I'm gonna be rich!
Once I get to San Diego I'm going to start setting up shop and start producing clothing with the Fatty's got the sleeping sickness comic book image I posted the other day. I was going to call the clothing Fatty's © ™ but that doesn't work for marketing unless unless you spell it with a PH replacing the letter F. So I decided to call the clothing line Sleeping Sickness Apparel © ™. The prototypes have gone over well in testing with various demographics and interest is high.
The market for the Sleeping Sickness © ™ line is ripe and is a novelty niche that cries to be filled. There are empty shelves in Walmart, K-Mart and car wash spinner racks all over the country that I could make use of and make lots of money from. I will soon have shirts, hats, lingerie shoes, pajamas, those mats you put on the fender of the car so you don't scratch it with tools while working and mugs all ready to go for shipping. For now though, the baby clothes line will only have a limited production run in the beginning. Seems that some parents don't care for the negative connotations of 'Fatty' and the 'Now, for the needle!' panel. I'll stick those in the Gag Gift section of the website and see how they move. There are plenty of young couples who spend money on things instead of baby food or pediatric visits and I want a piece of that dollar, too.
I'm really enthusiastic about this opportunity mostly because of the positive feedback I received during product testing. Check out these no-lie product testimonials from real people who are not paid actors:
"I thought that I would be trapped in a loveless marriage with my half-brother/cousin until I saw my Dad's mail-order bride wearing a high-quality cashmere Sleeping Sickness © ™ sweater. I liked it so much that I went and got the Sleeping Sickness © ™ art tattooed on my forehead. Now, no man will touch me. Thanks, Sleestak!" - Jenny-Lyn Joe Bob Feldner of Wawtchaw, Tn.
"Like, I was totally lost in the parking lot. I couldn't find my car. Wowwww, I was seriously upset. All these guys, y'know, really helped me. It was totally cool. Oh, yeah. I totally, y'know, found my car." - Cathie M. of Beverly Hills, Ca.
It isn't all about making a buck. These heart-warming stories have made me realize that I am just a tool in another's hand. Look for them soon!
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