all started when two best friends of more than 30 years, Kathy and Laura, were dubbed the by Kathy's husband and Laura’s boyfriend. So for an up and coming Superbowl Party on February 5, 2006 Kathy decided to make up hoodies, tee shirts and tank tops for the two of them to wear at the party. Kathy designed the two logos, which look similar to the logos that are on the basic style tee, but also had 2006 imprinted on the oval to remember their night of fun. After a few weeks, Kathy and Laura wore their shirts out in public, Kathy living on the East Coast and Laura on the West Coast, the reaction was the same, people loved them and wanted to know where to buy them. So it was decided to turn our joke into a company.
In 2007, Kathy wrote the Decree. Before that many people would ask if it was a musical band or a devil worshipping cult, just to name a few. After writing the Decree the true meaning behind was in print.
As far as the other shirts designs go, the Voodoo shirts were a thought Kathy had for the next Superbowl Party in 2007. This is because before Kathy and Laura even wore the first original shirts to the 2006 Superbowl Party the guys without knowing it bought Kathy and Laura the same gold anklet, on the the same day, at the same time, (within a few minutes) at the same store, in two different states. While comparing the sales slips and realizing what happened the guys looked at each other, then turned and said, “You girls treat us like Voodoo Dolls! We don’t even know what we are doing!” So that’s where the phrase on the voodoo shirt comes from “What can we make you do?” The next design goes without saying “Evil Sometimes, Sisters All the Time” that’s just the way friendships are.