Infectious Oddities

There are products that fit a need. And there are…products. Why is it that some oddities have become so infectious? Watch Me!

How many salad fingers t-shirts do you think sells? Probably many more than you imagine.

Even if no one who sees your shirt knows who Salad Fingers is, you still want the shirt.  Actually, that’s exactly why you want the shirt.  You get to tell a crazy story and you get to be ‘that person’ who forwards a link that actually is worth commenting on.

Is your product worthy of comment? Does your crazy/weird/awesome/customer centered story beg to be told?

No? Maybe you should concentrate on being a little odd, instead of conforming to meet the needs of everyone.


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