Ingredients In Many Brand Name Toothpastes that Could Be Trendy Baby Names
- Sorbitol. Pretty name for a girl, or a boy. Sounds like a planet too, which gives the name a kind of celestial tranquility. Something that would just seem to fit, one of those names that by the sound of it makes any other attempt at a naming useless.
- Flavor. Could be an even better nickname, like when somebody is named John but friends and family call him Bill or Red. A power name too, a name that’s meant for ass kicking, a name that’s meant to be used.
- Xanthan. The “Jonathan” of the twenty-first century. Notice the X at the beginning. Starting a name with a letter appearing later in the alphabet is a surefire hit. It’s eccentric too, which is always en vogue.
- Lauryl Sulfate. The equivalent of Laura Jane or Lorie Beth. This one is something old fashioned and down-home. Reminiscence of good days gone by seems to walk in hand with it.
- Titanium Dioxide. T.D. for short, it gives the kid some options as to what he would like to be called: Titanium or Dioxide, both, or the aforementioned acronym.
- Fluoride. A name that evokes some kind of Spanish flare, something spicy and hot. Scandalous, in a way. Roll your tongue when you say it. F‑L-U-O-R-I-D‑E.
- Blue # 1. Pretty self-explanatory.
- Benzoic Acid. Snappy, with some pep behind it, like Zach or Rod. Good name for presumed troublemaker, a predicted misfit.
- Hydrated Silica. The name just flows out of the mouth. Very fluid, and another one that would be a good fit for a boy or girl.
- Carbomer 956. Well, maybe this one wouldn’t be so good after all. I’d stick with something simpler like Patricia or Yellow # 5.
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