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Unique or Quirky Brand Names


Pragmatic Libertarian
Premium Member
That would be good to clean this stuff off one's teeth.


Imaginary talking monkey
Staff member
Premium Member
There used to be some sort of Asian restaurant in San Jose called:
Phaa Que

Not making it up.


हर हर महादेव
Uh, I'll pass


It says 새우깡 or saeukkang, which means ‘shrimp flavored crackers’ according to Papago. Korean food companies sometimes shorten the English words on their products, and it can end up sounding weird. For instance, I’ve seen packaging where peanut butter sandwich is shortened to ‘peanut butter sand.’ In my experience, peanut butter sand is yummy!