The demand clearly exists

Drama RepellentNow what we need is for some enterprising, um, enterprise to provide the supply. Admittedly, I have some qualms about the product: for one thing, I suspect that it might be easier to apply, if not necessarily any more effective, were it supplied as a spray rather than as a roll-on.

(Idea swiped from here. Production done entirely in Microsoft Paint in approximately the time it would have taken just to load Photoshop. Note to SC Johnson: It’s a parody, dammit. Don’t get your Scrubbing Bubbles in an uproar.)


  1. fillyjonk »

    5 October 2009 · 8:22 pm

    Yeah, I could totally see some corporation getting all dramatic over a drama-repellent parody.

    I wonder what scent would work best. I’ve heard that peppermint repels mice. And cinnamon allegedly repels ants. Wonder what would work on drama llamas.

    (Btw, thanks.)

  2. Donna B. »

    5 October 2009 · 10:19 pm

    Calgon could do this with the slogan “Calgon, take them away!”

  3. McGehee »

    5 October 2009 · 10:28 pm

    Heh. I once faked up a package of Lee’s Press-on Clues® in Microsoft Publisher.

  4. unimpressed »

    6 October 2009 · 2:37 am

    I can’t believe you passed on the obvious Dramamine…..

  5. CGHill »

    6 October 2009 · 7:02 am

    Too many drug references and I’d be trapped in my own spam filter.

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    6 October 2009 · 7:09 am

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  7. fillyjonk »

    6 October 2009 · 7:21 am

    Lee Press-On Clues.

    AWESOME. We totally need that as a real product.

  8. Dick Stanley »

    6 October 2009 · 11:02 pm

    Ah, but did Microsoft provide any freebies here? Just askin’

  9. CGHill »

    7 October 2009 · 7:40 am

    You think anyone on God’s green earth is gonna pay for Microsoft Paint? And it’s the XP version at that.

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