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Random information on the term “Zinger”:
Zingers is a snack cake produced and sold by Dolly Madison and Hostess, snack food brands owned by Hostess Brands.
Zingers come in chocolate, vanilla, and raspberry flavors.
Chocolate and vanilla Zingers have a thick layer of icing on top with creamy non-dairy filling in the middle.Raspberry Zingers do not have icing on top but are instead covered in a mixture of shaved coconut and raspberry flavored syrup.
A series of commercials for Zingers used the Peanuts characters, with Snoopy playing the part of the mysterious “Zinger Zapper”; the thrust of the ads featuring the other characters attempting to discover his true identity by tempting him with Zingers. At least one of these commercials included the only time the Dolly Madison logo came to life (when she admonished the “Zinger Zapper” for trying to steal a Zinger in the last scene).
Zingers later introduced the Ecto-Cooler flavor in conjunction with the release of The Real Ghostbusters cartoon series. It featured a vanilla filling topped with a thick orange flavor icing. The entire cake was colored green to match the character Slimer from the series.
Random information on the term “QUIP”:
Quip (stylized as quip) is a Brooklyn, New York based company that provides oral care products and dental services online. It delivers products by mail, including electric toothbrush replacement heads and toothpaste, on a subscription basis every three months.
Quip was founded by industrial designers Simon Enever and Bill May in 2014. The concept for Quip stemmed from a discussion Enever had with his dentist regarding the large population of people who do not follow proper oral care. After a year of research and project development, the founders struggled to secure investors. Eventually Enever and May were introduced to a group of NYC investors who believed in their vision and were able to secure angel funding. Among the first investors were Ben Zises (Investor #1), Sam Zises, CEO of [L]earned Media and Aaron Zises who became Founding Advisors. Other first round investors included Evan Kraut of Milkbox Partners and Kal Vepuri. By February 2015, Quip was able to begin shipping the first version of its toothbrush.