The Great Supersuit Giveaway

7 Mar

ednaDorkdaddy, Edna Mode and the good people at T-shirts.com have partnered up to get a couple of you dork-readers outfitted in the latest supersuits. In exchage for a little promotion on this blog, T-shirts.com has graciously offered two free T-shirts to be given away to DorkDaddy.com readers. This entire blog is about celebrating the dork in everyone, particularly as it applies to raising children. By sharing dorky traditions with our children, we pass along our values, hobbies and interests to the next generation in one fell superman-esque swoop. So let your Dork-Flag fly, stand up proud and let it be known to the world:

What makes you a SuperDork, and how do you share your dork-powers for good with the children in your life?

To enter the contest simply scroll down to Edna’s super-computer at the bottom of this post and enter your vital statistics. Tell us how you share your dorkiness with your kids, nieces, nephews or any member of the future generation of geekdom (if we’re doing our jobs right, there should be many options!). DorkDaddy.com will accept entries through Sunday, March 31 and share the best entries in a blog post all to itself. Two winners will be selected, each of whom will get a certificate for a free shirt of their choice from T-Shirts.com. Sadly, the offer is only available to United States residents.

Here is just the smallest sampling of all the options available. Head on over to T-shirts.com for a viewing of the entire collection.

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PREPARE TO SUBMIT TO BIOMETRIC SCAN FOR CONTEST ENTRY

**PLEASE LEAN CLOSER TO YOUR MONITOR FOR RETINAL SCAN**

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Please submit credentials and vital statistics.

-Dork Dad

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  1. Terrible Twos | Dorkdaddy.com - June 25, 2013

    […] toe into that universe this year as well. T-Shirts.com approached me first, which lead to “The Great Super Suit Giveaway”. Then, some months later, I was approached by an advertising exec. representing Pringles. They […]

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