Class Notes - 04/18/2015

4/18/2015 - Class Notes

This class we are going to be discussing multiple things from the textbook. Re-read some of the sections you discussed later to make sure you understand all of it. Over at DormStormer we hope that this has helped bail you out of trouble. In order to get back to the site once the teacher goes away, simply hit the close button at the top right next to comments and share. If you are the teacher and reading this, cut the kid a break - if your class was more interesting this would have never happened in the first place.

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23 Condom Wrappers That Get Marketing Majors Excited (18 pics)

Hopefully these will be the only thing she's laughing at when you whip one out.

May 4, 2013 • Tags: , • Posted Under: College Life, Randomness

#1 i-will-not-be-your-father

#2 big-ben-condom

#3 one-eyed-monster-condom

#4 one-great-ride

#5 i-said-no-condom

#6 one-time-at-band-camp-condom

#7 one-condoms

#8 nike-just-do-it-condom

#9 monster-energy-condom

#10 one-shall-not-pass

#11 perfect-fit

#12 one-great-catch

#13 come-in-and-carry-on

#14 mange-ma-baguette

#15 banana-condom

#16 bang-one

#17 funny-condoms

#18 want-one-condom


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  • These are great. But the wrappers aren’t what gets me excited! I think more companies, not just condom companies, should look to create packaging like this because its great for marketing. Too many companies think that marketing is just paying for advertising or buying fans (see how many firms are listed at alone) when marketing is all about having some empathy and reaching out to people on a more personal live. But a big part of marketing is making people smile and that’s where high quality design like this is a really big part of what any company should be looking at doing. I especially liked the joke about the one-eyed monster, but all of them are quite good.

  • I will always resent how people want us to have ‘safe sex’ with condoms but then make them expensive. I always hated how you pay a lot of money for a pack of 3 condoms in late-night stores.
    It’s hypocritical; it’s making money off what should be a human right to safety.

    My girlfriend points out to me that making contraception/std prevention ‘hip’ cannot be a bad thing. Fine. I try not to argue with her, it never ends.

    But have we ever made contraception both free AND easily available at all times? Instead of packaging it in a more exciting way. Seriously, I’d really prefer free condoms.

    Maybe then we can change the slogan from ‘one’ to another value – a value that doesn’t appear to be mocking us while describing how many times we can have sex without paying for more contraception.