jessieboomboom


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*fingerscrosseddddd*!!!

handicripple


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Re: It's Medicinal



I'm willing to bet that if amazon.woot–amazoot–wootever–offered a grass colored shirt made of 100% hemp they'd be feeling a tad different. At least one would hope. Then, I suppose dude could've done a slightly better job and making it look medical. Ah, maybe next time.

skott67


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Re: Stink Less!



As a MS teacher I want to wear this shirt every day

qwasdfz


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llandar wrote:I liked this the first time when CrescentDebris did it.



Hate to say what everyone else has already said, but I liked Crescent's better.

shanesny


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Well, I thought it was funny.

creativehack


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Re: THE FLUX CAPACITOR (resub)



You can't buy one, but you can ask your kids to bring one back to you when they are older

RAMPage Soccer for your iPad

wheeliebobby


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Re: The Delicious Truth



I love the idea of this shirt and hope to buy several. Gummies are my grandkids favorite treat...even over chocolate!

xvszero


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Oh god yes. Tea is infinitely superior to coffee!

walmazan


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Re: LADDERS Zombies Cannot Climb Them




Please, please let me buy it this weekend!

Go Drakxxx!

blinddog3d


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Re: Think Inside the Box! (V2)



http://www.escapistmagazine.com/images/display/59665.jpg
This article is about a french prisoner who actually escaped using Snake's Cardboard Box. They still haven't caught him! Ultimate disguise? Oh, yeah!

*Vote* and get this tribute to the greatest "non-leathal" war hero ever into the top 100.

Thank you,
BlindDog Box
*Vote* if you've ever played MetalGearSolid! It's only the best game ever!

bkearney09


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joemail11 wrote:Not for you, I prefer it the way it is. I was just helping meh see the product by phrasing it like 99% of the other shirts.



Ha ha! Thanks Joe!

caylab


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annnnytime! i guess the subtle humor in the shirt didn't come off as well as i had hoped.

blinddog3d wrote:No. I'm not stoned right now, can I have a hit of what you're smokin'?

hehehe
brUno



j5


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Re: Fuel the Addiction


I consider myself to be chock-full-o-objectivity, but this is so full of "Meh" I'm shocked...SHOCKED that it fogged....oh wait...no I'm not.
The image is fine, the slogan is fail.


Also, I agree with lucksource.

move along

blinddog3d


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Re: Puppies Love Treats!



They are SO fluffy!
This is expertly executed! I am the ultimate doggy fan 9hence the tag: BlindDog) and we have our "grand-doggies" over this week while their mommy is on vacation. They look JUST LIKE THIS!

They LOVE treats and they would totally eat your snadwich, burrito, eggs & bacon or whatever else you leave where they can get them!

This is really cute work! Kudos= +1
BlindDog

candyisit


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I bake and sell cakes so this would be a great shirt! I wish it had both a woman and a man on it with their fancy garb.

bassanimation


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Re: Raisins Ruin Everything



Favorite in the whole derby! Still rooting for you, Boots! Down with the horrible turdlinger fruits!!!

thumperchick


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Re: a hug in a mug



I spy the Dunkin Donuts font and color scheme!

thumperchick


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Re: Think Inside the Box! (V2)



Your design was highly entertaining. Unfortunately, I really, really, really dislike heather grey shirts. I have missed out on a few great designs because of this. Other less than popular colors are lemon and creme. Sometimes the design overcomes the colors, but mostly those awesome designs get lost due to shirt color. Good luck.

SnowQueenVT


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blinddog3d wrote:They are SO fluffy!
This is expertly executed! I am the ultimate doggy fan 9hence the tag: BlindDog) and we have our "grand-doggies" over this week while their mommy is on vacation. They look JUST LIKE THIS!

They LOVE treats and they would totally eat your snadwich, burrito, eggs & bacon or whatever else you leave where they can get them!

This is really cute work! Kudos= +1
BlindDog



Thank you Blind dog, I love your shirt too, it's very funny...will comment on your thread.

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

linedel


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blinddog3d wrote:
My kid can draw better than this. write better, too. I don't get it?

I thought this was like an "Art Contest" but it's like Highschool.



Is Kandinsky an artist? He just throws speckles of paint around? Any 5 year old can do that. Jim Davis? Pictures of a fat cat eating lasagna with the same recycled 20 year old jokes? Trump films Celebrity Apprentice in his spare time when he isn't looking for birth certificates... and people watch it?!??! Is Yngvie just copying Paganini? Does Bieber need another haircut? Is Drakxxx just Cthulhu's fourth tentacle from the left*?

Art isn't who can generate the most awesome high resolution super hot 3d ubergraphic. There has to be a connection to the viewer, which comes from something other than graphic quality.

So what if the artist can't draw (or if it was a stylistic choice, that's even more impressive, since it demonstrates restraint). He got his point across without adding a bunch of useless detail. I mean, they're electrical sockets. How much detail do you need there, and how much detail would just distract from the faces he was pointing out?

Slight puerile? Maybe, but that's the world we live in; and I don't mean shirt.woot. Considering the theme, he executed sufficiently.

