grypes


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jasneko


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Re: Reservoir Hot Dogs

Nicely done Skek!


melfox86


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Johndis5 wrote:Well, this derby already turned out to be total crap. See you all next week.



Are we looking at the same derby?

parrotworks


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Re: cup hearts cake



In the beginning...

studio1172


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Re: My Revolution Has a First Name...


His name could be Oscar...but he looks more like a Glenn.

VIVA REVOLUTION!

DianaSprinkle


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alephnull2k1 wrote:A little too...suggestive for my taste. Hot dogs are kinda...suggestive...anyway, but with the little 70s-inspired swirls of color, it just gets even more...suggestive. I could not wear that shirt without taking a lot of crap about it, and my girlfriend couldn't wear it without me having to punch out a lot of knuckle-dragging jerks...

Sorry. This one is a "no" for me.



HA HA HA HA HA... rolls around on the ground. Well now I'm glad I took out the little pucker top off the hotdog. Thanks for letting me know sorry this doesn't work for you. Apparently all my designs for this derby are somewhat wrong. I'm glad that the 70's inspired-ness, if that's a word, comes through. Thanks for the comment.

IndependentVik


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Re: No Food or Drink



Dig it, voted! This'll make a great shirt, Boots. Any particular reason the doughnut is upside down?

BootsBoots


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kender42


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patrickspens wrote:It's National Doughnut Day!!!



Don't I already have this shirt? ....oh I see this time he has a brain in a jar. (Doughnut Panic!)

sTyLeS


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Re: Mashed Potatoes of the Third Kind



Love it!
I do this all the time whenever we have mashed potatoes with dinner.

grypes


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I've got 3 entries this time. I would've had 4 but the 4th one was so popular in pre-derby that it's been conscripted towards other uses. :-) For now... my team!







kender42


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Re: One smart cookie



I am going to get this one for the kid if it prints!

alephnull2k1


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Re: Trojan Cupcake



Fun tip: If you need to produce a forest scene on top of a cake (let's say the birthday boy is a hunting enthusiast), broccoli makes great trees...but just like the plastic Optimus Prime, take it off before eating...

Remember. Broccoli is decoration, not food.

kender42


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Re: Grilled



This made me laugh.

kender42


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Re: Pizza N Love



If this doesn't print here you should put Mellow Mushroom logo over the top of it and sell it to them.

grypes


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Re: Not that Easy



Your ideas are so difficult to compete with! <3

grypes


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Re: No Food or Drink



Awww... why so blue?

kender42


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Re: In the Library With the Wrench



Clever! I like it.

walmazan


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Re: Not in My Dojo!



haha!! I love it so much!

studio1172


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Re: lactose intolerant!



Same here. Mess that carton up. Beat the lactose out of it!

ApeLad


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bassanimation wrote:Hahaha, excellent reference!! Yes! +1



Thanks! I rewatched it on netflix recently, and it's been on my mind ever since.

kender42


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Re: A rough life



Raymb I think this one is actually so simple that it is great! I also can't think of a comment for all the Raymb haters out there since I can't think of another shirt you have done like this.

studio1172


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Re: Mashed Potatoes of the Third Kind



Yeah...It is safe to say that any kid born in the 70's has done this with their dinner.

mrrogers413


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Re: In the Library With the Wrench




Awesome shirt guys.

kender42


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Re: A rough life



I would have liked the 'kart' drivers to have been closer to make the pun even more obvious.

Johndis5


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Re: Cookiethulhu



OK, you clearly just crammed some stuff of no relation together.

Is it suppose to be in space eating a cookie moon? It makes no sense. Perfect example of pop culture crap being used to pander with absolutely no concept other than the convoluted one you will likely spew out in response.

IndependentVik


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Re: In the Library With the Wrench



Too funny. The little motion lines around Mustard really sell it for me.

paigeg


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Re: Just Chili-in'



I like to cook, and I like chili. But I often don't have time or inclination to hang out chopping veggies. Sooo, I invented 'cheater's chili'. This shirt is the recipe, more or less (stealing a page from Wences' book - Hope you don't mind, amigo!).
Brown 2 lbs ground beef in a heavy pot, then drain. Add a giant can of kidney beans (I think it's like a quart); two jars of Newman's Own Hot Salsa (or your own fave); a small 8 oz can of tomato sauce; as much chili powder as you like. Stir it up, put the lid on, turn it to low, and forget about it for a while - hours, even. Works in the crockpot, too.
This is the first version - halftone dots for highlights and shading.

BootsBoots


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Re: Not that Easy



Thanks! Ees funny, no? Oui!


studio1172


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Re: No Food or Drink



They have the same eyes...

Everyone should break this rule. Fight the man and make your food feel free.

kender42


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Re: Soupuku



I think this is very clever and way too cute for something with intestines all over the place!

GMV!

DianaSprinkle


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Re: Doughnut Lobotomy



Ha ha ha ha I really like this one... Not sure if it needs the text though. This is a really clever use of the donut hole.

chumpmagic


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Re: aaAAaaAAh



Revised , less disturbing version of my "Heaven on Earth" from the meat derby.

Bacon Rules!


deftgurl


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Re: Sheriff Skillet



I love the smell of napalm/bacon in the morning!

alephnull2k1


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DianaSprinkle wrote:HA HA HA HA HA... rolls around on the ground. Well now I'm glad I took out the little pucker top off the hotdog. Thanks for letting me know sorry this doesn't work for you. Apparently all my designs for this derby are somewhat wrong. I'm glad that the 70's inspired-ness, if that's a word, comes through. Thanks for the comment.



You're currently fogging, so maybe there are a lot of edgy college-types who probably like this one for precisely the reasons I couldn't wear it. Retro-70's is apparently "in"...best of luck to you! The artwork is really well done.

And yes, the pucker would have been...uh...hard to swallow. ;)

paigeg


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Re: Just Chili-in', V2.0



I like to cook, and I like chili. But I often don't have time or inclination to hang out chopping veggies. Sooo, I invented 'cheater's chili'. This shirt is the recipe, more or less (stealing a page from Wences' book - Hope you don't mind, amigo!).
Brown 2 lbs ground beef in a heavy pot, then drain. Add a giant can of kidney beans (I think it's like a quart); two jars of Newman's Own Hot Salsa (or your own fave); a small 8 oz can of tomato sauce; as much chili powder as you like. Stir it up, put the lid on, turn it to low, and forget about it for a while - hours, even. Works in the crockpot, too.
This is version 2 of the design, hand-shaded and highlighted, no halftone dots.

craftyminou


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Re: In the Library With the Wrench



I don't normally wear brown shirts but I would make an exception for this. GMV, and a definite buy if it prints!

cruelnv


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Re: Grilled



Oh, the (lack of) inhumanity!

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Spiritgreen


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Re: Cookiethulhu



@megsck, bass', melfox - thanks!

@Johndis5, it's planet Earth as a cookie (see the nations marked with cracks and chips). So yes, the Cthulhu/Cookie Monster is in space.

kender42


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Re: Octo-hotdog



My wife makes little Bento Boxes for the kid every once in a while and these are her favorites.

Sadly this looks a little to...phallic for my taste.