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Speed to First Woot:
2m 33.115s
First Sucker:
ThumperWabbt
Last Wooter to Woot:
Carltonbradley
Last Purchase:
11 days ago
Order Pace (rank):
Bottom 30% of Shirt Woots
Top 35% of all Woots
Woots Sold:
975

Purchaser Experience

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  • 94% second woot
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Purchaser Seniority

  • 8% joined today
  • 0% one week old
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  • 8% one year old
  • 82% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

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

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Quality Posts


shortman


quality posts: 41 Private Messages shortman

sabru8


quality posts: 53 Private Messages sabru8

I better order two, because I need to wear this everyday.

thumperchick


quality posts: 236 Private Messages thumperchick

sillstaw


quality posts: 6 Private Messages sillstaw

If this had a little speaker that could play the "doo-DOO-doo-DOO" from those PSAs, I wouldn't hesitate in buying this.

Not that I'm not seriously considering this one...

jrs1980


quality posts: 29 Private Messages jrs1980

Hooray for proper grammar. ("Could care less" makes me grind my teeth.)

Pardon me, would you have any bags of crap?

theco2


quality posts: 55 Private Messages theco2

If this shirt were any more me, I would have to get this tattooed on myself.

I think I just might break my Shirt.Woot rule of no more t-shirts.


Thirdbase9


quality posts: 87 Private Messages Thirdbase9

I could care less about this shirt, so I think I will.

I don't know.

theco2


quality posts: 55 Private Messages theco2
jrs1980 wrote:Hooray for proper grammar. ("Could care less" makes me grind my teeth.)

I'm with you, on this one. When I hear this I want to reply with, "sounds like you actually care," with a big sarcastic smile on my face. I wonder if they would ever catch on?


lordbowen


quality posts: 223 Private Messages lordbowen

Couldn't care less most cheerfully it seems.

AZdeadhead


quality posts: 5 Private Messages AZdeadhead

That's the most impressive "meh" I've ever seen.

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 33 Private Messages omarfeliciano

Congrats Buddy!

honeybadger12


quality posts: 7 Private Messages honeybadger12

No better way to display your pride in ignorance and/or being wrong. This shirt is definitely a troll response to someone posting a "The More You Know" image.

theco2


quality posts: 55 Private Messages theco2
honeybadger12 wrote:No better way to display your pride in ignorance and/or being wrong. This shirt is definitely a troll response to someone posting a "The More You Know" image.

^^^Ignorance?


orabbit


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit

julietbean


quality posts: 1 Private Messages julietbean

Please bring the other women's sizes back. Haven't purchased a tshirt from you since you changed it. And I want to buy many...but I'm not shaped like a box.

sjaynedesign


quality posts: 2 Private Messages sjaynedesign

Yay! Congratulations, Oakenspirit!


oakenspirit


quality posts: 75 Private Messages oakenspirit

HUZZAH! Ignore that shirt- I DO CARE!!! Thanks so- wooters, voters, and shirt.woot! To show how much I adore you- I am giving away free stuff on my facebook page!

YAY!



oakenspirit


quality posts: 75 Private Messages oakenspirit
honeybadger12 wrote:No better way to display your pride in ignorance and/or being wrong. This shirt is definitely a troll response to someone posting a "The More You Know" image.



but, but, but- Honey badger don't care- ;)



yeawuteva


quality posts: 115 Private Messages yeawuteva

illegal infringement, expect cease and desist post haste

StarBob


quality posts: 14 Private Messages StarBob

Wow first shirt on here in a long time that has actually made me laugh out loud. Awesome shirt.

BIGELLOW


quality posts: 12 Private Messages BIGELLOW
yeawuteva wrote:illegal infringement, expect cease and desist post haste



Fair use.

testudoaubreii


quality posts: 13 Private Messages testudoaubreii

DFirefly


quality posts: 0 Private Messages DFirefly

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 214 Private Messages Spiritgreen

United in antipathy!

::fails to raise fist in a coordinated manner::

caramelarrow


quality posts: 14 Private Messages caramelarrow

I couldn't care less, but I hope a candidate wears this to a political rally or debate. It would at least be truth in advertising.

Congrats on the print!!

