Derby #193: Catchy Slogans for Everyday Products
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mmmm pie charts

mmmm pie charts
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clarinerd


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In 1801 William Playfair is said to have invented the pie chart, and ever since people have been wishing for more pie and less charts. And don't let me get started on doughnut charts.

beninjax


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GMV -- I need to buy many many of these right away.

odysseyroc


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I really like the idea and even the drawing of the pie, but the layout is a bit "clunky". voted anyway





clarinerd


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odysseyroc wrote:I really like the idea and even the drawing of the pie, but the layout is a bit "clunky". voted anyway


Thanks for the comment odroc! I was going for a slightly powerpointesque look, which I guess is inherently a bit clunky, but I can see how you wouldn't want to overdo that aspect so that it's still visually appealing enough to wear.

lucky1988


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excellent, I want some pie now!

CapSea


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Ah, reminded me of this:

http://www.someecards.com/2011/03/14/the-simplest-pie-chart

MathUhhhSaurus


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This is amazing! :D

Examine Bindle of Carrots.
What Bindle of Carrots?

maddy2005


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i LOVE this shirt... but i've never bought a pie chart, because it's not a product.

clarinerd


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maddy2005 wrote:i LOVE this shirt... but i've never bought a pie chart, because it's not a product.


I'm glad you like it! As for the the on-topicness, I believe that this is on topic for the following reasons:

1: In many on the rejected entries the rejection reason is that it's not an everyday product/object/thing. Pie charts can definitely be tangible object/things. I think I can go as far as saying that they are object/things that some may wish to promote with a slogan so that they are used more often. Where might you buy said pie charts? Well, I haven't gone through the yellow pages, but it is not inconceivable that there are companies specializing in creating charts for business meetings and such. In fact I'm sure that there are places like that. In the pre-derby thread it was clarified that they need to be everyday products and not necessarily everyday purchases (I believe leaves was the example used). So even if you have never personally bought a pie chart, you could set up a shop that sells pie charts.

2: Pie is definitely a real product. (and the pie chart in the image is made of pie.)

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