jerwil


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Re: Alphabet Soup



Love how you added emotions without mouths. GMV

Solsburyhill


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Re: 23.22.7.12.8.25.24.22.21.12.4.7



Smart entry, and I like the color scheme.

jerwil


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Re: Alphabet Hamlet



Awesome. I don't think it needs any more work, but I can't wait to see what else you come up with.

snarkygal


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Solsburyhill wrote:Omigosh, this is stunning. And really clever. But I don't see a vote button anywhere. Can somebody help me out?




You have to have bought something from any of the Woot sites to vote. regular woot, wine.woot, shirt.woot or sellout.woot.

Solsburyhill


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snarkygal wrote:You have to have bought something from any of the Woot sites to vote. regular woot, wine.woot, shirt.woot or sellout.woot.



Aha. I'm on it, thanks.

wooterer


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Re: Veldt jynx grimps waqf zho buck



pangram n. A sentence containing every letter of the alphabet, sometimes used for teaching writing or keyboard skills

The only known perfect pangram in English is: Veldt jynx grimps waqf zho buck (which means grassland wryneck causes charitable-land hybrid cattle buck to mount), and the words can all be found in large dictionaries, such as the Oxford English Dictionary (unabridged): veldt is open grassland in South Africa, a jynx is a wryneck bird, to grimp is to cause something or someone to mount, waqf is land given to a religious institution for charitable purposes in Islamic countries, a zho is a hybrid bovine animal bred from a yak bull and a common cow, and a buck is a male member of a species.[From Greek pan all + gramma a letter]

lowtoast


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Nice

wooterer


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Re: Veldt jynx grimps waqf zho buck



pangram n. A sentence containing every letter of the alphabet, sometimes used for teaching writing or keyboard skills. The most familiar example in English is the 37-letter typists' sentence: The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dogs.

The only known perfect pangram in English is: Veldt jynx grimps waqf zho buck (which means grassland wryneck causes charitable-land hybrid cattle buck to mount), and the words can all be found in large dictionaries, such as the Oxford English Dictionary (unabridged): veldt is open grassland in South Africa, a jynx is a wryneck bird, to grimp is to cause something or someone to mount, waqf is land given to a religious institution for charitable purposes in Islamic countries, a zho is a hybrid bovine animal bred from a yak bull and a common cow, and a buck is a male member of a species.[From Greek pan all + gramma a letter]

makselarts


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Re: DUI Cheatsheet



funny

katiethemac


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Oh my god, fantastic. Absolutely amazing, this must have taken you FOREVER.

redghia69


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Re: Muddled Whispers v.2



Wow Sokowa, that's beautiful! Might just have to frame it. I didn't know I was going to be "detaily inclined" until I saw them -- I'm really glad you posted those. Now I hope I get the chance to buy one!

katiethemac


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Re: Monkey Play



Oh TG, I gotta say you NEVER disappoint me. GMV! =]

makselarts


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Re: The Fighting 26



Thanks Quiggly!

Please take a moment to see the detail pic at the bottom..they all have spears which didnt translate well in the top picture.

yeeter


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Re: Shakespeare didn't have a typewriter



Love this. I am doing something similar, but different enough, I hope I'm not stepping on your toes. Well done!

VOTE!

superspryte


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Zeusandhera wrote:For whatever reason, it kind of reminds me of when kids say, "One, Two, skip a few, Ninety-Nine, One Hundred" when they are asked to count to 100. I'm not even sure why it does...


Hee hee, that's the idea. Even though it's the same amount of writing it takes up less space so it must be less. But the last letter has to be separate...because maybe they won't notice if the beginning and ending are okay. ^_~

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DragonStarlight


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Bart Tare and Annie Laurie Starr. Bonnie and Clyde. Catherine Tramell and Nick Curran. Their love may be sick, twisted and feral, and society may look on in disdain... but sometimes you just can't keep two lovers apart. If you've ever had a desperate, aching love for another, even though it was unwholesome and wrong, this shirt is for you. If society crumbles as a result, so be it.

Or, you know... Q and U are cute together. Whatever.

makselarts


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Re: A is for Alligator



Very cute..nice job!

makselarts


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Re: Giraffeabet



too cute..nice job!

superspryte


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Webfoot08 wrote:Eesh, everyone's a c-r-i-t-i-c these days! I think it's adorable and anyone working with kids who are just beginning to learn to write will have fun letting them untangle/figure out what goes where. I think it's fresh and original and will appeal to moms/teachers/those with young kids. So there!


Thanks for the support. No worries. People are bound to dislike it. I'm okay with that. ^_~

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superspryte


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kwilder wrote:Ha, great link!


Someone posted it in one of the product threads so I thought I'd share. ^_^

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SydneyB


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Re: Now I Know My ABC's.



I love how the placement of the letters are the actual notes of the song! Brilliant!!

SydneyB


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Re: Alphabet Soup



Tomato alphabet soup! Yummy! (and cute)

SydneyB


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Re: Microsoft Tech Support



Cute concept, funny names, but we can only use each letter once.

enin


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all 26 arranged in a tribal band

dark charcoal on cranberry

Izzman89


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DragonStarlight wrote:Bart Tare and Annie Laurie Starr. Bonnie and Clyde. Catherine Tramell and Nick Curran. Their love may be sick, twisted and feral, and society may look on in disdain... but sometimes you just can't keep two lovers apart. If you've ever had a desperate, aching love for another, even though it was unwholesome and wrong, this shirt is for you. If society crumbles as a result, so be it.

Or, you know... Q and U are cute together. Whatever.



I like placebo too... and this shirt's rad.

SydneyB


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Heheheeeee

highgrassfarm


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Re: Penguins Know The Alphabet Too



Ladies and Gentlemen......I would like to present......The Penguins do the alphanet

arethusa668


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Re: HI



cute =)

littlejetties


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Re: Alpha Battle



Pretty Dope! Cho.

littlejetties


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Re: 7 Still Isn't Full?



Why is 6 afraid of 7?

SydneyB


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Re: The Way I see It



I think I see repeated letters? or do I need to see my eye doc? :D

jamescho84


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Re: Alpha Battle


A steroids
B omberman
C ontra
D onkey Kong
E xciteBike
F rogger
G alaga
H alo
I ndiana Jones
J oust
K atamari
L uigi
M egaman
N inja Gaiden
O regon Trail
P itfall
Q uake 1
R ayman
S uperMario x
T etris
U ltimta
V irtua fighter
W arcraft
X Men /
Y oshi
Z elda [triforce]

chana


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Re: From Alpha to Zany



I voted for you.

Iambusyeating


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Re: Alpha Battle



This will likely win.

m5rammy


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SkekTek wrote:Thanks for doing this! I love the alternate keyboard, and for one would be a definite purchaser of this.


ygmv! I have my home computer set like that.

littlejetties


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Re: Alpha Battle



Just a thought. You might want to change that "L" shaped tetris block. Could potentially be seen as a second letter L.

wootvan


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Re: Elephabetq



John McCain wants this in red...nice execution.

pnkifyd


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Love the colors! and the design!

Re: Swirling and Twirling Brown



narkus


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Re: i like books



go go edgar!!!!!!!!!!