No Name Comes Through With Hilarious ‘Products’ For Self-Isolation Life
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After what feels like several years of physical distancing and self-isolation, one of Canada’s favourite brands has stepped-in to help get us all equipped. If you’ve been worrying about your haircut, or your cat keeps invading your Zoom meetings, don’t worry! Thanks toyour stay-at-home prayers just got answered.
After launching way back in 1987, the distinctively yellow Canadian brand has become a familiar staple in almost every household.
Most popular for their humorous and direct approach to advertising, and their extremely competitive prices, No Name is actually considered by some people to be one of the
Thankfully, during these times of hardship, No Name is on hand to provide some much needed laughs, with the help of their brand new range of stay-at-home isolation “products.”
Whether you'rein need of a new background for your virtual meetings, or simply need help washing your hands, No Name has got your back.
In classic No Name style, the company sent out a very simple tweet about their first new ‘product,’ which sadly, doesn’t seem to come in a physical form.
Sharing the message, “for home meetings,” they introduced their first downloadable background, which is very on-brand in bright yellow.
If you’ve been looking for a discreet-but-not-really-discreet new background for your from-home meetings, honestly look no further.
Another dilemma that many of us are facing in our new lifestyle is "to trim or not to trim?"
Thankfully, No Name has answered this question for us, by providing an extremely helpful and professional “haircutting guide.”
As their “helpful template” has been shared on Twitter, it’s free for anybody to use.
Honestly, what could possibly go wrong?
Finally, if you've been struggling to thing of songs to sing while washing your hands, or if you're finding it difficult to remember to keep cleaning for 20 seconds, No Name has got you.
They've created a handy little 20 second timer on their Twitter account, to ensure Canadians are getting their hands as clean as they possibly can.
Simply asking people to "stay safe," the company shared their little isolation timer, which, again, is totally free.
Of course, as well as their new virtual creations, No Name has a number of normal items that should be on your stay-at-home shopping list.
As well as offeringthey also have their very own range of toilet paper. While probably it should be on the essentials list!
They also once offered a very on-brand range of clothes merch, but it
If you can’t get your hands on all of your favourite No Name products right now, at least these ridiculous isolation essentials will keep you going!