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A take a little offense at the Don't wear this shirt section. There are several types of cheddar that are naturally lactose free, especially ones that are aged as long as teenage cheeses would be. This shirt should be fine for someone who is lactose intolerant to wear/eat.
It puts the crap inside the bag or it gets the hose again.
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Does Splinter feel the urge to eat his students now?
Bunnies Ogling Carrots#39;s:
4/1/10: 2.5 lbs---2/25/10: 5.6 lbs
12/25/09: 22.4 lbs---10/28/09: 5.4 lbs
9/25/09: 8.2 lbs---4/1/09: 3.2 lbs
9/22/10: 18.4 lbs---12/1/10: 2.1 lbs
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Behold the power of Cheeeeeessse!
Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.
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gooberpeas wrote:I've never ordered a shirt from woot before (only wine so far) but I can't pass this one up....QUESTION THOUGH, I don't know what the sizing is going to be like, I'm likely a medium to a large and would hate to get a shirt that was too big/small....any words of wisdom from those with experience? Thanks
There's a sizing chart available. I'd suggest measuring a shirt of yours that you feel fits perfectly and then comparing it to the sizing chart.
Be aware that woot shirts shrink in warm/hot water and/or in the dryer, so make sure that you purchase and wash/dry accordingly.
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