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Forget getting egg on your face: Getting it on your shoes is arguably just as bad. Especially if the "egg" we are talking about was just moments ago tempestuously excreted from some glassy-eyed salmon's scaly junk. In what could very well be the largest political faux pas to have ever occurred on Alaskan soil, some cheeky Coho salmon actually shot its pearly load all over President Obama's loafers.
A new shoe company like Gravity Defyer might hope that their logo would one day be just as recognizable as the Nike swoosh. So why would they waste their time and money by making a single sperm their trademark? It bears repeating: the logo of Gravity Defyer's shoes are sperm.
Natasha's Notion Marketing and Advertising Critiques. This is her outlet to express these sporadic and personally tantalizing observations. I love it! I've had a pair of sperm shoes before
But before I can spawn them, I need to learn how. Pinto abalone sperm under 80x magnification B. Although their tastes are a little different from ours on what gets them in the mood to make babies, they are still very particular and can be temperamental.
Watching TV for more than five hours a day is linked to reduction in sperm count by 35 percent, warns a recent study. According to researchers, watching excess TV is attributable to eating high calorie junk food and laziness. The findings indicated that the TV addicts were found to have 38 percent lower sperm count than those who had less sedentary lifestyle.
A good logo can do a lot for brand recognition. When it comes to shoes, iconic logos like the Nike swoosh or adidas stripes are instantly recognizable, and more than a few shoes are sold simply because of the cool-factor associated with their presence. On the other hand, a bad logo can leave a brand open to ridicule, and in some cases can even lead to stores refusing to carry their shoes. Such was the case with the brand Gravity Defyer.
Photo from Sky Mall Sneakers with a giant sperm on the side may win the prize for weirdest workout gear ever. But as Feministing hat tip to them for discovery points out, it's one logo you'll recognize anywhere. After all, what do we know about sperm?