aungie


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Evil mustache rides??

neergmas


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I laughed at the mustache ride shirt, and then wondered why it was so evil...

sTyLeS


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So how much for the writeup?
Can I buy it instead of the shirt? Since it is more original.

warmice


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I see nothing evil? Just a bad mustache.


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dicegypsy


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Honestly, the hipster mustache movement was the furthest from my mind when I clicked on the mustache bike.

I thought "Wow! That bike is a criminal mastermind traditionalist!"

rayray099


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MBrulla wrote:In Russia moustache rides you.



HAHAHAHA. +1 for you!

leopoldmozart


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Ugh... Am I the only one who thought of a mustache ride when he saw this shirt? Bleh.

SeedUvPain


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I just want everyone to know that I was hating on this shirt way before any of you even knew it existed.

Thanks all!

powerlift10100


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Wow who peed in the guy's coffee who wrote that description? Optimism fail.

myndmelt


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I thought it was going to say something about a mustache ride.

elviswind


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SeedUvPain wrote:I just want everyone to know that I was hating on this shirt way before any of you even knew it existed.

Thanks all!



Hahaha . . . perfect response! And congratulations, I can't wait to wear it.

jacjaccatch


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Corrado wrote:Yeah, that was pretty much my interpretation of the shirt. Sadly, I'm not sure the artist had the same vision.




My first thought too ;o)

pyro008


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TheRingo wrote:Is it okay to wear a mustache as an ostensible sign of virility rather than as a tool for social ladder jockeying?
In other news, as an American, I have apparently been spelling mustache in a manner inconsistent with the practices of my people. (Moustache)


I usually spell it like that too, but spellcheck gave me that red scary underliney thing.

d3m0nicp3nguin


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I was thinking it was a mustache ride!

smileyfaceman


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Making fun of hipsters is so mainstream

jmmbell1987


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elviswind wrote:I'd replace that with this. One of my favorites too.

Also, bought'd.



We have a winner. There's just something about moustached things on high-wheeled bikes.

jmmbell1987


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sTyLeS wrote:So how much for the writeup?
Can I buy it instead of the shirt? Since it is more original.



Really? The write-up is low-grade snark full of jokes that were old six years ago.

echo3k


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We need some sort of Moustache Anti-Discrimination League! I grew a handlebar because I thought it looked awesome on my face, and since then I have to be unfairly lumped in with hipsters: people with whom I happen to share some interests. It seems like a guy can't grow nostalgic facial hair, purchase used vinyl records, or expand his plaid shirt collection without being labeled a hipster. Instead of "Hey, nice fedora! You sure must be a hipster!" how about, "Hey, you sure must be a guy who likes hats!" Why, yes I am! And thank you for withholding your cursory judgment.

That being said, I'll take one, please.

Gatzby


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smileyfaceman wrote:Making fun of hipsters is so mainstream



I know, right? I was making fun of hipsters before the writers had even heard of them.

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centera


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First of all I live in San Antonio all the Hipsters in these parts live in Austin. I pride myself in serious Hipster bashing, yet I am part of a mini-cult that grows ridiculous moustaches every May. Does that mean I'm a hipster? Maybe, On one hand I secretly like those frapachino things at Starbucks, but on the other I automatically think anyone with and iPhone probably also thinks Dane Cook is funny and may have a Nickelback track or two in rotation.

So I’d say I’m less of a Hipster and more of an A-hole.

Screw it. In for One.

joshuagood23


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I didn't even know... Are these hipsters infringing on my straight-razor/English handlebar style? Anti-mainstream... Hahahahaha, like every other decade's anti-mainstream, mainstream group. Best of luck at being the next generation of posers. p.s. I like the shirt.

nungesser


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Re: the writeup

Jeez, Woot. Stop while you're ahead, already. It's not funny. It's just sad.

fishbiscuit5


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Woot writers, I see right through your dastardly plan. Your write-up of this shirt makes me want to buy it even more. Great design, Brett! Mustaches will always be cool and will always be spelled mustache. :D

bassanimation


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Awesome print, Seed! Congrats!

AlexIAm


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Want this so bad, but SOOOO broke

>insert funny quote here<

spasticcolon2004


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bluesluke wrote:I have a mustache like this and I am deeply offend.



I have a mustache like this, as well, and I am deeply amused.

greenriverdog


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I missed the reckoning of this shirt! And I really want it!! I know its not for sale anymore but does anyone have a wmns medium they would like to part with?