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April 21, 2011


In the suit, filed on Monday, California-based winery Clos Lachance Wines asked the court to declare that its "Mommyjuice" does not violate the trademark of "Mommy's Time Out," which is marketed by a New Jersey distributor.

(Thanks to Marc and Ralph)


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"Mommy needs her juice. Now go watch TV and let her rest."

The wines don't seem creepy, that is, until you wonder if they substituted Michael, or Jesus, for
the word "mommy'.

Then it starts sounding creepy.

And if mommy can't juggle her life, she needs help.
Not wine.

Now write on the board 100 times, winerys, the following: "We will not get mommy blitzed before her time."

Soon to be sold in snack-pack boxes.

Mommy prefers a more robust bouquet.

I'm guessing the marketing dept at Jim Bean is coming up with a "Daddy Juice" product as we read this.

LeDud, Daddy already came with his juice -- that's why Mommy needs her time out.

So Marc and Ralph are lawyers, too.

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