Thursday, February 5, 2009

Trivia from Cliff

During World War II, the Revlon company reinforced the war effort by producing dye markers for the U.S. Navy. Whether any of the same dye subsequently went into waterproof mascara, no one can say.

And what about this, Nahm ...

Mozart once composed a piano piece that required a player to use two hands and his nose in order to hit all the correct notes.


Bob said...

Think of the ad campaign:
"You can paint a battleship with this mascara."

"If the great salt waters of all the oceans on Earth can't wash this way, don't be worried by a few tears."

"If it's good enough for the USS California, then it's good enough for Miss California."

I should stop now.

Joy said...

You go, Copywriter Bob!

Kwana said...

Love those lines. Great trivia!