It's a way of making people talk.
A new manicure salon in Ohio raises its double meaning, but that's exactly what the owner wanted to do.
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"In less than a week, I think the whole country knows our existence," said Dawn Moon, owner of Hand Job Nails & Spa in Perkins Township, during an interview with WOIO.
"If you go there and have your nose done, it's called a nose job, right? Well, you come in and you do your hand. You think of something like that and you do not know if you'll ever do it, but I did it, "she added.
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The cantonal zoning director claims to have received complaints about the name of the company Moon, but the company claims that it has obtained a license and plans to keep the name of its business as is. She also stated that her clients and her staff seemed to enjoy the cheerful name.
However, the city would consider the zoning approval of the fair's outdoor signage, according to WOIO.
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This is not the first time a store faces a setback for having a cheeky name. In January, New Hampshire's Pho Keene Great restaurant was branded as offensive and charged with violating the terms of its lease with the city.
However, after a bit of battle, the restaurant, due to open in March, was allowed to retain its title.