capsfanbryce wrote:Mate, I think you've taken this a bit too seriously.
Never. Rarely if ever do I take anything serious - life is too short to live with a scowl. My words, despite their harsh appearance, are meant with a grin, a wink, and a poke. Emoticons can be seen as insincere, so I use them very sparingly, despite the difficulty of conveying emotion in this medium. I guess, in the end, I could have shortened my posts to: "If you don't like it, don't buy it, and don't waste your time complaining about it," but where's the fun in that? ;) Then again, who am I to tell people how to waste their time? If they derive enjoyment from complaining about a t-shirt... rock on, but don't be surprised when some random Pinky on the internet says something stupid in return. ;) Cheers, and take care. I really do mean that...
bradenmcg wrote:Man, we have a pair of black cats, and I'm part Irish, so I'd love this shirt... but it's WAY too "cutesy" for a 6'4" married man to wear.
I'm a 5'11", sometimes-bearded man with long hair and I wear shirts like this. I've lost count of the compliments I get. Men, women, children - even old ladies at times. The man makes the clothes, friend! Stand up tall and rock this shirt.