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NightGhost wrote:How about Untalented Non-Artists Day?
I have some great ideas...
+1! Me too! I got mad MS Paint skillz, but that's about it.
PULL UP YOUR SKIRT, WE'RE ON A MISSION/
WE NEED A HERO, NOT A POLITICIAN - "Panhammer" by Phinehas
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NightGhost wrote:Well, I daresay this has been one of the more entertaining forums as of late. If Wooters get this riled up over T-shirt designs, I wonder what will happen when weapons.woot launches?
Now when do I get my "white bunny in a snowstorm" shirt?
I dunno if it will launch, budk seemed to have a pretty good following and selection (tho ot the forums, Woot is bucking the trend forum's wise I think). Add the .com to the 4 letter name above to hit their website.
Get a Woot-Off checker here http://woot.wikia.com/wiki/Woot-Off_Checkers
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There was a comment already, but it's simple: vote with your wallet. It's the reason my second-to-last shirt was about 12:02 when Fresh Cake was released, and the most recent when our top-selling zombie shirt came out. I was on the ramy-seki bandwagon a long time ago, but cutesy ideas got old real quick. not that i would agree with everything adder would say, but it's dangurous on adder's side of this fence now. two green panda shirts, and now this sold-out abomination.
woot, do something. you have the power to say no. sadly, with the buying power, it's not gonna happen, but it flippin should. it's the reason why you've gotten a lot less of my money than you could have. that said, print Smart Cookie. No. Matter. What. that's a great little cute shirt.
34 woots for shirts, most recent: 10/23/12: Fresh Cake Remix (L); 9/22/10 - iHome Optical Netbook Mouse; 7/12/10 - Woot Off Lights; 5/26/10 - Jolly Roger Floor Mat; 11/23/09 - Memorex 720p HD Mini Camcorder; 3/23/09 - iRobot Roomba 535 Robotic Vacuum
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bardolator wrote:Have you ever read a novel in which the author describes a series of emotions passing across a character's face? And have you ever wondered whether it would really be possible to identify said emotions outside print, if the human face is really so mobile that one could "read" each distinct emotion or thought on the face of, say, a highly skilled actor?
Well, if I could have videoed my face, you would clearly have read:
Expression 1: Immediate recognition from the thumbnail
Expression 2: Shock (aka "Are you kidding me?")
Expression 3: Frustration
Expression 4: Bitter disappointment
Expression 5: Resignation
It was kind of like Kubler-Ross's stages of grief. I could probably even shoehorn some bargaining in there somewhere....
Hey that sounds like a great shirt, just throw some headphones on the middle emotion. It'll sell thousands! :D
Now 100% chock full of little wind-up robots!