I Need A Slogan.

Girl on the Contrary
This is a girl who needs a slogan. She's clearly too cool for school.

Yesterday I was thinking about how I need a slogan. I want to be *known* for something and even though I get about 1,000 searches a month on the term “douche-bag”, I can hardly lay claim to it being my slogan. I just overuse it, which is not the same thing. It all comes back to me needing a slogan. The thing is, I’m having trouble choosing one. So, as in all my major life choices, I’m turning to you, my gorgeous readers for guidance. Here are a few I’ve been bouncing around inside my noggin.

It’s all muppets and tampons. This gem was given to me by none other than Clay from EduClaytion.com. He rules. Also, this may be the best description of my blog I’ve ever heard.

I should be embarrassed, but I’m not. It’s funny because it’s true.

Where ghost hunting meets feminism. I’m not even sure what that means but it seems like a pretty good explanation of my blog.

I got your crazy right here. It kind of sounds like something De Niro would say.

I shake it your way. I’ll admit it, this is a line from one of my favorite songs, but it also totally applies.

Anyway, that’s what I’ve been thinking about, you know, when I haven’t been trying to save the world using only a paperclip and a scrunchie. What do you, my genius and never-erring readers think? Any other suggestions? Because I fully recognize that you guys are about a gajillion times funnier than me.

43 thoughts on “I Need A Slogan.

  1. Ok, don’t ask but I was watching videos of people doing “single ladies” on youtube and one of the comments I read reminded me of this pressing question of yours about your slogan…the comment went “mental illness is alive and well” and I thought, “hey, that’s some slogan for GotC!” Now, you have “I got your crazy right here” which sounds a lot like that so I think you should definitely go with that one! πŸ™‚

  2. I like the end of your post.. “saving the world with only a paperclip and scrunchie..”

    Thought it sounded unique, even if it was just what you have been doing besides your blog.. you know, put it all together..

  3. Oh, GotC, your slogan needs to be as divine as you are! I do like Clay’s and the De Niro-esque one, but I’m thinking more along the lines of, “Contrary to popular belief, my blog…” and then fill in the blank, e.g., “…cures the uncommon cold.”

  4. thillegonds says:

    I’m a pretty big fan of “I’ve got your crazy right here.” I actually think my mom might have said that to me once…probably right before she climbed up on the sink to pee. ANYWAY, first time hereβ€”came from the Spinster blogβ€”and definitely won’t be my last. Holla!

  5. “Global Internet Domination – One awkward moment at a time.”

    “Per aspera ad astra? Non…. Per pullus fricta ad astra!”

    Translation: “Through hardship to the stars? No… Through fried chicken to the stars!” (Actual Latin scholars will undoubtedly get their panties in a bunch over my lack of linguistic skill. Cut me some slack. I’m a Dog Catcher.)

    “GotC – These aren’t your Momma’s Dance Moves.”

    “It’s a life experience blog. It’s a humor blog. It’s two blogs in one!”

    “Cuter than a speckled pup.”

    “She’s got legs…. and knows how to use them.” Ok,… I totally stole that one from ZZ Top.

    1. Oh! I love the idea of having a slogan in latin, I feel like it would add some class to this blog.

      Also, I’m pretty sure ZZ Top wrote that song about me because I’m quite an accomplished walker. πŸ˜‰

  6. I went with “Just because it’s in print doesn’t mean it’s intelligent…” for my blog; I kind of like having a slogan that doubles as a disclaimer. It saves time.

    What about “I’m all that and a blog of chips” or “Douche bags are Google’s problem, not mine”?

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