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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Zachary52902, Mar 19, 2004.
Mow Better, Mow Often, MOW BEAUTIFUL!!
The "often" part is going to cause problems for you. "mow regularly" may be a better option.
Sounded good 'till Locutus pointed that part out. Now I have to agree. "Often" might send the wrong message. Maybe "regularly".
1 to 10. . . .7. Pretty catchy. I like it.
I give it a 4. I just don't really like the ring to it.
8 for originality.
dont forget mow money
Sounds like your mimicking an uneducated black person.
hey duallyvette--cool it. my business name happens to be MowBetter. And I'm an uneducated white person.
I think I would give it a 0.01
I'm mow tired now than before I read it. lol