Friday, June 24, 2016

DietSunglasses.com -- Diet Sunglasses

DietSunglasses.com -- Diet Sunglasses

How your Cheetos will appear with diet sunglasses
______________________
For Sale at Go Daddy:

As of June 24, 2016, no live official trademarks were found on USPTO.gov for the exact term

Diet Sunglasses

 We definitely find the humor in this generic long tail...

If only it were so easy to don a pair of sunglasses and lose weight easily, just sign us up -- NOW!

No joke: this IS a thing: diet sunglasses exist.

So how do diet sunglasses work?

Here's the theory:

Part of what stimulates one's appetite is the visual appeal of foods, for example, we expect green lettuce, red strawberries, orange Cheetos...

All is as it should be, so we chow down (especially the Cheetos part).

However, when foods appear to be unusual colors, for example, blue pizza or mashed potatoes, the brain sends a signal to the appetite center that something might be off with our meal or snack, so we eat less.

Blue is often associated with mold and spoilage, thus sending a message to our brains to slow down and consider what we are eating.

Therefore, diet sunglasses lenses are blue.


Call us dubious.

Such trickery might work for creatures of a lower order...

Cracked.com's take on Diet Sunglasses

HOWEVER,

If these lovelies do turn out to be the missing link for a successful weight loss program, then the inventor (not us) and the marketer (not us) stand to become fabulously wealthy, while the rest of us become social x-rays.

Right.

And a large (pun intended) segment of the population will be donning diet sunglasses at every restaurant, both fine and humble.

Sure beats dyeing our food blue.

Eee-yeeewww!!! 

If this invention turns out to be a big bust, well, then.

We still remember the Pet Rock era...

Even though its current search numbers are low, this status could change quickly.

We make no promises, however; this is definitely a niche domain with a narrow focus for a type of product could that could prove to be the 21st century version of Wilhelm Reich's Orgone Accumulator.

This product also featured the color blue -- not for its appetite suppression capabilities but for its positive effects on the (((ahem))) libido and its future applications for the cure of awful diseases, such as cancer, particularly devastating in the 1930's and 1940's.

Wilhelm Reich's Orgone Accumulator
Add a pretty girl, and it's a winner!
___________________________________
Where is the Orgone Accumulator now?

People are still having bad sex and are still dying of terrible diseases, so...

Do take note: DietSunglasses.com contains three BIG keywords: Diet, Sunglasses, and Glasses.

SUN isn't too shabby, either...

A definite upside.

* * * * *

Notice


By submitting an offer, a bid, or a query on our domains, you confirm that neither you, nor your organization, claim a legal right to the registration of these domains. If you are inquiring on behalf of another entity, you confirm that this entity does not claim a legal right to the registration of the domains listed on this site or appearing in the browser box and that you are authorized by such entity to make this representation.