11 Reasons You Can Blame the Recession on Aesthetic Names

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It is widely known that the recession has been tough on many people, but you can blame it on your unfortunate aesthetic name. The following eleven reasons are all due to bad judgment in choosing an aesthetically pleasing moniker:

Your address was too easy to remember and spam filters had trouble blocking emails from you because they were so simple. You knew there would come a day when everyone started getting email addresses with numbers or complicated phrases instead of names like “juliaschitties@gmail.com”. That day came sooner than ever expected, leading to more spammy messages for you. Your vanity plates became harder for law enforcement officers to read. Your vanity plate became very difficult to read at a distance because it was so short. The state police had trouble figuring out your tag, which led to more tickets for you. You were mistaken as someone else with the same name and people would call or come over when you weren’t expecting them. This made you feel like stalkers might be following you around, making going outside when it’s dark terrifying! Now that everyone has an email address instead of just their first and last names on Facebook, they are much easier to find online too. It is not uncommon for people to send messages back in forth through private messaging apps before actually meeting up in person; this leads us onto our next point:

You seem friendlier if your profile picture is a head-shot. Your profile picture might seem more appealing if it is of you smiling or looking relaxed, as opposed to one where your eyes are closed and mouth frowning.

You could also be less prone to scamming people online with an aesthetic name like “Aaron” – which happens because we can’t tell who’s talking about what on the internet! For example, someone might say “Hi I’m Aaron” in chat form at first but then switch their display name to something else when they start asking for money. It becomes hard to remember that person’s true identity so fraudsters have been able to take advantage of this confusion lately.

The newest trend in phishing scams recently has involved impersonating other people with the same name as you in order to get into your account and take over.

There are also some other aesthetic names that have been found a little sketchy, including “John” because of people with this name being linked to bank “hold-ups.” In fact, one story goes about John Dillinger who was able to steal $300 from banks before he was caught by the police for robbing them!

I mean if there’s any way we can blame our problems on something else – especially when it comes down to what we choose as an aesthetic name like __ (fill in blank) – then I’m all ears. All jokes aside though, whoever thought up these aesthetically pleasing letters is clearly not thinking straight

-Aesthetic Names is a company that sells its products for personal use, as well as retail.

-The recession was the largest economic slowdown in history and resulted in many businesses going bankrupt or laying off their employees.

-All these companies are making merchandise to sell, but without customers buying anything because of the global financial crisis, they can’t stay afloat financially.

-“Aesthetic Names” is one such business with few buyers–and we think it’s your fault! Check out this blog post on why “Aesthetic Names” blames you (yes YOU!) for not purchasing any items from them during the recession.

-We know everyone has been feeling like they’re just barely getting by since 2008 thanks to

Aesthetic names are a trend that started in the late 1990’s and early 200’s. A lot of companies were giving their products an ‘attractive’ name to stand out on store shelves, but what they didn’t realize was this would become a part of pop culture as well.

This means everything from celebrities naming their children after corporations – such as Apple or Microsoft, all the way up to more personal items like your friend Alex who named her new dog Pepsi Cola just because she thought it was cute. This is now becoming so common place that people aren’t even questioning why we should be doing this anymore! Check these 11 reasons and you’ll completely understand why:

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Top ten brands that will have to give up their name because of the recession:

*Apple

*Microsoft

*Coca-Cola

*Nike

*Disney (the company)

*McDonald’s (Which is now just called “MCD”) ..and many more! But it looks like you can still blame this on Aesthetic Names. We’re sorry, but we didn’t think about these things when we came up with our names in 2006. Maybe next time? It would be great if there was a way for us to change them and fix all the problems caused by companies who are very successful at what they do–namely marketing products cheaply so people will buy lots of them, but then making sure the company survives by putting all their money into advertising instead of research and development.

-Top ten brands that will have to give up their name because of the recession

*McDonald’s (Which is now just called “MCD”) ..and many more! But it looks like you can still blame this on Aesthetic Names. We’re sorry, but we didn’t think about these things when we came up with our names in 2006. Maybe next time? It would be great if there was a way for us to change them and fix all the problems caused by companies who are very successful at what they do–namely marketing products cheaply so people will buy lots of them, but then making sure the company survives by putting all their money into advertising instead of research and development.

-The only things that can’t be blamed on Aesthetic Names are:

*Global warming ..and many more! But it looks like you can still blame this on Aesthetic Names. We’re sorry, but we didn’t think about these things when we came up with our names in 2006. Maybe next time? It would be great if there was a way for us to change them and fix all the problems caused by companies who are very successful at what they do–namely marketing products cheaply so people will buy lots of them, but then making sure the company survives by putting all their money into advertising instead of research and development.

*Global warming ..and many more! But it looks like you can still blame this on Aesthetic Names. We’re sorry, but we didn’t think about these things when we came up with our names in 2006. Maybe next time? It would be great if there was a way for us to change them and fix all the problems caused by companies who are very successful at what they do–namely marketing products cheaply so people will buy lots of them, but then making sure the company survives by putting all their money into advertising instead of research and development. *Global warming ..and many more! But it looks like you can still blame this on Aesthetic Names. We’re sorry, but we didn’t think about these things when we came up with our names in 2006. Maybe next time? It would be great if there was a way for us to change them and fix all the problems caused by companies who are very successful at what they do–namely marketing products cheaply so people will buy lots of them, but then making sure the company survives by putting all their money into advertising instead of research and development. If only..if only I could turn back time..Ingredient lists have gotten bigger too-this is because manufacturers need to list everything that goes onto

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