Condom winners! T-shirt slogans? Let’s hear ’em!

by singlemomseeking on July 10, 2008

Recently, I asked you to share your favorite kind of condom — and why.

Thanks to ONE Condoms, here are the three lucky winners:

Oh-so-honest “TheMatt” wins the 12-pack of Glowing Pleasures, “one to light the way.” His fav? Contempo Exotica Snugger Fit. (His last words were: “Good Gods, I can’t believe I’m saying this in a public forum…”

Melissa from Full Tilt Boogie will get the Pride Pack.

And QT Mama wins Mixed Pleasures.

Congrats and thanks for all the great info! Because it’s hot outside and I’m in a contest mood, I need your help brainstorming T-shirt slogans. (I plan to offer some sweet shirts here, soon!)

Of course, there’s the obvious:

Single Mom Seeking…

Single Dad Seeking…

This inspiration for this one goes to single mom blogger Kat Wilder, via a comment at Dad’s House, about online dating:

I went on and all I got was this lousy blog posting

How about a kid’s T-shirt?

Raised by proud single mama!

So, what will the best T-shirt slogan writer win?

Sweet Body Paints” from Babeland. Check it out: “Painting and drawing with these flavored, colored body paints is almost as much fun as….” (well, you know). Four pots in Lemon, Watermelon, Cherry and Blueberry, paintbrush included.

Bring on the slogans, let’s hear ’em.

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{ 25 comments… read them below or add one }

Kristiina September 29, 2008 at 11:36 am

I got carried away with all these posts with the topic condom 🙂

A very late contribution for this:
“Single moms/dads just do it better”

The famous Nike style…


Melissa LaMunyon August 5, 2008 at 4:34 pm

Rachel! Finding the condoms in the mail after coming home was a treat–I was so honored to have won! 🙂 Haha… What is a semi-straight married girl going to do with condoms “specifically designed for the sexual health of gay men”? I mean–how do you give condoms away? So far, the only purpose they’ve had is as a very awkward toy for my three year old.


QTMama July 11, 2008 at 9:49 am

*laugh* These are all so awesome!

Here is my contribution –

Think I’m Cute? Check Out My Mom/Dad!

Help! My Mom is Single and I need a break!

Ha, that’s all for now.


Dan July 11, 2008 at 6:25 am

FOrget the body paint…I want all that extra time CCD has.


singlemomseeking July 10, 2008 at 8:45 pm

Okay, who thinks that Crazy Computer Dad REALLY wants those flavored body paints??

LEM: I like that rhyme! “My Mom’s Single, You Should Mingle”

Amy: here’s to double meanings!


Legal Editor Mom July 10, 2008 at 7:22 pm

“Single Moms/Dads Rock!”


Legal Editor Mom July 10, 2008 at 7:20 pm

For a child’s t-shirt:

“My Mom’s (Dad’s) Single,
You Should Mingle”


“Product of an Awesome Single Mom/Parent”


Amy July 10, 2008 at 7:10 pm

To mimic a song that was popular in the 80’s.

“Single Moms Are Doin’ It For Themselves”

And that has a double meaning. (Which I now truly understand thanks to winning “Getting Off: A Woman’s Guide to Masturbation” from this website. Thanks again Rachel!)


Crazy Computer Dad July 10, 2008 at 6:07 pm

“Single Parents LOVE More”

“Single Parents do it ALL”

“Single Parents are more of Everything”

“Single Parents know how to PLAY”

“Single Parents tell great Bed Time Stories”

“Single Parents know how to to tuck you in”

“Single Parents Gone Wild”

“Single Parents PLAY better”

“Single Parents PLAY more”

“Single Parents have bigger Libidos”

“Single Parents can rock you to sleep”

“Single Parents are ready for action”

“Single Parents are Sexy”

“Single Parents will take care of you”

“Single Parent: Will work for babysitting”

“Single Parent: Kid for Rent”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and wants your number”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and they have my seal of approval”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single but they give me all the love I need”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single You should meet them”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and Perfect”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and Seeking”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and I’m glad [she/he]’s mine”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single but I’ll share”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single but they don’t have to be”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and needs a date”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and I love [her/him]”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and they make beautiful kids like me”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and we’re a package deal”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and accepting applications”

“My [Mom/Dad]’s Single and AWESOME!”

maybe I went a little overboard….


dadshouse July 10, 2008 at 6:02 pm

Kid T-shirt: “Ask My Mom Out”

QTMama – expired condoms are a single parent’s all-too-frequent nightmarish reality! lol


Dan July 10, 2008 at 2:41 pm

I’ve actually seen that shirt, but it said “I put the Sin in Single.”


Vinnie Sorce July 10, 2008 at 2:13 pm

Have to admit I do like Kat’s..


BlueBella July 10, 2008 at 1:37 pm

“My Mom’s/Dad’s HOT
& single!”


singlemomseeking July 10, 2008 at 1:17 pm

Kat, I’m a huge fan. You know that!

So, readers, what do you think?
“There’s a reason why sin is in single.”

(I love it!)


Kat Wilder July 10, 2008 at 11:41 am

Love the cookie slogans.

OK, how’s this:

“There’s a reason why sin is in single.”

And, as always when you mention me, I am grateful, thankful and humbled.


Dan July 10, 2008 at 9:39 am



singlemomseeking July 10, 2008 at 9:36 am

Yes, Vinnie, we will duke it out… over Single Dad Seeking.

This one is so classic: “Date my dad, he’s already wrapped around my finger…”

You go Dad!


Vinnie Sorce July 10, 2008 at 9:33 am

By the way, we’ll have to fight over Single Dad Seeking… LOL


Vinnie Sorce July 10, 2008 at 9:31 am

Date my dad, he’s already wrapped around my finger…

I love yours Dan!


singlemomseeking July 10, 2008 at 9:30 am

Dan: “Date single parents… they have cookies.” Maybe I’ll make it singular, just for you?

“Date a single dad… he has cookies.”

Rebs: I love this one! “If you think I’m awesome, you should meet my single mum.”

Matt, QT Mama, and Melissa: I’ve emailed you privately to get your info. Congrats!


singlemomseeking July 10, 2008 at 9:28 am

You are all SO creative!

I was sharing my kid T-shirt slogans with M this morning, on the way to camp, and she said, “Mommy, you’re not very good at these–”

Ah, c’mon. I liked this one: “Let’s play tag, I’m it!”

She made a face.


TheMatt July 10, 2008 at 8:44 am

Well, yay for me! I guess there is a purpose for honesty/self-imposed public humiliation!

I guess now the question is how do I get them…and when do they expire?


Dan July 10, 2008 at 8:04 am

Date single parents…they have cookies.


Rebs July 10, 2008 at 7:03 am

I’ve always wanted to print up a shirt that reads:

If you think I’m cute, you should meet my single mum.

Of course, given that I’m not sure I want my attractiveness compared to that of a pre-schooler, I thought this would be better:

If you think I’m awesome, you should meet my single mum.

Note the spelling of the term for the female parental unit. That’s how we roll in my house. It avoids the gifting of MOM-labelled tshatshke from well-meaning peeps.
And it also pays homage to my UK ancestry.

When The Mook was much wee-er than she is now and our lives revolved around serving her every need, the former Mister (then just The Mister) suggested making her a shirt that would read: Daddy’s my bitch.

Have clearly had too much coffee and am far too exciting about upcoming vaca. I’ll be over there, in the corner, muttering to the houseplants. Hey…if I live in an apartment, could I call them my apartmentplants…?


QTMama July 10, 2008 at 6:24 am

Wow! Thanks! I hope they don’t sit in my wallet till they expire … 😉


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