I like puns.
I like marketing that uses word-play. It draws/sucks me in. Some people would argue that putting a pun into a business name is bad form. Au contaire. You only have to look at the success of such business as The Snuggle Inn, the Thistle Do Nicely scottish gift shop or the Lord of the Fries chip shop to know that puns = punch.
I like products with a good idea and a good heart.
I like products that are:
a.) useful and
b.) use every bit of the stuff that has gone into making them.
I've just found a product that meets all of the above criteria.
Toilet paper from Who Gives A Crap.
It's from some likely lads in Melbourne and having always been confounded by the overwhelming amount of quilted, dophin-embossed, scandinavian-forest-scented toilet paper on the supermarket shelves I've found something that works for me.
You might like to come home to a box of Who Gives A Crap toilet paper on your door step. I know I did. 48 rolls of more fun than you can poke something brown and sticky at.
And the best thing is. It is multi-purpose - the kids built a fortress (I resist saying fart-ress), a leaning tower of toilet rolls and an entire replica of the titanic.
(NB: Credit to the dogs. They are not mine but I didn't get any snaps of the creative genius that was happening at home)