hbanzapan


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I don't see anything wrong with the design or anything, but haven't we had enough of the cereal killer joke?

Jestik


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I think the artist is racist. Why didn't he use cocoa puffs for the cereal?

(jokejoke)

Cute, if not obvious. Congrats on the print!



Cfour


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made me chuckle. but would have been better with different background color IMO.

sdkammer


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My bet is on Bagel...he's been out to get cereal for years now!

"Doesn't wear boots" you say? Sure...you're right; but I don't think he acted alone! Last I checked, Lox is a size 10 1/2...

dekonstruct


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I like the design, nice use of perspective, great fadeout on the footprints. The cheerios look a little flat but overall a nice design. Better than most the designs on your flickr even.

I do enjoy the bear knuckles one though.

wpm2283


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Amusing, but cliche...

kmp1331


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jebustrist wrote:Woo another pun shirt so I can draw attention away from my american-idol-addled brain with a barely clever prepackaged joke! Morons everywhere thank you woot!



Well aren't you just the life of the party...

BladderXYU


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I don't like it. Of course, I don't like anything.

dankstick


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If the 1/2 Gallon container of milk is really approximately 11 inches tall, like this one at work is, then...

- The person outlined is 6 foot 5 inches tall.
- The spoon is just over a foot long.
- The cereal peices are almost 2 inches in diameter
- The shoe prints are about 11 inches long leading to a US Men's size 9

Other observations:

- The interwubs tell me that the particular shoe size is worn by a man of about 5 foot 8 inches.
- The outline is that of the Recovery Position.
- The boots are 2nd Pattern Jungle Boots (scroll down) from the Vietnam War era.





So, whodunnit? In my opinion, I would go with an accidental death because of the recovery position. The extremely large flatware and cereal leads me to say that a cook was responsible since that isn't off the shelf cereal. The boots tell me that a person with familiarity of the military was involved.

Conclusion? Cap'n Crunch did it.


wielywillyg


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I have a CD called Cereal Killer by Green Jello. Listen to the '3 little pigs' song and find out who did it..

f7eleven


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i prefer "cereal rapist" over at TSH

Kidgoldstein


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duckcake wrote:Very commonly heard joke on a shirt



Are you cereal?

<insert something witty>

LonChaney


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dankstick wrote:If the 1/2 Gallon container of milk is really approximately 11 inches tall, like this one at work is, then...

- The person outlined is 6 foot 5 inches tall.
- The spoon is just over a foot long.
- The cereal peices are almost 2 inches in diameter
- The shoe prints are about 11 inches long leading to a US Men's size 9

Other observations:

- The interwubs tell me that the particular shoe size is worn by a man of about 5 foot 8 inches.
- The outline is that of the Recovery Position.
- The boots are 2nd Pattern Jungle Boots (scroll down) from the Vietnam War era.





So, whodunnit? In my opinion, I would go with an accidental death because of the recovery position. The extremely large flatware and cereal leads me to say that a cook was responsible since that isn't off the shelf cereal. The boots tell me that a person with familiarity of the military was involved.

Conclusion? Cap'n Crunch did it.



But He's a ship's captain. He wouldn't wear Vietnam era jungle boots. His boots are solid black and his clothing style suggests that he lived way before the Vietnam war. The identity of his rival indicates that his persona was derived from the styles of the early 1800's. Also, in his tv appearances, he's barely taller than the children of his crew, putting him somewhere around 4ft, 3in. No, no, we must think outside of the (cereal)box.

There's only one solution. After poor sales and waning interest in his delicious part of a balanced breakfast, which lead to a halt in production, G.I. Joe was desperate to find a scapegoat. Someone to blame for cereal failure. It was that darn buzzing bee on the tv that did it; talking about "cholesterol" and a "heart healthy diet." Real men don't care about cholesterol! Yes, G.I. Joe Action Stars cereal was the cause of this. Oh cruel death! Why? Why the cheerios?! WHYYYYYYYYYY?!?!

eHalcyon


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dankstick wrote:If the 1/2 Gallon container of milk is really approximately 11 inches tall, like this one at work is, then...

- The person outlined is 6 foot 5 inches tall.
- The spoon is just over a foot long.
- The cereal peices are almost 2 inches in diameter
- The shoe prints are about 11 inches long leading to a US Men's size 9



I don't think you're taking depth of field (right term?) into consideration. If I'm not mistaken, you're scaling your measurement for the milk carton for the other corresponding lengths, but the carton is farthest in the back. The spoon is closer so it appears larger; you can't directly compute its size. I disagree with your conclusion that the spoon is over a foot long. It's still a freaking big spoon though.

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tchudilowsky


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I love it and bought one for my son :-)

zeeter


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Clever shirt...I got one.

AdderXYU


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eHalcyon wrote:It's still a freaking big spoon though.



And I am a banana.

Also, I think it's obvious the cookie crisp guys did this. THEYRE FREAKIN CRIMINALS

lovehatesex


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Alright, this is like the 4th shirt I've bought in a week or something like that?

There needs to be a Woot credit card with rewards lol... and whenever it happens I'll be the first to sign up

Lets just say I've bought a good deal of crap on here, that I probably could've gone without haha!

katiebkool


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Love the footprints in the milk!

Katie

Xenora


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AdderXYU wrote:Also, I think it's obvious the cookie crisp guys did this. THEYRE FREAKIN CRIMINALS



Mr. XYU Banana-man, I'd like to inform you that General Mills(?) just dumped the robber mascots for a wolf. Ah, sad times.

My woot! purchases: The Original Blue Hedgehog; To The Top in the Style of Da Vinci; Deforestation; The Owliminator; Yeti & Robot; Electronica (The holy grail of all shirts... THE SYNTH SHIRT! Wahoo! ^.^)
...and 1 Random. (I hope Woot! doesn't pull another Random Roulette on me for a long time; I need to hang on to my money!)

If there are any repeat posts, blame my stupid computer!

JadenKale


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Xenora wrote:Mr. XYU Banana-man, I'd like to inform you that General Mills(?) just dumped the robber mascots for a wolf. Ah, sad times.



Dude, I heard they didn't do a background check on that wolf. It was said that he had a penchant for bacon in triplicate and women who wear red hoods along with their grandmothers.

cheetara


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sold out ?...

you ae not going to list it again right...? =(

hawaiichk


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I bought it!!!!!!!
HEHE

bonoz


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Is there any way to get this shirt even though it is sold out?

Thanks

renewalls


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I'm looking for this shirt in a medium. Does anyone have one?