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Cottonelle ‘Name It!’ Overview & Best Names

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A few weeks ago I posted about the Cottonelle ‘Name It’ contest, and I think we had some great ideas flow through you all as my readers. I’m going to share some of the best submissions from the giveaway, because to be honest some of them were absolutely hilarious!


Amy O. suggested the routine be called “Happy Hiney” which made my day when I read it. I could picture this name being a hit with every person who has a sense of humor.

Carly suggested the routine be named “Clean Supreme” which would make every person feel great about their bathroom duties!

Jessica T. suggested a great name “Clean ‘n Mean” which is exactly how the Cottonelle care routine makes you feel after you use it. You can face the day with great confidence and comfort knowing you’re nice and refreshed.

Don’t forget to ‘Name It!’ yourself! It isn’t too late, so head on over to the Facebook page and submit your own personal name idea. This is such a fun way to get involved and use your creativity to help Cottonelle name their refreshing two step system.

We’ve been using this system for a while now, and one thing I have to say is how nice it has been to not worry about personal hygiene after using the restroom. Give it a try, I know you’ll be just as impressed as I am.

You’ll also have what Amy O. called a Happy Hiney!


I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Cottonelle. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.

About Nina Say

Nina Say is a full time Internet Marketing student at Full Sail University Online. She is the mother of two wonderful girls, married to her high school sweetheart and professional blogger. She also owns and operates Blog Friendly PR.


  1. Thanks Nina. I thought Happy Hiney was funny!

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