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Green Eggs and Who

Speed to First Woot:
2m 6.991s
First Sucker:
odawolf
Last Wooter to Woot:
rbtuesday
Last Purchase:
21 hours ago
Order Pace (rank):
Bottom 35% of Shirt Woots
Top 28% of all Woots
Woots Sold:
1794

Purchaser Experience

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  • 87% second woot
  • 13% < 10 woots
  • 0% < 25 woots
  • 0% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 9% joined today
  • 1% one week old
  • 2% one month old
  • 11% one year old
  • 77% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 87% bought 1
  • 9% bought 2
  • 3% bought 3

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Quality Posts


ddrfreak21


quality posts: 0 Private Messages ddrfreak21

Dr Who-euss?

dacrete


quality posts: 105 Private Messages dacrete

Not a big surprise...Blue box and a fox. A win combo.

stormshadow999


quality posts: 2 Private Messages stormshadow999

That's it. I can't take this site anymore. Thanks for a fun seven years, Woot.

DavidHart


quality posts: 12 Private Messages DavidHart

What does the fox say...?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE&feature=kp

Sorry, just couldn't help it... (evil grin)

sabru8


quality posts: 53 Private Messages sabru8

Technically you could eat them anywhere. #tardis

lordbowen


quality posts: 223 Private Messages lordbowen

See, even the fox is too smart to eat green ham.

midori4


quality posts: 2 Private Messages midori4

Was the ham green in the book? I thought only the eggs were green.

fablefire


quality posts: 22 Private Messages fablefire



OHEMGEE THANKS EVERYONE! :D

lstaff


quality posts: 200 Private Messages lstaff
midori4 wrote:Was the ham green in the book? I thought only the eggs were green.



DavidHart


quality posts: 12 Private Messages DavidHart
stormshadow999 wrote:That's it. I can't take this site anymore. Thanks for a fun seven years, Woot.



I'm starting to get this feeling too. In my opinion, 2014, so far, has been a complete and utter disaster for good quality shirts. Few have been amusing, a couple have even been clever, but the vast majority have been shirts that I would never get caught dead in. Plus, they seeming refuse to do any white shirts, a pet peeve of mine...

The only ones I have liked so far this year are:

Essential Element
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/essential-element

Nature's Harmony
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/natures-harmony

Trust Me!
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/trust-me


TobiasAmaranth


quality posts: 22 Private Messages TobiasAmaranth

Aww, Oda beat me. I'm sure to hear about this at Wild Nights. Bah. :P

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Enedlhach


quality posts: 15 Private Messages Enedlhach

Figured that there was no way that this one could lose. Such a deadly combo of things people here like. Congrats on the print!

Hamstur


quality posts: 3 Private Messages Hamstur

I agree. Please, can we go a month without a TARDIS or a cutesy animal? Let's get back to cool shirts that you can wear in public.

DavidHart wrote:I'm starting to get this feeling too. In my opinion, 2014, so far, has been a complete and utter disaster for good quality shirts. Few have been amusing, a couple have even been clever, but the vast majority have been shirts that I would never get caught dead in. Plus, they seeming refuse to do any white shirts, a pet peeve of mine...

The only ones I have liked so far this year are:

Essential Element
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/essential-element

Nature's Harmony
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/natures-harmony

Trust Me!
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/trust-me



brooke291845


quality posts: 0 Private Messages brooke291845

If you all have a major issue about the shirts that are being sold, why don't you enter your clever, "worthy of outside wear" shirt ideas!

greenleaf44


quality posts: 8 Private Messages greenleaf44

Ahh! My favorite book as a child and one of my favorite shows as an adult, all on one shirt!

thestone


quality posts: 2 Private Messages thestone

Disappointed. The "Party With the Donners" entry was amazing, and I would have bought that in a heartbeat. Everything that seems to be winning the derbies are little animals that have the same look regardless of which artist draws them.

Enough with the foxes! (Also, can I get a custom print of that Donner shirt?)

garystargazer


quality posts: 0 Private Messages garystargazer

Talk about sour lemons...

I agree with Brooke, you don't like it, then go design the next great thing.

touchdownwoot


quality posts: 1 Private Messages touchdownwoot

Omit the fox and you would have had my order.

TobiasAmaranth


quality posts: 22 Private Messages TobiasAmaranth
touchdownwoot wrote:Omit the fox and you would have had my order.



Omit the fox and it wouldn't have been Seuss. ;P

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djkid1974


quality posts: 4 Private Messages djkid1974
garystargazer wrote:Talk about sour lemons...

