Some Such Name
  The Army Of Principles
While packing for his final departure from Bombay towards Cairo, I was following Dan around the apartment so we could talk as much as possible. On reaching the bathroom, he handed me an almost-empty soap bottle - PURE-CASTILE SOAP, the Peppermint variety. At first I declined, and then my gaze fell on the label, which was crammed with exclaiming text. The more I read, the more I convulsed with laughter. Finally, I brought the bottle home with me as a souvenir. The author of this text, Soapmaker Dr. Bronner, is now a heavenly bubble. His eleventh spasm, er, psalm:

11th: Essene, Chinese and other birth control methods must reduce birth or Easter Isle type overpopulation destroys God's Spaceship Earth!

You can download a PDF of the various, hilarious labels here.

India, Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland - 5/201 countries represented so far. And counting....

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