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katreenz wrote:I love this logic. "Stop printing those shirts that so many people buy and print one that I like!"
If Shirt.Woot "always" prints "crap like this" and it's "overloaded with cutesy dreck," go somewhere else and buy one of the thought-provoking hipster shirts you seek.
You are basically screaming at the McDonald's because you want egg rolls. Guess what? People go to McDonald's for burgers, not egg rolls. Just like people go to Shirt.Woot for cutesy shirts. It's what they sell.
No, the point is, woot sells some incredibly awe-some shirts along with a few "cute" shirts, but after an entire Kawaii derby, when two out of four EC shirts are "cute," some people get rather fed up. I completely agree with IgnatiusRiley. "Cuteness" has really gone too far.
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loserly wrote:Oh no! I've waited forever for this shirt, and when it's finally printed, I don't get a chance to see it until it's sold out! Sadness overload.
This shirt will be for sale again starting tomorrow--here--at $15. ALL shirts continue to be sold after the first day. A shirt will remain for sale (at $15) until reckoned.
To find out what shirts are available for sale on any given day--other than the obvious "shirt of the day" on the front shirt.woot page--please click on the "reckoning" link found in the top right corner of any shirt.woot page. All the shirt thumbnails in the reckoning are shirts that are still for sale. Click on the thumbnail or title and you will be taken to the shirt's order page.
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