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Not a sighting, but a possible new customer conversion story:
Tonight I had a friend over for dinner. I was wearing qetza's reading rocket ship, and almost the first thing she said when she came in was, "Wow, I love your shirt!" I happened to have another one in the next size down (I wasn't sure which size would look better, and figured it wouldn't be too hard to find SOMEONE who'd want whichever one wasn't the right fit), so I gave her that one... and told her about shirt.woot in the process. She wears t-shirts most of the time and is always looking for good long-sleeved ones, so especially with the new weekly sales, she might develop a shirt.woot habit worse than mine!
My bf and I are going to a small board gaming convention here in Massachusetts in a few weeks. I plan to wear woot shirts the entire time (with the possible exception of my Spamalot/Monty Python "I'm not dead yet" tee), and I'm hoping to have some good woot shirt sightings to share when the weekend is over! I see a lot of guys wearing thinkgeek shirts around here (Boston area), but I haven't spotted many woot shirts - though it's possible I just haven't been paying close enough attention...
The goodness of the true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability. - Edgar Allan Poe
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bukosknr wrote:Probably over 100 that will be woot ones.
Every single day woot shirt would be much cooler, but kudos on you for your efforts and best of luck!
I'm just hanging out, really.
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Does this count?
Don't know who made it. (the cupcakes, that is)
My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.
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I saw the top half of Always Leave a Note peaking out from behind a jacket in my Western Civilization Class today.
Bilyum it up all day long!
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On episode #8 of Game On on the TWiT network, Veronica Belmont was wearing A Lot Of This Going Around
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