But, the inside joke here is that DP refers to a type of, let's say, sexual position. You can read about it in any of wiki articles here
And yes, in the following trilogy episodes, I did notice M&T using BP/DP interchangeably for some reason, which was confusing to me
Lauren0117 wrote:If anyone could answer this question I would greatly appreciate it. Why do they keep switching back and forth between saying dp and bp oil?
No reason. Just like there's no reason for anyone to refer to Fedex Office as Kinko's except that that's what it was once.
When a company changes their name, there is a customer's point of view and the company's point of view.
With FedEx Office, FedEx actually bought Kinko's. From a customer's point of view (pov) it's still Kinko's. But from the new owner's pov, it's FedEx Office. FedEx (to my knowledge of what I've seen in ads and such) never refer to FedEx Office as Kinko's. Maybe in the beginning, something like formerly Kinko's, but not now.
But in the Coon and Friends trilogy, BP deliberately changed their name to DP to make the situation sound not as bad as it was. I can see the customer's pov still calling DP BP, but as it was the company itself who changed the name I don't think from the company's pov DP would ever want to be referred to as BP again. But as the OP was referring to, it was the company, not the customers (or even others) who interchanged BP/DP. This is what makes no sense to me. It is the company interchanging BP/DP after the company changed the name to DP.
It's not pedophilia if they should be your age by now.
I felt like an idoit after that.
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