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Hotcakes

Speed to First Woot:
0m 50.000s
First Sucker:
marchchcic7
Last Wooter to Woot:
freakyghappy
Last Purchase:
12 days ago
Order Pace (rank):
Bottom 49% of Shirt Woots
Top 20% of all Woots
Woots Sold:
1734

Purchaser Experience

  • 0% first woot
  • 94% second woot
  • 6% < 10 woots
  • 0% < 25 woots
  • 0% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 4% joined today
  • 1% one week old
  • 2% one month old
  • 20% one year old
  • 74% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 94% bought 1
  • 5% bought 2
  • 1% bought 3 or more

Percentage of Sales Per Hour

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Percentage of Sales Per Day

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Woots by State

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Quality Posts



sabru8


quality posts: 54 Private Messages sabru8

You say hotcakes I say pancakes.

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

Looks like Betty Rubble and Wilma Flintstone melded into a single 1950s diner waitress!

SiraRaven


quality posts: 4 Private Messages SiraRaven

Now the question is, will these shirts sell like hotcakes, or just like shirts?

cwhieldon


quality posts: 18 Private Messages cwhieldon

If this shirt sells out, is that considered ironic? I'm not sure. Someone contact Alanis Morisette.

chrisprender


quality posts: 312 Private Messages chrisprender

Now let's see if the shirt sells like itself.

lonelypond


quality posts: 423 Private Messages lonelypond

YES!!!!!!!!! Now, we have a breakfast plan. Great style, great fun, great choice.

moronbrigade


quality posts: 23 Private Messages moronbrigade

Hey Hotcakes... What you doin?

Seize the Opportunity.

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

Sadly, there are only so many letters of the alphabet that steam can form into.

sabru8


quality posts: 54 Private Messages sabru8
cwhieldon wrote:If this shirt sells out, is that considered ironic? I'm not sure. Someone contact Alanis Morisette.


She said yes...

zekecatz


quality posts: 201 Private Messages zekecatz
sabru8 wrote:You say hotcakes I say pancakes.



How about some love for crêpes?

renkenr


quality posts: 7 Private Messages renkenr

I predict a sell out, too.

The logo shirts were all done very well.

And, well, Im doing my part with this design. In for 2!!!

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

So many fonts... can't... keep track...

chrisprender


quality posts: 312 Private Messages chrisprender

Makes me think of the George Carlin quote:

Pancakes, hotcakes, griddle cakes, flapjacks. Why is it we have four words for grilled batter but only one word for love?

porridge


quality posts: 4 Private Messages porridge

I like the art, but I've seen variations on the same slogan in quite a few places before. It's just not as amusing after the first few times, I guess.

boobsmurphy


quality posts: 0 Private Messages boobsmurphy

Yay, this is the one I was waiting for! =)

kevlar51


quality posts: 46 Private Messages kevlar51

congrats Skirochester!

A fine companion to Sliced Bread

renkenr


quality posts: 7 Private Messages renkenr

wait a minute... these are more like WOOT CAKES!

zzzaap


quality posts: 51 Private Messages zzzaap

I now know what I will have for breakfast tomorrow!

renkenr


quality posts: 7 Private Messages renkenr
zzzaap wrote:I now know what I will have for breakfast tomorrow!



Waffles?

alfbo


quality posts: 12 Private Messages alfbo

I like this shirt. If I spill syrup on it, it'll fit right in!

Imposter Pete was Unprepared for the Almost Human Nightmare Cuckoo Clock. The Walrus and Eggmen were the Height of Envy at the Monkey Bar. See the DJ spinning records on a Flora Phonograph while simultaneously playing Rock, Paper, Scissorhold.

chrisprender


quality posts: 312 Private Messages chrisprender

Why isn't the phrase "selling like Belgian waffles"? They're at least as good as hotcakes, with the added international flair.

PixelPants


quality posts: 68 Private Messages PixelPants

Get 'em while they're hot ... and cakey?

worldwidewebfeet


quality posts: 33 Private Messages worldwidewebfeet

Don't wear this to IHOP, they will make you clean tables.

joeman1890


quality posts: 1 Private Messages joeman1890

In my opinion, The Onion did it better.

http://www.theonion.com/articles/hotcake-sales-brisk,9016/

zzzaap


quality posts: 51 Private Messages zzzaap
renkenr wrote:Waffles?


No, hashbrowns.

