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zyzeast wrote:Oh come on, how is it sold out already
I really like this shirt, what happens when a shirt gets sold out on here? I mean, couldn't they just print more?
They will. Come back after midnight, and you can buy it for $15!
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Auricom46 wrote:I'm feeling really, really confused right now.
After reading so many comments about the "panda" that's on this shirt, I'm left with one question:
Where the heck do you see a panda?
I feel like this is some artistic interpretation of an ink-blot test, and panda seems to be the thought of the day today.
I see the lines of a keyhole puncturing giant shadow monsters who seem to be attempting to hold on to each other lest they become absorbed into where the hole might lead them.
The one on the right still has his/her legs, while the other seems to be floating due to either magic or otherwise. The hands are obvious, and the two black blots hanging above them could have been their minds.
Sounds strange, I know. I just can't seem to find the freaking panda.
This is bizarre to me how so many are not seeing the panda. I think the "close up" is causing the problem as the panda is only partially in that closeup and so the mind is thrown off.
The heads of the two "shadow monsters" are the black eye patches of the panda with the white dots being its eyes. The bump of the hands clasped is his nose. There is no mouth because he's looking down. The black blobs floating over the monsters heads are his ears...the white curved arcs from the ears to the eyes outline his head. The inner area of the head is grey because he is in the shadows with the sun behind him.
Once you get the head, the rest should make sense. Again, ignore the closeup square and look at the whole thing. Does that help?
EDIT ... Or I could have read two more posts and realized you already figured it out. Oh well.
I got a fever, and the only prescription...is more pong! (What Christopher Walken should have said in Balls of Fury.)
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chrisprender wrote:Is that the Gateway Arch and the Space Needle? If Seattle and St. Louis are one city, we've got bigger problems than a giant panda.
I'd say more representative of woot's move from MO to WA.
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