The Colgate Palmolive Co. and GlaxoSmithKline PLC are in a legal battle over the right to use a "nurdle", a wave-shaped toothpaste blob that sits on a toothbrush head, on their toothpaste packages. Colgate spokesperson Oral Cankersore filed this statement: "The Glaxo people need to brush up on the law because their lawsuit against us has no teeth. Frankly, I'm at a floss for words because I feel that they are trying to Fleecy us - I wish they would get a Poli-Grip on themselves and stop mouthing off". Glaxo spokesperson Ginger Vitis, a well-drilled lawyer from Ajax commented, "Colgate has lost Contac with reality. They're far too Sensodyne about the nurdle issue and their lawsuit is gumming up the works. Maybe our original lawsuit hurt their fillings but, as far as I'm concerned, they've bitten off more than they can chew". Colgate President Arthur Dontix has placed a gag order on anyone talking to the media, staing that 'Tum's the word'.