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Doodle Mug Design Contest: Scheduling without Doodle is like … #DoodleMug

We want to create a (our first!) Doodle Mug, and we’d like your help! Our team will be designing the mug, but we need suggestions for the text that will be on it. There will be two mugs:

Mug “w/”:
“Scheduling with Doodle is like ___________”

Mug “w/o”:
“Scheduling without Doodle is like ___________”

If you have some clever ideas for one or both of those phrases, then we want to hear from you!

To submit your suggestion, please send a tweet using the hashtag #DoodleMug and cc @doodletweet and tell us what it is. The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2014, and we’ll announce the two winners shortly after that time. Each winner will receive a $250 Amazon.com gift card, a 1-year Premium Doodle Solo account, and — of course — a free set of mugs. Both winners will also have their Twitter account names included somewhere in the design, and the mugs will be available for anyone who would like to purchase one.

We can’t wait to see your suggestions!

Scheduling with or without Doodle

54 comments on “Doodle Mug Design Contest: Scheduling without Doodle is like … #DoodleMug

  1. Can I e-mail my suggestions? They are: “Scheduling with Doodle is a doddle”, and “Scheduling without Doodle is a muddle”

  2. Angie Strait

    Scheduling without Doodle is like a sandwich without the bread

  3. Susan Atkins

    Scheduling with Doodle – Is Simply Schedoodling

  4. Susan Atkins

    Scheduling with out Doodle – is just Shedding

  5. Mug “w/”:
    “Scheduling with Doodle is like sending a message in a bottle. Exciting”
    Mug “w/o”:
    “Scheduling without Doodle is like joggling
    pool balls”

  6. Lucie Sandel

    Scheduling without Doodle is like those circular conversations, “I don’t know. When do YOU want to do it?” Argh!
    Scheduling with Doodle is like having your own assistant when you are the lowest man on the totem pole.

  7. Scheduling without Doodle is like a baby without a diaper!

  8. Jessica Slavin

    Scheduling without Doodle is like a party where only the rhinoceroses showed up, and they brought friends.

  9. Jessica Slavin

    Scheduling with Doodle is like: ducks in a row.

  10. Aftab Ansari

    I think it is the best tool. Without it, scheduling will be just too complex

  11. Sally Russell

    Scheduling with Doodle makes play time out of arranging meetings.

    Scheduling without Doodle is like herding cats!

  12. Scheduling with Doodle is like “ya know” the “best ever”, OMG

    Scheduling without Doodle is like a room with 25 toddlers having a temper tantrum all at once.

  13. Everybuddy has his DOODLE.
    Without Doodle, it’s like having no access to Facebook:)

  14. Bud Brainerd

    Scheduling with Doodle is a dream.

    Scheduling without Doodle is a nightmare.

  15. Thomas Bihl

    Scheduling with Doodle is like if all people would agree and speak with one voice only.
    Scheduling without Doodle is like getting an administrative paper by running from desk to desk.

  16. Peter Tetteroo

    Doodle scheduling is essential in today’s world of global business and flex working.

  17. sam lashlee

    Scheduling 5 events without Doodle is like
    10: count = 0
    20: Print “schedule”
    30: count = count + 1
    40: if count<5 goto 20
    50: end

  18. Kerri ward

    Scheduling without Doodle is like letting a kitten loose on a ball of wool!

  19. Jinwon Kim

    Mug “w/”:
    “Scheduling with Doodle is like _” Sensual Consent________”

    Mug “w/o”:
    “Scheduling without Doodle is like ___” Forever Dinosaur________”

  20. Scheduling with Doodle is like having all your contacts on the same party line.
    Scheduling without Doodle is like using a megaphone to get everyone together.

  21. Cee Gordon

    Scheduling with Doodle is like satin sheets

    Scheduling without Doodle is like herding cats

  22. Scheduling without Doodle is like trying to move a herd of cats all in the same direction.
    Scheduling with Doodle is like have a laser light pointer to move that herd of cats with in the same direction.

  23. Doodle schduling life source
    No Doodle schduling die

  24. Heru Bryan

    Scheduling with doodle “Save time.”
    Scheduling without doodle is “A ship without a rudder”.

  25. Yevetta Rainey

    My submission is: Doodle and Get it Done

  26. Scheduling with Doodle is seeing the finish line.
    Scheduling without Doodle is like a dog chasing its own tail

  27. Yevetta Rainey

    Scheduling with Doodle, and your worries go….Toodles

  28. Phil Caisley

    Scheduling without Doodle is like wading through treacle

  29. Phil Caisley

    Scheduling with Doodle is like getting your life back

  30. “Scheduling with Doodle is like walk in the park”

    “Scheduling without Doodle is like walk in the mud”

  31. Scheduling with Doodle is done in a minute!

  32. Scheduling without Doodle is like not wearing an oxygen tank when going deep sea diving.
    Scheduling with Doodle is like when your smart phone finally senses you touching it.

  33. Kelly Saefong

    Scheduling with Doodle is like Yankee Doodle having a toaster strudel.

    Scheduling without Doodle is like a poodle eating your bowl of noodles.

  34. Scheduling with Doodle is like a fine tuned piano being part of an orchestra.
    or:
    Scheduling with doodle is like Santana playing the guitar. You JUST KNOW it’s him because it is is awesomely balanced.

    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like sitting in a corner while the world turns, lonely and frustrating.
    or:
    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like not scheduling at all.

  35. Scheduling with Doodle is like a well-tuned piano in a symphony.
    or:
    Scheduling with Doodle is like Santana, you know it’s him because of the impeccable style.

    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like sitting in the corner while the world turns… lonely and frustrating.
    or:
    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like not scheduling at all.
    or:
    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like nails scratching a chalkboard.

  36. Danielle Purcell

    Scheduling with Doodle is amazingly easy and painless!

  37. Sameer Samuel

    walking in a jungle

  38. John Adamsen

    scheduling with doodle is a blessing
    scheduling without doodle is a damnation

  39. John Adamsen

    correction: scheduling without doodle is a curse

  40. Scheduling without Doodle is like caboodle

  41. Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like using drums and smoke signals

    Scheduling with Doodle is like cutting and spreading warm butter
    Scheduling with Doodle is like cutting and eating cake

  42. Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like going on a date where the lady shows up with another guy…

    Scheduling WITH Doodle is like getting your team to be first on a hill of pristine powder snow…

  43. Linda White

    Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like hell on earth

  44. Scheduling WITHOUT Doodle is like performing surgery with a spoon. Just plain Painful.

  45. Scheduling WITH Doodle is like eating cheesecake, smooth and delightful.

  46. Scheduling without Doodle is like playing the guitar with mittens on.

  47. Scheduling without Doodle is like a mug without coffee!

  48. Scheduling without Doodle means that we can all easily finish the book before the bookclub meeting. Scheduling with Doodle means we see our friends before we hit the last page.

  49. Scheduling without Doodle is like running without any shoes.

  50. Scheduling with Doodle is like using your favourite email client
    Scheduling without Doodle is like an email without a body

    Scheduling with Doodle is like watching your TV, just simply turn on and choose the right program
    Scheduling without Doodle is like your TV without a remote control

  51. Scheduling with Doodle is like that quick piece of art you just drew Scheduling without Doodle is a blank piece of paper

  52. debbie miller

    scheduling with Doodle is like having MoM do it
    scheduling without Doodle is like trying to do it YOURSELF

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