07/11/14

havingfunyet


quality posts: 2 Private Messages havingfunyet

Perfect shirt to wear to a meeting at work

commodorecrush


quality posts: 0 Private Messages commodorecrush

I hope the bad grammar is intentional.

Narfcake


quality posts: 284 Private Messages Narfcake

Congrats on another win, Travis!

theco2 wrote:... I think I just might break my Shirt.Woot rule of no more t-shirts.


Flip a coin, but only if you don't care about the result.

On a side note, my last three shirts in which I was first sucker all arrived correctly printed, so have some faith that this will print fine too.

commodorecrush wrote:I hope the bad grammar is intentional.


Huh? The phrase is proper; it's "I could care less" that's incorrect.

dacrete


quality posts: 105 Private Messages dacrete

Which is correct: I could care less or I couldn't care less?

The expression I could not care less originally meant 'it would be impossible for me to care less than I do because I do not care at all'. It was originally a British saying and came to the US in the 1950s. It is senseless to transform it into the now-common I could care less. If you could care less, that means you care at least a little. The original is quite sarcastic and the other form is clearly nonsense. The inverted form I could care less was coined in the US and is found only here, recorded in print by 1966. The question is, something caused the negative to vanish even while the original form of the expression was still very much in vogue and available for comparison - so what was it? There are other American English expressions that have a similar sarcastic inversion of an apparent sense, such as Tell me about it!, which usually means 'Don't tell me about it, because I know all about it already'. The Yiddish I should be so lucky!, in which the real sense is often 'I have no hope of being so lucky', has a similar stress pattern with the same sarcastic inversion of meaning as does I could care less.

bsmith1


quality posts: 103 Private Messages bsmith1

But... G.I Joe always told me, "Knowing is half the battle".

cappo


quality posts: 33 Private Messages cappo
DFirefly wrote:David Mitchell would be so proud!



That was awesome, however that final argument is self-defeating. Who wouldn't want an inflatable hover-fort?


flyingkitty67


quality posts: 0 Private Messages flyingkitty67
julietbean wrote:Please bring the other women's sizes back. Haven't purchased a tshirt from you since you changed it. And I want to buy many...but I'm not shaped like a box.



You could try the mens' sizes. I buy the mens' M because the arms fit better and a women's XL is too small for me.

allnsmithee


quality posts: 3 Private Messages allnsmithee

Congratulations, Oakenspirit!

Perfectly sarcastic!

jsh139


quality posts: 13 Private Messages jsh139

Nit-picky, but I kinda wish the angle of the text was the same as the original TMYK.

Insert signature here.

RichardBronosky


quality posts: 1 Private Messages RichardBronosky
jrs1980 wrote:Hooray for proper grammar. ("Could care less" makes me grind my teeth.)



Tell me about it! ;-)

Whenever I hear "I could care less" I always have to reply with a Dumb&Dumber-esque, "So you're saying that you care?" And of course the offender never has the intelligence to understand my meaning.

--Richard Bronosky

RichardBronosky


quality posts: 1 Private Messages RichardBronosky
theco2 wrote:I'm with you, on this one. When I hear this I want to reply with, "sounds like you actually care," with a big sarcastic smile on my face. I wonder if they would ever catch on?



I can tell you from experience that, no, they will not understand. If you choose to explain it to them. Be ready with 3 different analogies and pencil and paper.

--Richard Bronosky

techboysf


quality posts: 0 Private Messages techboysf

I'm kinda with you two, but long ago stopped being a grammar cop. Excited as hell to get this shirt! Has anyone else gotten a royal blue Woot tee? Is it really as light as the screen shows?

theco2 wrote:I'm with you, on this one. When I hear this I want to reply with, "sounds like you actually care," with a big sarcastic smile on my face. I wonder if they would ever catch on?



Narfcake


quality posts: 284 Private Messages Narfcake
techboysf wrote:... Has anyone else gotten a royal blue Woot tee? Is it really as light as the screen shows?


Since I have no idea how your screen looks, here's a variety of shirts/colors to give you an idea. These are the older shirts, manufactured by American Apparel whereas the current shirts are manufactured by Anvil, but the Royal Blue (rightmost in the 3rd row) is pretty close between the two.

techboysf


quality posts: 0 Private Messages techboysf
commodorecrush wrote:I hope the bad grammar is intentional.



What bad grammar?