I agree with Brooke, you don't like it, then go design the next great thing.



Well, the answer is quite obvious! If we had the ability and creativeness, then we would be making our own shirts and not looking around for NEW and interesting designs. (keyword there being... NEW) Every shirt I see here has the same theme almost daily! I haven't bought a shirt in ages here. They raised the price, decreased the quality, and the designs change only slightly from week to week! It's unfortunate that Woot has slipped so far. I've been coming here for years and it's just not the same as it used to be! AND I have nothing against any of the winners. They are nice designs... just recycled!

garystargazer


quality posts: 0 Private Messages garystargazer
djkid1974 wrote:Well, the answer is quite obvious! If we had the ability and creativeness, then we would be making our own shirts and not looking around for NEW and interesting designs. (keyword there being... NEW) Every shirt I see here has the same theme almost daily! I haven't bought a shirt in ages here. They raised the price, decreased the quality, and the designs change only slightly from week to week! It's unfortunate that Woot has slipped so far. I've been coming here for years and it's just not the same as it used to be! AND I have nothing against any of the winners. They are nice designs... just recycled!



I suppose I can see that side of the argument. I've not been on Woot for more than maybe a little under a year now, I didn't see it back in the day.

I do agree though that I get sick of seeing the over saturation of Dr who and break bad stuff, etc...

But I can't really blame the artists for that. It's what the voters want. If they don't cater to the trends, they don't sell designs.

ambassadordeath7


quality posts: 9 Private Messages ambassadordeath7

Fablefire, Thank you for another great design. I'll be ordering 3. I don't know what's wrong with the others that think Star Wars, Firefly, Indiana Jones, Game of Thrones, and all the other designs I don't want to take the time to type are Doctor Who and cute animals. I can't comprehend thought processes that incongruent with reality.

FoxSonic


quality posts: 2 Private Messages FoxSonic
fablefire wrote:

OHEMGEE THANKS EVERYONE! :D



I'm going to be simple and say Congratz, Fable.

Thirdbase9


quality posts: 87 Private Messages Thirdbase9
Hamstur wrote:I agree. Please, can we go a month without a TARDIS or a cutesy animal? Let's get back to cool shirts that you can wear in public.



I wear my all my WOOT shirts in public, whether they have a TARDIS, a cute animal, or whatever in public.

I don't know.

djkittn


quality posts: 6 Private Messages djkittn

Nice design, Fable.

I think the fox was necessary, and is a signature that makes Fablefire's work recognizable instantly.

I wear all my Woot shirts in public. I don't know what "cool" designs people are looking for. Most of the shirts on this site are nerdy and silly, and that pretty much sums the primary demographic here so it works perfectly. The derby votes and sales support that.

I love to see the designs daily, even if I don't buy the shirts. There are some really talented artists here, and I'm happy to see them succeed.

seekayeff


quality posts: 0 Private Messages seekayeff
DavidHart wrote:I'm starting to get this feeling too. In my opinion, 2014, so far, has been a complete and utter disaster for good quality shirts. Few have been amusing, a couple have even been clever, but the vast majority have been shirts that I would never get caught dead in. Plus, they seeming refuse to do any white shirts, a pet peeve of mine...

The only ones I have liked so far this year are:

Essential Element
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/essential-element

Nature's Harmony
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/natures-harmony

Trust Me!
http://shirt.woot.com/offers/trust-me



I think part of the problem is no one votes anymore. Remember when winning tees would get 800-900 votes? Now winning tees are averaging 200-300 votes. Not sure if no one cares, nobody's here to vote. or no one is submitting anything good anymore.

olcubmaster


quality posts: 30 Private Messages olcubmaster
djkid1974 wrote:Well, the answer is quite obvious! If we had the ability and creativeness, then we would be making our own shirts and not looking around for NEW and interesting designs. (keyword there being... NEW) Every shirt I see here has the same theme almost daily! I haven't bought a shirt in ages here. They raised the price, decreased the quality, and the designs change only slightly from week to week! It's unfortunate that Woot has slipped so far. I've been coming here for years and it's just not the same as it used to be! AND I have nothing against any of the winners. They are nice designs... just recycled!



Aww c'mon djkid...don't sugar coat it. Tell us how you really feel.

