Happy Friday the 13th! This Is What We’re Up To Today . . .

Ah, Friday—finally. Other than being the first in line to watch Beauty and the Beast in 3D tonight, we don’t really have any big plans. We may jot a bit in our I’m Going to Die Journal or thumb through our Complete Manual of Things That Might Kill You or name more of our products that associate with fear because …

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Trish Abbot, VP of Brand Development! It’s Our “In It for the Money” Feature!

For our weekly “In It for the Money” feature, we’ll be introducing you to the kick-ass Knock Knockers who make everything go, from creative to sales to logistics to . . . everything! Note—everybody answers the first five questions. After that, they have about fifteen wild-card questions from which to choose. 1. Name and title? Trish Abbot, VP Brand Development 2. …

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Meet Your Fellow FOKKer, Erika! It’s Our “Friendly Fridays” Feature!

Erika fully recognizes her Knock Knock Pad addiction. We're here for you, Erika.

We’re number one fans of our fans. (We’re sure you know how much you contribute to our existence.) So we want to thank you all with a column dedicated to you: “Friendly Fridays”! Twice a month, we will be featuring a certain friend and their Knock Knock stuff-related stories. FOKKer: Erika Santa Cruz. Location: Murrieta, California. Occupation: I am currently …

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The Very Best To-Do Lists of All Time! (Part Two) It’s the Winners of the Our First Blog Contest!

Like I said yesterday, I was so moved by the entries to our very first blog competition that I couldn’t stand to choose. Rest assured that future competitions will be completely cutthroat. So everybody who sent us their to-do lists, ranging from the heroic to the hilarious, is going to get a To Do Pad and a To Do Sticky. …

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The Very Best To-Do Lists of All Time! (Part One) It’s the Winners of the Our First Blog Contest!

Okay, so let me start by saying that I hate the whole coddle-the-children trend of “Everybody’s a Winner!” and “Trophy for Showing Up!” I don’t think it prepares children for the real world or motivates them, and possibly leads to a sense of entitlement that will plague their years in school and in the workplace. I believe in healthy competition, …

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