wongwahfung


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In for one for the girl, she be loving her grilled cheese & this shirt fits her too well.

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tabrazinski


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Webfoot08 wrote:People, please.

When you grill a sandwich in butter in a frying pan, and the heat is anywhere above "low", the butter turns brown. Okay? And if there's a lot of butter, it drips.

This microwave Hot Pockets generation doesn't know from anything.



eeeeeewwwwww.... that's too much butter.

LesReed


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zetec wrote:As a grilled cheese addict, I'm totally in for this woot. I also thought I'd share some grilled cheese tips:

- Always use shredded cheese. I prefer a blend of two different cheeses.
- Use butter liberally on the toast. Or a healthier alternative. Your choice, just use a lot.
- Garlic Salt. Period. No exceptions. Just a nice pinch or two sprinkled on the cheese before the second slice of toast is applied.
- Crushed Red Peppers. Obviously not for everyone, but just the tiniest pinch can add a subtle kick to your sandwich that sneaks up slowly behind the garlic salt.
- Your toast should be at least half an 3/4 an inch thick. Any thinner, and your sandwich will not only fall apart, it'll be more likely to burn and you lose out on some flavor.

Many people also enjoy Mayo on their grilled cheese. Not my preference, but many people swear by it, thought I should throw that out there. Happy grilling!

PS: Stay away from those Kraft Singles. Shame on you.



I can't wait to try one with some garlic salt. I wish I could stay Satellite of Love from work and just make grilled cheese sandwiches. Yeah, I got a shirt.

Josephus


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TAYLORT5 wrote:josephus I hope you were joking, Minnesota is the state that shows up lighter. and utah & washington are the most buys.



Actually, right at first, it was pretty much California and Wisconsin that were the only states buying. That's long changed, though. Utah seems to need grilled cheese the most. who knew?
and nada from Alabama. I'd guess grilled cheese is too healthy for their diets. ;^)

Webfoot08


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JadenKale wrote:Not all of us on woot are strictly Hot Pocket fans... In fact, I recently cooked french toast and grilled cheese sandwiches in the last 2 wks.



In the same meal??? :-)

Webfoot08


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Josephus wrote:Actually, right at first, it was pretty much California and Wisconsin that were the only states buying. That's long changed, though. Utah seems to need grilled cheese the most. who knew?
and nada from Alabama. I'd guess grilled cheese is too healthy for their diets. ;^)



Haaa, love this. When I heard that our Southern bros and sis's eat deep-fried Mars bars, that did it for me. If I ever go south of the Mason-Dixon line, I'm packing along survival food. Maybe even a grilled cheese sandwich with lots o' butta.

jjkenobi


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Well, the artist actually made a grilled cheese sandwich look gross, and then put it on a shirt.

TurboGraphx16


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AdderXYU wrote:Grilled cheese makes a delicious snack.

Clearly it makes a hideous shirt.

I find it amazing, saddening, and a little nauseating that people seem to be buying and considering this shirt because they like grilled cheeses without taking into account that it is an insipid piece of art that doesn't fit the medium at all.



I'm not sure if it was your intention, but that statement made you come off as a tad bit elitist.

People have different tastes. Just because you love something doesn't automatically make it a well thought out peice of art. On the same hand, just because you dislike something doesn't make it terrible. Not everyone's going to agree with you all the time. You make it sound as if your opinion is better than everyone elses.

Anyways, I personally do not like the shirt. During the summer months I try not to buy black shirts, plus the design just doesn't do much for me ...

sidecarsally


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mmmm i love grilled cheese.

Tolana


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Okay now I'm hungry.

I looove grilled cheese. In addition to the other suggestions here, I'd say try adding a few real bacon pieces on the melting cheese. Yum! Unless you're having it with a bowl of tomato soup. Then classic grilled cheese is the way to go.

Unfortunately, this design just doesn't capture the warm and yummy grilled cheese experience for me. I think it's a grilled cheese gone bad -- the center of the bread is toasted, but the outer part by the crust isn't!

nickpost


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First shirt I've bought. I have no idea why this gets me. It's like a Firebird symbol.

wootsauce


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I love grilled cheese sandwiches, but not on a shirt. And a black shirt too...

