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Be Careful of Names

Be Careful of Names

Once there was an American man who was trying to invent a new candy bar. He tried and tried with no success. Eventually he met an Estonian who was trying to do the same with no success.
The two men decided to put their formulas together and come up with an entirely new formula.
After much trial and error of pressing the two formulas together, they finally came up with a product they both thought was dynamite.
The American said: This is great! What shall we name our candy bar? The Estonian’s accent was so heavy, the American misunderstood him. The Estonian said Damn if I know and the American thought he had said Dynamo. They submitted the formula to the proper authorities. They gave them a sample and it was ready to go. Their paper work was excellent. The American put everything down with the exception of a name. The American called the Estonian and ask him what was the name he had given the candy bar. The Estonian said: I told you, damn if I know. The authorities wrote down “Damn if I Know”
A christian little boy went to the local grocery store with his christian mother. While they were shopping; the little boy reminded his mother, she said if he had been good, she would buy him a candy bar. The mother, a woman of her word, told the child to pick a candy bar. The grocery man attempting to be helpful told the little boy to try the new candy bar just off of the truck that morning. The little christian boy did just that.
The candy bar was beyond his wildest dream of imagination good. The little boy said: Yum, yum, this is good! His christian mother asks: What did you get? The little boy looked at the wrapping on the  candy bar and said Damn if I know.
After two weeks, when the little boy awoke from his coma, he vowed never to buy that candy bar again. The candy bar soon went off the market because no parent would buy the candy bar or allow their child/children to buy it.