laurendz12


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Re: I lost my spaghetti. =( 4 You



I lost my spaghetti. =( d. livers approved

eHalcyon


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Re: Portents



This phrase should be used after every one of your sentences.

I had pizza for lunch yesterday... in accordance with the prophecy.
Can I go to the bathroom? ...in accordance with the prophecy.
You dress funny... in accordance with the prophecy.

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Re: I Love You



I first heard the phrase in Fushigi Yuugi, but have since heard it in any number of Anime, Japanese and Chinese dramas. It is a very sweet and romantic way of saying "I love you". I hope you love the shirt.

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Re: Everyone Laughs



This is my first attempt. Please give some feedback.

laurendz12


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i meant... I lost my spaghetti. =( d. livers approved!

there. now you know.

eHalcyon


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Re: How Distracting



My friend's favourite colour really is "shiny".

Seriously.

Also, I'm Canadian - you have no idea how much it bugs me not to have the u's in "favourite colour".

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i meant... I lost my spaghetti. =( d. livers approved!

there. now you know.

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dtreichler wrote:While I strongly prefer your design, this has been done before. That phrase is too embedded in pop culture to not be on a t-shirt somewhere.



You are right...

I will remove this and submit a new version.

Thanks

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Re: Trophy Geek



This is great! Would definitely get it for my hubbie to wear.

6walnuts


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Re: Trophy Geek



This is great! Would definitely get it for my hubbie to wear.

eHalcyon


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Re: Punctuation Nomenclature



Parentheses: ()
Brackets: []
Braces: {}

In case you didn't know.

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DirtiusMaximus wrote:It's pretty, but it's hard to read. At first it looked like "I am" was supposed to be one word, and I couldn't make out what the letters were supposed to be. The "I" kind of looks like it could be a "B" for instance.



I think the point of the shirt was that it would be hard to read, in order to aid in the spy business.

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Re: The Secret



The joke is that there is no joke. Don't tell anyone!

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Re: Dendrophiliac



This isn't within PG-13 terms? It seems the only way someone could turn this into an R is if they already knew what a dendrophiliac was. I don't agree with the rejection.

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Re: My foot is an alien



When is a door not a door? When it's ajar! So when is a foot not a foot? When it's an alien masquerading as your foot.
(props to my 4yo for the phrase)

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Re: Kiwi Kiwi



A poem by yours truly.

Oh Kiwi, thou art round and brown,
how beautiful be ye.
'Tis certain that a golden crown
would match so perfectly!
And purple robes fit for a king
might garb thine feathered frame!
No greater flightless bird did sing,
O Kiwi of acclaim!
And Kiwi, thou art green at heart
or golden like the sun.
'Tis fragrant when thine soul imparts
perfume matched not by one!
And tangy sweet to taste I know,
thou art utmost preferred.
O Kiwi, how I love you so,
Kiwi! Both fruit and bird.

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Re: Want More Bacon!



Why should you have to stop eating your yummy breakfast just to ask for more bacon? Wear the shirt, instead!

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Re: Stoopid



Actually, sometimes I am Stoopid as well.



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Re: Smile and pass the bean dip



What should you do if you're at a party and a guest brings up politics, religion, or another uncomfortable topic? Just smile and pass the bean dip, of course!

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eyeslikesugar wrote:Doesn't say Vegan diet; I see the diet part as essential to the joke.. and honestly, I didn't look. So, we'll leave it up to Woot. Thanks for tattling properly (/sarcasm), and wear your safety-belts!



I agree. The punchline being the same doesn't make the joke the same.

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Re: No More



Comic sans is such an overused font. I didn't use it in this design.

And "sans comic sans" is at least mildly clever.

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Re: Big Dipper Bar



Welcome to the Big Dipper Bar! Serving the best in celestial spirits!

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eHalcyon


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Re: Ontological Fun



Semantics is a meaningful subject.

GET IT?

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Re: If at first you don't fricassee, fry, fry a hen



In the children's novel "Caddie Woodlawn", one of the boys needs to recite "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again". After he is teased by his brother, he ends up saying "if at first you don't fricassee, fry, fry a hen".

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Re: Kiss me, I'm a Vampire



So, does "Kiss me, I'm Irish" not work for you? Is it too perky? Instead, impress all your goth friends with this "Kiss me, I'm a Vampire" shirt!

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Re: can i get an amen?



Actually, Papyrus is worse.

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Re: Melanin Test



Many people complain that they're too pale for creme. Well, now all you folks can make sure.

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Re: Not just another Random Redshirt



You know that guy in Trek? The one you've never seen before? You know him, there, behind Kirk the jerk, in the red shirt. Yeah him. Ever notice how the random red shirts never make it to the end of the episode? Well, don't you worry, this isn't that red shirt. You're not yet dead.

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Re: Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play




So, I hear you were in a car accident yesterday and broke both your legs. Did you have a nice drive other than that? What did Mrs. Lincoln think of the play?

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eHalcyon


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Re: Comma Splice



Splice means "to join together" so the sentence doesn't make sense, but you get the idea.

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Re: Impromptu



I spontaneously plan stuff all the time. Don't you?

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This is the motto.

jeremyvm wrote:This the motto that got me through college.



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grobson wrote:Pretty much my current catchphrase.

In fact, this shirt is dedicated to all the guys here at work that make fun of my tween catchphrases and txt talk. Whatev, jerks.



*giggles* this is great

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oh man, I hope this wins. I would wear this everywhere... it took me awhile, but I get it... too funny!

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Re: Medi Jind Tricks




WHY NO STAR WARS? Didnt see a rule for it? Oh wait you make them up as you F'n go.

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dsgnGrl wrote:http://www.snorgtees.com/strangershavethebestcandy-p-312.html



Seriously I think we're gonna set the rejection record with this derby. 75% of these designs are stolen from shirts or bumper stickers.

eHalcyon


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Re: I Hate GST



This is one tax hike that I wouldn't mind.

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Re: Poisoning Pigeons in the park



Based on the Tom Lehrer song of the same name, this is a great shirt to wear to a city park. Not a great choice for a trip to the Audubon sanctuary, though.

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