Pass.

Spotnik


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zetec wrote:As a grilled cheese addict, I'm totally in for this woot. I also thought I'd share some grilled cheese tips:

- Always use shredded cheese. I prefer a blend of two different cheeses.
- Use butter liberally on the toast. Or a healthier alternative. Your choice, just use a lot.
- Garlic Salt. Period. No exceptions. Just a nice pinch or two sprinkled on the cheese before the second slice of toast is applied.
- Crushed Red Peppers. Obviously not for everyone, but just the tiniest pinch can add a subtle kick to your sandwich that sneaks up slowly behind the garlic salt.
- Your toast should be at least half an 3/4 an inch thick. Any thinner, and your sandwich will not only fall apart, it'll be more likely to burn and you lose out on some flavor.

Many people also enjoy Mayo on their grilled cheese. Not my preference, but many people swear by it, thought I should throw that out there. Happy grilling!

PS: Stay away from those Kraft Singles. Shame on you.



Mustard. One must have mustard on a grilled cheese. And I like to use super sharp cheddar. On wheat bread. Mmmmm.

fuzzycorgi


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zetec wrote:As a grilled cheese addict, I'm totally in for this woot. I also thought I'd share some grilled cheese tips:

- Always use shredded cheese. I prefer a blend of two different cheeses.
- Use butter liberally on the toast. Or a healthier alternative. Your choice, just use a lot.
- Garlic Salt. Period. No exceptions. Just a nice pinch or two sprinkled on the cheese before the second slice of toast is applied.
- Crushed Red Peppers. Obviously not for everyone, but just the tiniest pinch can add a subtle kick to your sandwich that sneaks up slowly behind the garlic salt.
- Your toast should be at least half an 3/4 an inch thick. Any thinner, and your sandwich will not only fall apart, it'll be more likely to burn and you lose out on some flavor.

Many people also enjoy Mayo on their grilled cheese. Not my preference, but many people swear by it, thought I should throw that out there. Happy grilling!

PS: Stay away from those Kraft Singles. Shame on you.



You have much wisdom zetec.

Many, many moons ago my babysitter taught us kids to dip grilled cheese sammiches in a glob of ketchup. Mmmmmmmm. I learned many things from her. One of the tidbits I learned was that peanut butter and jelly sammiches dipped in ketchup is NASTY. Sadly, I found this little pearl of wisdom out for myself.

flipmeister


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Webfoot08 wrote:People, please.

When you grill a sandwich in butter in a frying pan, and the heat is anywhere above "low", the butter turns brown. Okay? And if there's a lot of butter, it drips.

This microwave Hot Pockets generation doesn't know from anything.



[in a soft, jim gaffigan voice].... hoooottt pocket

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mnj7333


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i dont know about the rest of my fellow wooters... but that looks like a puke sandwhich...
if my grill cheese sandwhich was that drippy, i would have to take it to the doctor for a shot of penicillin.

Nothing is finer than an ice cold Shiner!

marvinsskeleton


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I had to pick one up for my daughter. She's 7 and LOVES grilled cheese. This shirt was just perfect for her.

It also works out well because I just bought the Extinct shirt yesterday for my 5 year old son. No one will feel left out.

flipmeister


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TAYLORT5 wrote:Black pepper works just as well.



i suddenly want to try some fresh peppercorn... anyone have any thoughts or experiences?

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wstewartiii


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I don't know what kind of sick grilled cheese you guys eat, but I'm glad I have never had one with brown butter...

davidoshea


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AdderXYU wrote:Grilled cheese makes a delicious snack.

Clearly it makes a hideous shirt.

I find it amazing, saddening, and a little nauseating that people seem to be buying and considering this shirt because they like grilled cheeses without taking into account that it is an insipid piece of art that doesn't fit the medium at all.



Wait - The grilled cheese is "insipid", but this is somehow acceptable as "shirt art?"



Wow. I wish I was your therapist.

Probations:
5x Be nice to your fellow Wooters. (5h)
2x Woot being subjective dolts

Oldyeller89


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looks more like some mutated alien than a grilled cheese.