Didn't vote for it, wouldn't wear it, won't buy it, but can conclusively say that this entry solidly fits within the category of art.



(*I'm not even sure what the Drakxxx question means, it just seemed to fit the rest of the paragraph.)

SnowQueenVT


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Re: Think Inside the Box! (V2)



Very very funny and really nicely done. Also very timely since so many people on our planet live with war and about all they have is a cardboard box.I love the statement you are making here and also the opportunity to laugh at our own humanity.Very awesome!

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

bassanimation


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Re: They're Watching.



Hahaha this is super cute. Ive always thought electrical outlets look like unhappy little faces. I like the sort of hand drawn style. I personally think it adds to the charm. ^_^

blinddog3d


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skott67 wrote:As a MS teacher I want to wear this shirt every day


"Every Day?" Then the shirt would stink.
You should get the "Laundry Detergent" Tshirt to go with it.

♫Peee-yoooooooo-!ew♫
BlindDog3D

myteemo


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Wences, you are one crazy kid! I love it. :D


Re: The best contraceptive!



blinddog3d


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caylab wrote:annnnytime! i guess the subtle humor in the shirt didn't come off as well as i had hoped.



Too subtle.
The tagline doesn't follow the tshirt around, it's gotta be "stand-alone complex." I dig the stoned cat with the red eyes. I had a dog in college that ate my stash and he looked very similar. Duh....dogh.

or, I could just be blind? Yeah, that's it, I just couldn't see it.
brUno "BlindDog3D" O'shitzgood

dalekempress


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Re: TOWELS



I think this is the only shirt out of this derby that I would actually wear. LOVE IT!

blinddog3d


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SnowQueenVT wrote:Very very funny and really nicely done. Also very timely since so many people on our planet live with war and about all they have is a cardboard box.I love the statement you are making here and also the opportunity to laugh at our own humanity.Very awesome!



Thank you, for seeing that.

Kojima-san spends ultimate resources testing the ultimate weapons for the game (actual, real weapons are used in the game) but to attain the ultimate prize you have to get thru the entire game without killing a single person, armed only with a Cardboard Box! It is a trophy to ingenuity. This shirt would make you the coolest kid at EconTokyo!

This is too "tounge-in-cheek," I guessed, and probably why it's not doing so well. But I just HAD to...so,

Thanks again, your comment made my day!
brUno "BlindDog3D"

PS- I've seen some of your previous entries, and you are consistantly hitting home run concepts and have a widely diversafied and adaptable style. You are definitely not a "one trick pony!" Very professional. I love your dot-gradients. I wanna learn how to do that!

laughtrack


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Re: Raisins Ruin Everything


When this prints, it'll be my third royal blue, cookie-related, Woot shirt. And I'm fine with that.

aswati


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lonelypond wrote:cute



Thanks lonelypond!






aswati


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blinddog3d wrote:"Bite the cute."
Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrruff! Grrrr.
(Shredded cutenes everywhere)




brUno



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dojorat2


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Re: Think Inside the Box! (V2)



Nice design. I like the detail work on the box. Would buy one if it is produced.

blinddog3d


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dojorat2 wrote:Nice design. I like the detail work on the box. Would buy one if it is produced.



Dojorat2, you sound like a rodent that is good at hiding and being a stealthy ninja! I would so wear this (to stand out) even if I do say so myself. I try to design shirts that I would wear proudly!

MetalGearSolid Rules!
Thanks,
brUno

thatrobert


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Re: Stink Less!



Thanks all for the nice words and votes this derby! I haven't had a chance to participate in a while and this was a nice welcome back.




blinddog3d


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Re: cat nip: get your cat as high as you are



Don't take this the wrong way, this is totally executed without any thought to the message, but it made me laugh every time I look at that cat.... so I gave him a vote! It will have to be an "Woot.Inside joke"

Hahahahaaaaa!
brUno

walmazan


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sTyLeS


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Re: TShirts and Diet Stains



Cool, 93 votes. Not too shabby for a shirt that would come with stains already on it.

blinddog3d


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Re: Even Pigs Love Bacon! (V2 Sans Soliel




This was my first time using gradients in Adobe Illustrator. I have a friend who is the Art Director at a marketing firm and he skoold me.

I told him about shirt.woot.com/ and he's so awesome, he doesn't have time to "waste" for a measely $1000.00! He's bankin'. oh well, at least he won't be in my way! Thanks for the tute, Riddler!

But, I had a lot of fun and Sorry to all the veagans I offended. I can't help it, I LOVE BACON! (Most dogs do, y'know)

BlindDog brUno

djtheatre


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Re: Piñatas: Beat them up! They stole your candy!



Thanks to everyone who made this such a successful entry for me! I appreciate all the support! We'll see what happens next week!

jasneko


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Re: Calculators! Problem Solved!

This looks fantastic, nice work midgerock.

Vote!

blinddog3d


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sTyLeS wrote:Cool, 93 votes. Not too shabby for a shirt that would come with stains already on it.



Too bad you couldn't make it about "Cheetos Brand Snacks" but the nod is clever and very slickly done, I missed this one earlier.

+94
brUno