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Do you love business names with a sense of humour? On a recent trip to the US, I loved seeing fresh fun business names like Blenders in the Grass!
Maybe this is a common sight in the US – but I thought it was clever.
Are you familiar with the book and movies The Lord of the Flies?
That book was part of my childhood – as it was for hundreds, probably thousands of kids around the world.
Maybe that’s why I loved these puns on the name.
1. Lord of the Fries – a food shop that sold fries of course amongst other things!
2. Lord of the Files – a business that helps you organise your filing
I love this Juice shop name too. Yes, I’m a sign nerd who snaps photos of names I find amusing.
As a friend reminded me, in an Australian TV comedy about small businesses – there was a business (fictional I think) called King of the Juice.
I love puns. I can’t help myself enjoying other people’s puns and wordplay.
As I travel the world on training and speaking assignments, I love to snap photos of fun pun names – like these I saw recently in Singapore – Chocoolate and Steakout.
If you reading thing – you probably dig puns too!
Puns can be useful in social media and business too – often in attracting like-minded, pun-loving people.
Here are some links to posts involving the strategic use of puns:
In a future post, I’ll share punny, funny names for Thai Restaurants.
It’s almost compulsory to have a punny name if you have a Thai restaurant.
I wonder if there is a Lord of the Thais? 🙂
Please share in the comments section below – any good funny, punny business names you have seen.
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