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bobichka


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Does this shirt really look as disgusting as I think? Is it just me?

tabrazinski


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it also vaguely reminds me of the triforce.. and not in a good way.

jslacson


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i dunno...black shirt + summer = pass.

not to mention i'm not too fond of the whole melty grilled cheese on a shirt thing.

Everbody


quality posts: 4 Private Messages Everbody

How about making a shirt out of the Who's Buying map? And then make a shirt out of the Who's Buying Map for the sales of that Who's Buying map shirt? Then we'll find out who's behind all of this. I think it's the lizard people, but their retirement plan vacuums.

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sandbar67


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JadenKale wrote: Just a question, if you like my designs, why didn't you ever get a Nessie shirt? (checkin' out your sig, I don't happen to see one, so I was curious)



I actually love the Nessie shirt. But if I bought every shirt I liked on woot, I'd be broke. But the next one I see of yours up here, I'm buying. Hows that?

dancingnancie427


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flipmeister wrote:[in a soft, jim gaffigan voice].... hoooottt pocket




HAHAHAHAHA I LOVE THAT GUY!!

Srsly. Go to Ye Olde Video Posting Site (*ahem*) and search "hot pockets jim gaffigan". Prepare to wet yourself. SO FUNNY.

My grilled cheese has to be with mayo on the outside. Just TRY it people, it's delicious. Ketchup FTW!

Kraft singles are acceptable ONLY when tomato-soup dunking is involved.

Why do you suspect so many Oregonians are wooting? Could it be because of the Tillamook cheese factory there?

artulo


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flipmeister wrote:[in a soft, jim gaffigan voice].... hoooottt pocket





Dead Pockets!

ambergreen


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sandbar67 wrote:can anyone spot the Virgin Mary?? awesome design, in for two.



looks more like Michelle Pfeiffer to me.

Prezkot


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Gaffigan is my God. (oh he's going to hell)

What should we run in Mexico?

Uhm... uhm... Caliente Pocket?

Jesus was a carpenter, but was he a good carpenter? The Bible never addresses this.

"Yeah that Jesus built a shed for my cousin, what a piece of carp."

"I'm the son of God!"

"That may be so, but right now you're building a shed. So hop to it Je`sus."

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+ 2 Random Shirts (Five Bucks Coffee, Cassette Taps)
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antifolkhero


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Never liked grilled cheesed. If this were cosmic Mac I'd probably be closer to salivating, though I can't think of the last time I described a t-shirt as delicious.

ghouck


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Neat idea, but I'm not going in only due to the fact that it doesn't look that much like a grilled cheese sandwich. On a shirt like this, it should be 100% obvious what it is, even from a bit of a distance. Shirts shouldn't need to be explained, especially abstract ones. . .

ghouck


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wstewartiii wrote:I don't know what kind of sick grilled cheese you guys eat, but I'm glad I have never had one with brown butter...



I gotta agree (And I think I'm the only person on the planet that does NOT put butter on their grilled cheese sandwich. Nothing but bread and cheese for me!)

mdwarren


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i think being slightly hotter than your friends in white t-shirts is a small price to pay for such a wonderful design. grilled cheese is edible art and now we get to wear it!!!!!!!!!!

briarpuck


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[This shirt tells the world: “This is why I ordered this shirt in 2XL.”]

Actually, this shirt tells the world why I ordered it in 3XL... :o)

tohru


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It ain't no Mr.Toast. Maybe if it had a face and cheese was oozing from the sides. Maybe a halo. It needs to look more like a real grilled cheese sandwich with freeflowing cheese. Looks like psychadellic grilled cheese. Too symmetrical. Just doesn't look like food.

joshkarpf


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I will both eat it and wear it.

Webfoot08


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Don't be stingy with the butter. It makes you look like an old Scrooge.

Webfoot08


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ghouck wrote:I gotta agree (And I think I'm the only person on the planet that does NOT put butter on their grilled cheese sandwich. Nothing but bread and cheese for me!)



How do you grill it without it sticking to the pan? Do you hold it over the burner with a pair of tongs?

SailorButterfly


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jledmond wrote:Ummm this makes me hungry but I don't think I would want to wear it.



Same here.

And I resent this remark:

This shirt tells the world: “This is why I ordered this shirt in 2XL.”



:p :p :p

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