Look. If you’re gonna bleach your product (in this case, Funndo-Kinn salad dressing) with a little yoga in order to move units, at least take a cue from the Japanese and create something that makes people feel uncomfortable in the best way possible:
I love the little yoga mat and crow pose broccoli. Makes me wanna snuggle something.
One thing to note about this style of Funndo-Kinn salad dressing is the insane attention to detail that goes into producing the contents of each and every bottle:
“‘Pure Meito 1/2 Japanese Dressing (Oil Half) 270ml’ is a Japanese style dressing which uses the soy sauce ripened by Kitaru for three years for the basic ingredients as for the domestic soybean and wheat. It is made with onions grown in Japan, hand chopped one by one.“
Damn! And, it’s only six bucks! Although, you could get two-and-a-half bottles of Annie’s Goddess Dressing for that price, put it in a giant seashell, serve it with some crackers, and make everyone’s life at the party just that much more sassy.
Just make sure you serve it with more than four crackers. Why? ‘Cause guess who’s coming to the potluck? None other than your average Japanese robot baby….
That, interestingly enough, does a little yoga…
And, happens to be ridiculously gigantic….
Peeped this over at Not Yoga.
yoga bleaching: 1. a form of marketing in which yoga or an image of yogic lifestyle is used to make an otherwise unrelated product appear to be in line with yogic principles. 2. the act of using yoga or an image of yogic lifestyle to sell an unrelated product. 3. a form of spin or marketing intended to deceive consumers into believing that a product is related to yogic practice or theory when in fact it is not.