|Micron poses at the P&G headquarters to put in his bid as a company mascot.|
Mr. Clean ain't got nothing on me, says Micron, tossing back his golden locks.
The mighty Micron was an honored guest at the Procter & Gamble headquarters in downtown Cincinnati last Friday. He used his therapy dog wiles on the kids of my fellow P&Gers to teach them about the magical stuff of pet therapy visits.
And by teach them, what I mean is he got into his usual Zen position (I am One with the carpet, says Micron) and sent out some sort of therapy dog mind rays so kids and adults alike had no choice but to rub his awaiting belly. One simply cannot resist the Call of the Micron Belly. I've seen this phenomena too many times to discount it, you know. It's like seeing a double rainbow or something.
After touring the headquarters, Micron is now inspired to be a company mascot. Pick a brand, I tell him. Eukanuba already has Pawl Griffin as their VP of Canine Communications, so you should be thinking about another product.
We rule out Mr. Clean, because it's obviously not fair competition for the old guy. And in spite of those pearly white chiclets, Crest toothpaste is out too. I'm leaning towards the Swiffer family of products, because dog knows I sure go through boxes of 'em at my place.
The dog disagrees. Ah, he's right of course. Micron reminds me that he has a special, perhaps even symbiotic, relationship with Bounty. We know that, right? If you didn't have the two minute pleasure of seeing the mighty Micron in action on our previous Mutiny of the Bounty post, we have the video at the bottom for ya for an easy click.
|That appears to be an ear on top of his head. But I just|
can't figure out how it got there. No really, just look at it.
Hey Bounty, if you want to blow that lame faux lumberjack competitor out of the water, so to speak, we've got the perfect product spokesdog for you. Especially since that other brand had their mascot shave his beard to appeal to some neatnik demographic, I've completely lost interest in him. Our fella here is much better looking . . . and has a passion for the brand.
(Heads up there's a snappy music score with this. Just sayin' if your speakers are on)