Where'd you get the idea of waffles from?!

tomcall


quality posts: 102 Private Messages tomcall

The woman's hair is a cross between Betty Rubble and Olive Oil.



propenguin


quality posts: 4 Private Messages propenguin

Lol imagine the cravings this would start.

sabru8


quality posts: 54 Private Messages sabru8
worldwidewebfeet wrote:Don't wear this to IHOP, they will make you clean tables.


But if you wear it at Denny's you get a free breakfast.

renkenr


quality posts: 7 Private Messages renkenr
zzzaap wrote:No, hashbrowns.

Where'd you get the idea of waffles from?!



Charlie Waffles.

smolket


quality posts: 7 Private Messages smolket

Love Madge's expression...yes, the dame with the pancakes...her name is Madge...think you can come up with a better name than that?!?

renkenr


quality posts: 7 Private Messages renkenr
smolket wrote:Love Madge's expression...yes, the dame with the pancakes...her name is Madge...think you can come up with a better name than that?!?



Ethel or Midge.

infinitezero


quality posts: 5 Private Messages infinitezero

Without the butter we wouldn't have Hotcakes but Hotcake.

spilzer


quality posts: 119 Private Messages spilzer

And now, time for a completely random story about pancakes:

Once upon a time, when I was a kid my dad and I used to wake up early on Sunday mornings to make pancakes. We had this jar that we would put all the ingredients into and then shake it up to mix them (so much easier than using a mixer and pancake batter is best when it's still a little lumpy). Well, anyway, this one time we were making pancakes and I started to hear this strange "hssssss" sound coming from the jar. I told my dad and after confirming the noise by holding it up to his ear, he began to slowly open the lid of the jar when...

BAM!!!

The batter exploded out of the jar, into my dad's face, onto the ceiling, the counters, the floors, everything was covered in pancake batter! I ran upstairs to my mom (who was just waking up) and excitedly shouted, "Guess what! Dad made exploding pancakes!"

Turns out he had added a tablespoon of baking powder instead of the called for teaspoon. I don't know how they would have tasted but those were by far the most exciting pancakes I ever made!

The End.

bluejester


quality posts: 564 Private Messages bluejester
spilzer wrote:And now, time for a story about pancakes:

Once upon a time, when I was a kid my dad and I used to wake up early on Sunday mornings to make pancakes. We had this jar that we would put all the ingredients into and then shake it up to mix them (so much easier than using a mixer and pancake batter is best when it's still a little lumpy). Well, anyway, this one time we were making pancakes and I started to hear this strange "hssssss" sound coming from the jar. I told my dad after confirming the noise by holding it up to his ear, he began to slowly open the lid of the jar when...

BAM!!!

The batter exploded out of the jar, into my dad's face, onto the ceiling, the counters, the floors, everything was covered in pancake batter! I ran upstairs to my mom (who was just waking up) and excitedly shouted, "Guess what! Dad made exploding pancakes!"

Turns out he had added a tablespoon of baking powder instead of the called for teaspoon. I don't know how they would have tasted but those were by far the most exciting pancakes I ever made!

The End.



Hahahaha...Science is awesome.

zekecatz


quality posts: 201 Private Messages zekecatz

Reminds me of Cabin Fever:

Dennis: Pancakes. Pancakes!
Bert: No pancakes.
Dennis: PANCAKES!
Bert: No pancakes!

DianaSprinkle


quality posts: 112 Private Messages DianaSprinkle

They aren't just hot, they're on fire! I hope this one sells out as well. =D

bmw66x


quality posts: 48 Private Messages bmw66x
spilzer wrote:And now, time for a completely random story about pancakes:

Once upon a time, when I was a kid my dad and I used to wake up early on Sunday mornings to make pancakes. We had this jar that we would put all the ingredients into and then shake it up to mix them (so much easier than using a mixer and pancake batter is best when it's still a little lumpy). Well, anyway, this one time we were making pancakes and I started to hear this strange "hssssss" sound coming from the jar. I told my dad and after confirming the noise by holding it up to his ear, he began to slowly open the lid of the jar when...

BAM!!!

The batter exploded out of the jar, into my dad's face, onto the ceiling, the counters, the floors, everything was covered in pancake batter! I ran upstairs to my mom (who was just waking up) and excitedly shouted, "Guess what! Dad made exploding pancakes!"

Turns out he had added a tablespoon of baking powder instead of the called for teaspoon. I don't know how they would have tasted but those were by far the most exciting pancakes I ever made!

The End.



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Langstrump


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Langstrump

A certain mobster would rather have "Johnnycakes."

ravinggriff


quality posts: 2 Private Messages ravinggriff

So is the Pac-Man imagery intended?