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Don’t Harsh My Mellow

May 3, 2010

“Don’t Harsh My Mellow” is an already used phrase that is making its way to your household.  It has different meanings for everyone but in general it means:  don’t disrupt my comfortable feeling of being at ease.  It’s already been used in T.V. shows like Two and a Half Men, The Office, Gary Unmarried and 30 Rock.  You can also do a search on MySpace and Twitter and find thousands of uses a day in countless profiles.

Don’t Harsh My Mellow, LLC jumped on the scene in 2007 with a positive attitude and creative uses for the terminology.  We have now teamed up with some talented artists to create a new look for this old concept.

Recently, we’ve launched a new bridal line with cute hand-drawn graphics done by a well known tattoo artist from Chicago. This line is perfect for the stressed-out bride to wear throughout the exciting period of planning a wedding and going on the honeymoon.  The phrases used for the bridal line are Don’t Harsh My Wedding Plans™ and Don’t Harsh My Honeymoon™.  They are currently available on www.DontHarshMyMellow.com and will be in retail stores this year.

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One Comment
  1. steph70atl permalink

    Does anyone remember the tv show “Boston Common”? From back in the mid-90’s? That was the first time I ever heard a form of the phrase used. Boyd, the lead character made a statement something like, “Tasha, you’re really harshing my mellow here!” Just thought I’d share, cause we’ve been using it in my household ever since. 🙂 LOVE all the merchandise!!

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