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"Spaghetti rounds" AKA SpaghettiOs. Okay. LOL!

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i have never heard them called "spaghetti rounds" before, but my kids used to LOVE spaghetti O's when they were younger. my middle daughter STILL loves them. lol

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Re: "Spaghetti rounds" AKA SpaghettiOs. Okay. LOL!

When brand names of items are used on air, royalties sometimes have to be paid, so you'll notice a lot of variations in the naming of things. Other frequently used examples include "ziptop bags" and "chocolate coated candies." It can be quite entertaining!

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@loriqvc wrote:

When brand names of items are used on air, royalties sometimes have to be paid, so you'll notice a lot of variations in the naming of things. Other frequently used examples include "ziptop bags" and "chocolate coated candies." It can be quite entertaining!


 

 

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ohhhhhh thanks.....i was wondering what this thread was about......i guess this is it.

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@Sunshine45 - The "spaghetti rounds" were shown in one of the TSV Lock & Lock containers yesterday; that was the name Chris Pryme gave them.  Smiley Happy

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@loriqvc wrote:

When brand names of items are used on air, royalties sometimes have to be paid, so you'll notice a lot of variations in the naming of things. Other frequently used examples include "ziptop bags" and "chocolate coated candies." It can be quite entertaining!


Bingo. And my personal favorite, "hook and loop closure" instead of Velcro.

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I love spaghetti o’s; they were always one of the foods I carried in my tote bag when I worked 11-7.   

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They cannot use "brand names".  Sometimes when showing the air fryers they refer to "Tater Tots" by other names and sometimes they forget.   Many times they refer to "Cool Whip" though.