Mom Was Right–it is Nice to Share

Three things that were sent to me this week that just seem to require sharing:

Singletease.com: Tee shirts created by some DC girls who have also noted the local phenomenon of men not approaching women in bars. Megan, Alison, and I are planning to get a few* and do some A/B testing on the messaging. Updates to follow.

A blast from the past: Popular Mechanics magazine reviews the top six computers available–in 1982. Ah, Apple II. I remember you from the West Middle School library. You were new and so cool, and I was the just a plain, shy girl hiding in the stacks. It’s amazing we met at all. Destiny?

WTF?: Clearly, this is for people who love their cats. A lot. And in a very special way.

* A cookie goes to the first person who can correctly guess which one I picked (slogan and color). Megan and Alison are not eligible to play. Shannon probably shouldn’t be, since we share one brain.

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6 thoughts on “Mom Was Right–it is Nice to Share

  1. I’m going with “looking for good pickup lines”, it’s the one I’d choose and good pickup lines (as well as bad ones) are always a source of entertainment.

    On another note, WTF? Either thought up be someone very twisted or very innocent!

  2. Well, everyone except Marlene gets half a cookie for being half-right. I did, of course, pick the library one, but in green — not pink or black, as suggested. (I did waffle about going against expectations and getting a different one, but well… the library one was just too “me” to resist.

  3. THANKS for writing about SingleTease on your site! We are just now reading your comment “Mom Was Right—it is Nice to Share.”

    The “support your local library, check me out” tee is one of my favorites too. It was one of the first shirts we market tested in our area. Kristin and I went to Carpool in Arlington and got ALOT of attention wearing our SingleTees. We had about 5 guys talking to us. One of them walked up to me and showed me his library card. How cute! :)

    I’m curious, do you have any stories wearing your library tee?
    We would love to hear from you!

    And, if you haven’t been to our site lately, check out our journey, DC to LA. We traveled cross-country in a little car with a big chocolate lab spreading the word about SingleTease. We had a tracking device connected to our website that pinpointed our position every hour. We met lots of great people and had fun writing a blog and sharing photos of our journey.

    Thanks again for sharing our product on your site!

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