name of the company who has that tagline?

  • #5
    Are we talking about real companies or something like these stores?

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    • Kinkytime
      Kinkytime commented
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      Those knock off brands are too much to take. If they could afford to imitate things, then why not create their own brands?

    • LoveShove
      LoveShove commented
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      Actually, I have not tried the food on those knock off restaurants. What do the food taste like? Would it be similar to the genuine store?

    • Danica505
      Danica505 commented
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      Kinkytime because it is easier to ride on the popularity of a brand rather than build one of your own. And besides those are stores are often located in China so there's not chance in hell that they would reach your country lol

  • #6
    When they released M&Ms, they had this tagline that goes: "Melts in your mouth, not in your hands." It kinda gives me a different vibe now or is it my sexy and awesome imagination again? Lol!

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    • BuiltToLast
      BuiltToLast commented
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      "Nothing sucks like an Electrolux."

    • PussySlay
      PussySlay commented
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      Your imagination is keeping you thinking of other things. I am sure what you think of the thing in your mouth does not melt.

  • #7
    How about this one? Lol
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    • HoneyHoney72
      HoneyHoney72 commented
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      Maybe, people are just having too much imagination that is why we associate this one with other things.

    • Mor2thisIknoe
      Mor2thisIknoe commented
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      CupcakeTea I think its from a company in Europe or something

    • uninvoked
      uninvoked commented
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      Mor2thisIknoe you might be right about that one

  • #8
    Oh, how dirty could they get?

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    • BabeLady
      BabeLady commented
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      This is a dual blunder. First, it looked like a cock. Second, it is a fried chicken brand so why name it as Dirty Bird when you are in the food industry.

    • smoker
      smoker commented
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      I bet they have dirtier designs and the one they've chosen is the most subtle one

    • XtineA
      XtineA commented
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      Well, Dirty Bird is way better than naming the company Filthy Bird lol

  • #9
    Looks like someone had fingered someone at the asshole. Well, at least for me, that was my interpretation.

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    • sexyme1
      sexyme1 commented
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      So you're talking about the logo that AirFeline has included on her post

  • #10
    AirFeline Is that logo from a company that is based in Japan by any chance?

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    • Annalyn
      Annalyn commented
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      It might be from a Japanese company since it looks like one of those Temples or Palaces that you often see there
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