Tony Blair, the former British PM would market Colgate's latest range of toothpastes. At a glittering ceremony in New York today, Blair told reporters that he'd always believed it was his mission to show his assets for a toothpaste ad. But due to his responsibilities as a PM, he said, he was unable to use toothpaste for the last 10 years. 'I was so used to the Brown-Push instead', he (ex)claimed.
Little known is the fact that the mathematical genius Gordon Brown, his former colleague and the current PM, had invented an injection that can be used for cleansing purposes. It is called the 'Brown-Push' and is manufactured by a small company near Glasgow.
Asked about the reason for this change, Blair said, "The Brown-Push can have its side-effects after sometime especially for those in the later periods of incumbency. And to be honest with you, I felt the hand of history…behind my back."