Sugar 'em up and send 'em home

anaesor12


quality posts: 0 Private Messages anaesor12

I desperately want this shirt in a 6 month size. I'll have to think about getting one for myself.

dukette316


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dukette316

I'm in for one. I love the fox and the box! I can even totally see the Doctor saying those words! Clever!

theco2


quality posts: 55 Private Messages theco2

Wow! People are a little grumpy, today.


nutrageous


quality posts: 3 Private Messages nutrageous

I will eat them here and there, SAY! I will eat them everywhere!

sabru8 wrote:Technically you could eat them anywhere. #tardis



stormshadow999


quality posts: 2 Private Messages stormshadow999
ambassadordeath7 wrote:Fablefire, Thank you for another great design. I'll be ordering 3. I don't know what's wrong with the others that think Star Wars, Firefly, Indiana Jones, Game of Thrones, and all the other designs I don't want to take the time to type are Doctor Who and cute animals. I can't comprehend thought processes that incongruent with reality.



Errrrrrm, I think all the other trademarks you just listed further support our argument.

lstaff


quality posts: 200 Private Messages lstaff

PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE. PERFECT. [wow, i sound like a grammar teacher.]
Or at least MY past (green eggs and ham, i'm an enormous Dr. Suess fan), present (foxes, on about 7 levels, including just representing my woot! obsession [thank you, fablefire] and future: (i KNOW i have to jump on the Dr. Who bandwagon, i'm the right demographic, i just need to be disciplined to sit down and watch an episode!!!!)

rehta


quality posts: 6 Private Messages rehta
anaesor12 wrote:I desperately want this shirt in a 6 month size. I'll have to think about getting one for myself.



Yes! I got one for me and for my daughter (didn't bother to get one for hubby, doubt he would wear it), but I would love one for my 6 month old son, too!

-Heather (First Burgandy Olfactory Center 12/6/11)

poopycakes


quality posts: 1 Private Messages poopycakes

so fun!!!!! congrats 🌞

jakeline


quality posts: 2 Private Messages jakeline

Sorry, but I've come out of ultra lurker mode to side with the haters. Let me start by saying that this is an excellent design. Really well-illustrated, and huge kudos to the artist. My problem is that the designs that have come up lately are too steeped in pop culture and are all too derivative. I used to be able to come here for something that was totally awesome and unique. For example, earlier this morning, I was just wearing my Druid Leap Year shirt (only have to wait a couple more years for another leap year!), and whenever I wear my Mr. Bobo shirt, I always gets compliments on it. I still love my The Sex Drugs shirt as well as my other robot-themed shirt. My husband has almost completely worn out his 60s Space Girls tee.

All of those designs are completely awesome and timeless (well, except that the leap year shirt only works every 4 years!), and I feel like most of the designs I'm seeing now are going to be awesome for a couple of months (for those of you who like these things), but then are going to be discarded for the next big thing. The derbys used to really put serious limits that seemed to keep the designs from being too repetitive, and looking at my history, I can see that it was completely strong from 2007-2010, and it's really trailed off since then.

agingdragqueen


quality posts: 119 Private Messages agingdragqueen

Staff

I for one do not like Doctor Who (but I do love fablefire because who can't), and honestly not a ton of at Woot like DW either, but we are at the whims of our buying and voting audience.

Please, peeps who are complaining, pls come back and vote in the derbies regularly, and vote with your dollahs on more artsy tees, that's how we'll be able to justify putting up more "timeless" designs.

But, ya know, this tee also seems to basically selling well so maybe pop culture & foxes 4eva.


larkspur29


quality posts: 0 Private Messages larkspur29

I bought 2 shirts, both for my kids. My daughter is such a fox lover and both like the 2 doctors: Seuss and Who.

I purchase Woot shirts for 5 people and what I buy for each is based on personality and personal preferences. I prefer literary references and retro/vintage; my teen likes science, technology, and video games; my middle child likes dragons and animals; my youngest likes robots and knights. My husband would not go for most pop culture references (except maybe Breaking Bad) but the kids like them and since they out-grow their shirts in a year or two timelessness is not a big issue (and because they outgrow their shirts, I buy more for them than for myself or husband).

So with such a variety of people to shop for, I do agree that a variety of designs is a good thing!

Baby and Toddler size shirts would be fun. Maybe not for every design, but for certain ones...

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 214 Private Messages Spiritgreen

Woot's always had pop-culture and cute among the top of it's best sellers. Fablefire brings a lot of cool stuff to the site for sure.

I do love the arty and weird designs too. That was a bigger part of what defined Woot when I first became a customer. FWIW, for my part as an artist I try to experiment a lot.

Where the voters speak the artists follow, so please everyone visit the weekly derbies and vote!