jamesclaflin


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tarakeet wrote:Is it more immature to make a shirt with a cross on it, or not to be familiar with great works of literature? Or to decide that anything with a cross on it is offensive? Not to understand what the word "allegory" means?

Jesus wasn't the only person ever crucified and a cross isn't strictly a Christian symbol, so unless you understood the story of Moby boghog, this shirt could be completely unreligious.



Besides the fact that it has sacrilicious and jesus written up there so OBVIOUSLY its referencing religion. You can argue if its highly offensive or not (it is) but your specific argument is hugely flawed due to the facts i stated above.

jamesclaflin


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



I really like the subtle open book beneath the cat, nice touch.

pharmacide


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Re: Watership Down


what book is this from?

pharmacide


quality posts: 11 Private Messages pharmacide
Re: firestarter



This is good for anybody who likes The Prodigy!

SailorButterfly


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



Me Gusta.

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The "Most Awesome Butterfly-Sailor Hybrid on Woot"

pharmacide


quality posts: 11 Private Messages pharmacide
Re: Gnomes and Molearty - VERSION2



Definitely like the night version better!

odysseyroc


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kevlar51


quality posts: 47 Private Messages kevlar51
Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



This is fantastic!!!!

pharmacide


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Re: The Cliffhanger



Good idea that I think you executed well. Can't wait for your second entry! I can't take the suspense!

pharmacide


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theinfinityloop


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Hopefully it's pretty clear, but the top part is Alice in Wonderland, and the bottom is Through the Looking Glass. I have always loved those old illustrations from the books.


pharmacide


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Andy47240


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Re: Roland's Quest


This is pretty incredible.



JadenKale


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



.......


*drools*

taternuggets


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pharmacide wrote:what book is this from?



I think the title of the shirt contains a clue.


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tessap


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



Hope you win! I want one

pharmacide


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Re: Sketchbook



Very cool! I like the little stick figure the best... my sketchbook might have stranger things coming out of it though!

pharmacide


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Re: ghost stories!



The book definitely seems haunted by whats inside of him... I can relate!

uniique


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



Oh HELLZ yeah! GMV

Sergio37


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Re: Illiterate rainbow



+1
http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=53779
not this one

pharmacide


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taternuggets wrote:I think the title of the shirt contains a clue.



You're right! Never heard of the book before. Good inspiration taken from the title!

laughalot


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Re: Amount of Books



Genius!

groverthehyper


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Re: The Grammarian


I totally adore this shirt! Not every feline is born to be an lol cat

grael


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Re: Literary fail



You captured C.S. Lewis' bow tie prefectly.

bellarific


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Re: You Are What You Eat



Oooh, cute idea! I feel like this could expand into a really good children's book!

taternuggets


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pharmacide wrote:You're right! Never heard of the book before. Good inspiration taken from the title!



It's a fantastic book. Highly recommend.


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nnyinside


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Hey guys, this is my first submission to Woot! I really had some fun making this design, and I want to make more in the future. I'd appreciate some feedback and suggestions for things to keep in mind for next week. Thanks!

elthewolfesq


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nnyinside wrote:Hey guys, this is my first submission to Woot! I really had some fun making this design, and I want to make more in the future. I'd appreciate some feedback and suggestions for things to keep in mind for next week. Thanks!



I like it a lot! The golf club is funny. Is that the Elin Woods grape?

The only thing I would say is maybe keep the graphic a little more narrow away from edge of the shirt. Maybe woot fixes that but it might concern me if I were actually buying.

midgerock


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Re: I kill with my heart.



Inspired by The Dark Tower series by Stephen King. Awesome series if you never read them. The dual pistols of the gunslinger. I took artistic licensing with placing and enamel rose in the hilt of the pistols. The line is a mantra of sorts for the gunslinger and his kin. The full mantra is:

I do not aim with my hand; he who aims with his hand has forgotten the face of his father.
I aim with my eye.

I do not shoot with my hand; he who shoots with his hand has forgotten the face of his father.
I shoot with my mind.

I do not kill with my gun; he who kills with his gun has forgotten the face of his father.
I kill with my heart.

amreli


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groverthehyper wrote:I totally adore this shirt! Not every feline is born to be an lol cat



Thanks!


amreli


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Re: Read Me resub



I still smile every time I see the thumbnail.


jmig


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Re: The Grapes of Wrath



Really funny! Looks a little bit like the ax is embedded in the back of the grape, though.

ettanin


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Re: Epic Battle



It is precious to me...

ettanin


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Re: Literary fail



I love the Arthur Conan Doyle quote...he has to be my favorite

dwasifar


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mimrm wrote:Twain what?


Two Two Twain.

uniique


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Re: Search Function



This. On my chest! Now!!!
Love this
GMV

ElanorRigby


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loubriccant wrote:Love it, but would much prefer it on a navy shirt. WHEN it prints, maybe woot! will do us a solid and print it both ways?

GMV!



Totally - I really want this on navy. Not for any kids, though. For me! :D

Even on a cloudy day, I'll keep my eyes fixed on the sun...

midgerock


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Re: American Heritage



Thanks you three! I appreciate the support.

scarletyoshi


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



I want this so hard.

mark0twain


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Re: Literary fail



To be? Or, not to be?

Is that twain questions Mark?

Mark, what was one when two were twain?
Or when three was thrice, one more than twice?

To have been, but to be no more
Ia better than not to be . . .

Leave it to Clemens to steal the show,
But we all know, it was really said by Poe.