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Thanks for the laugh.
Will 3D glasses be provided to those that buy the shirt?
Not sure I get this one
Sadly, if this is a reference, I don't get it...
I didn't understand the reference. Had to Google it.
Captain America says this in Avengers.
I love the moment when a stranger gets an off the wall reference I made. I'd have to wear this shirt with a hoodie or jacket though so I could flash it open when I did get a reference.
I think I just had a Meta Meta moment.
Looks proudly unabashedly like a lot of thinking might have been going on : ) Nice mix red white and blue for the Cap effect.
I understood that reference
Amazing considering how many manage to go over my head.
Uhg...I hat American Apparel t-shirts. That will keep me from buying anything till that issue is fixed.
I GET IT.
zekecatz wrote:I didn't understand the reference. Had to Google it.
Damn! You beat me to it.
I was gonna say that I understood that reference but then, oh well, I guess others beat me to it. Besides, who knows how many levels of self referential meta meta can we go before something explodes? I don't wanna be the one to break the universe.
This design makes sense to print on American Apparel.
safyrejet wrote:I was gonna say that I understood that reference but then, oh well, I guess others beat me to it. Besides, who knows how many levels of self referential meta meta can we go before something explodes? I don't wanna be the one to break the universe.
"I own that shirt."
The most I've seen is twenty before something breaks.
However, that was less existential than referencing the refrence about refrencing.
Or was it?
(IS a quote pyramid an act of Meta in forums?)
efooter wrote:"I owned that shirt before it was cool."
Because, you know, so many of our shirts require very specific pop culture reference knowledge.
Really? I thought most of your shirts just needed a fondness for cats. I'm confused.
My son didn't understand the reference. It had to be explained to him.
arryielle wrote:Sadly, if this is a reference, I don't get it...
Captain America, Avengers.
I initially thought this was referencing Assassin's Creed III...
This was probably in my top three favorite lines from the movie. Instant buy!
I feel an uncontrollable urge to buy this awesome shirt.
But I don't wear T-shirts very often anymore.
Maybe I'll make my little brother wear it...
This shirt tells the world: I don't know half these pop-culture references half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of these pop-culture references half as well as they deserve.
rasabi wrote:This shirt tells the world: I don't know half these pop-culture references half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of these pop-culture references half as well as they deserve.
Gee, I got something totally different from this..
im disliking the direction Woot! is starting to go with all the pop culture designs, most are very unoriginal. This one is just a text shirt that is quoting a movie, i mean really??? this beat out other designs??
bring back the original artists!! bring back Draxx and Boots Boots and the others!! get some Miss Monster in here stat!!
guardianknight wrote:This was probably in my top three favorite lines from the movie. Instant buy!
"He's adopted" was probably my favorite, but yes, great line! This shirt could have used a subtle flying monkey design (the reference Cap gets) but I like it. I think I'm going to go click the big yellow button now.
Love the unnecessary patriotism!
I See What You Did There.
Claygirl77 wrote:Uhg...I hat American Apparel t-shirts. That will keep me from buying anything till that issue is fixed.
Funny, I had no desire to get this shirt, but now that I know it's on American Apparel, I'm seriously considering it.
Is this the end?
This may me clap at my desk. (And receive some stares.) I don't care, excellent comment.
Puny God would probably rank as my #1. Then Cap's line referenced here and a tie between "he's adopted" and "Shakespeare in the park?".
This shirt is great.
Holy Flying Monkeys!!
I love that line, I love The Avengers, and I love Capt. America. One of the quickest shirt purchases I have ever made... and for a design with no cute animals on it to boot!
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