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Re: Schadenfreude Master
If only I could switch the image to one of my old boss... I'd buy this anyway. Good concept.
cherylfrancis wrote:oh, I DO love this, only I wish the text weren't there. Can you submit one with and without, or would that be competing against yourself? I'm curious to know what the rules are... LOVE!! the illustration, though.
Agreed. I love this style of illustration and hope there will be more!
Re: Identity crisis
so funny! pretty shirt, too! GMVGMVGMV
very nice! always good to see a different style here.
That chameleon just needs to be himself.
stop your yapping and print already ;)
Re: Yakety Yak
I want this so, so bad. For one thing, I am a bit of a chatterbox myself (social anxiety induced word vomit), but also because I desperately need more yak shirts in my life.
Re: Black Sheep
Thanks! I have hope.
Re: Fish Memory
Re: Smartass time
I have no idea what this is showing.
A can of deodorant
A pile of doughnuts
And a...what is that...a sandwich?
And the professor is what, a greeting card?
Is this a meme or something?
tarmawolf wrote:This design is really, really hard to see.
I agree. If the shirt was a different color, say, white...then I would vote for it.
ApeLad wrote:Yes! Shawarma is having a moment of surprise popularity, but it won't last!
I have not seen the movie (yet) and don't get the reference, but I don't care. Schwarma is freaking awesome.
curli76 wrote:I have not seen the movie (yet) and don't get the reference, but I don't care. Schwarma is freaking awesome.
Oops, I meant shawarma. You spelled it right. I did not.
Don't you hate it when all of your friends think that they are entitled to everything they want? Don't you just hate those TV commercials that force entitlement down your throat? Well, it is time you fight back. Let them know that you will not be bought by the entitlement gimmick. Tell them what you think about entitlement.
Trust me you deserve this!
Re: Good Gossip
Thanks you two!
steveblack37 wrote:Personality Defect?...
Exactly. I love the design, but I don't agree at all that being an introvert is a personality defect.
Re: Chronically Late Like a Wizard
I think I'd like "Arrives precisely when he means to" better as the text (truer to the original quotation, and I like the sound of it better).
Just a suggestion. Nice design!
I couldn't stop laughing! My husband now wishes he could remove my batteries. Oh, my Galaxy!, I want this!
Kidaho wrote:I thought of Tyrion right away. To me he takes a major personal defect (or what most people consider to be that) of dwarfism, and with his brains and knowledge from reading turns it around to be a strength. One of his quotes is "a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone"... his strength is his brains... I though it was an inspiring example of a character with a personal "defect."
I think you misunderstood mavyn's post.
Woot generally rejects celebrity likenesses, which is what you have here (or I'd guess, having no idea who or what a Tyrion is).
Also, you're off-topic. Thank you for giving an explanation, but the theme is personality defects, not personal defects. Not quite the same thing.
Re: IT's in the Rules!
Help an old lady....evidently! What's GM mean? In my world it's General Manager! ;)
Re: Personal Space Invaders
Hint: His space breath smells awful. Enjoy!
Re: Overactive Imagination
Aww! Great design.
Giving a vote to this out of pure Memento-love. (I even did a paper on it at film school.)
Normally I don't like pop-culture, but this is a clever mash-up I've not seen before, and executed well.
I don't get it. Is this an ironic political statement?
If this prints, I can just point to my t-shirt while others yak at me. Brilliant.
Re: Dancing Fool
Thanks everybody for the great comments!
cherylfrancis wrote:I really like his little butt shakin'.
What good is drunk dancing without butt shakin'?
Re: High Five!
A giant grope tee.
Sorry. Good idea, but having a giant hand on my sweater cor grazing space would be...awkward.
Re: I Can Dance If I Want To
A text-less version of my design as requested by cherylfrancis.
Hasn't this design been submitted to other shirt sites? I'm sure I've seen it a couple of times before.
Re: You Deserve This
I do deserve this! How did you know?!
Re: delusions of grandeur
Oh great! Does this mean that the Avengers is going to make my local Shawarma joint too popular to patronize now?
My wife is a proofreader.
It's an interesting style, and I like it. As for being too dark, that may be true - I've heard the Anvil asphalt is darker than the AA asphalt.
SO FUNNY! I love portal, thanks for making this!!
I need this for work, my boss is a stickler for time (down to the second) but he has a great sense of humor and would love to see me in this.
Re: The Good Life
Snorlax moves at his own pace. Often enough that is no pace.
demo318 wrote:I don't get it. Is this an ironic political statement?
It's ironic that it isn't political.
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