ittybittyx


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zzzzz78759 wrote:I'm just guessing but I think the red lion is also part of The Oz series. A red lion is a symbol of courage.

So, am I right?



I thought the red lion was for Gryffindor.


jmig wrote:Ping....I thought it was the AFLAC duck



Gah!

aemely


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Re: Epic Battle



Harry Potter is about to have his ass kicked.

jnorah


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jmig wrote:Funny!



Thanks I think every one has read something in the bathroom

j5


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brushfire wrote:I saw "No Alien" on your other thumbnail. What Alien? Where is it and why did they make you take it off? I don't notice any difference in the 2, I must be the one who's "Blind" but I voted for both!
I don't care which one wins as long as one of these prints! If you do it somewhere else, let me know!!!

I love the little dog in your logo!!! It's so cute.
BG


This Alien

move along

CindyToo


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



Ohhh...the cat's shadow is an umbrella. So many things to see.

uwil


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brushfire wrote:Wow, I just saw the woot logo on the guy's Tshirt! That is "witty-witty" and I wish I had 2 Votes to give you cuz it made me want to vote again! This is full of stuff to enjoy! It's growing on me rapidly!

♥BG



thank you.

dmaz


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roysterer wrote:I am shocked...shocked that this is not in the fog. I really should have spread my purchases out over several accounts so I could vote for this more times. I'm off to unvote for everything else I voted for.

I MUST have this shirt!



I know your pain. This probably the only shirt in the derby that I would have worn. Unfortunately, like 9 out of 10 shirts printed all come from a range of less than a dozen users. I'm getting progressively tired of seeing the same styles week after week. It's kind of defeating the purpose I purchase from woot in the first place.

j5


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



We just bought these books with original illustrations. In 4 two WHEN it prints.

move along

r4wrm0nster


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j5


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Re: Shelf Life



red fish, blue fish....gmv fish
if the blueberries are for sal, then the duck is from make way for ducklings?

move along

eileene2


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jhgalvas


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Re: Oh No Not Again!



It won't win. The best shirts never win. Even if it was chosen as winner something terrible would happen to prevent the printing. I'm so depressed.

ningrim


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Humanizing inanimate objects in some humorous fashion seems to be the most popular type of shirt.

Not complaining, I like those types of shirts. But it's becoming a crutch almost.

EngineDriver


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Re: Reading Rocket Ship



Wow! This would undoubtedly be an immediate buy for me.

zosai


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Re: Literary fail



yay! in the fog! Ride to the top like you did at San Juan Hill, Teddy!

PixelPants


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Re: Arachnobibliophilia



Funny idea ThatRobert. They should award a prize for best title each derby. I keep reading over Arachnobibliophilia, and testing out the way it flows and looks as a word.

graffd02


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Re: Four Legs Good Two Legs Bad



I'm a little late to the party with this one... but vote anyways please :D

explodedwhale


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xazothia wrote:I'd send postcards of this to all of my high school English teachers. along with a copy of the comments thread, lol



As an English teacher, the only thing that disappoints me about this thread is that so many people out there would have NO idea why this thread is hysterical.

BTW, I'm a big fan Nathaniel Hawthorne! GMV!

ApeLad


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explodedwhale wrote:As an English teacher, the only thing that disappoints me about this thread is that so many people out there would have NO idea why this thread is hysterical.

BTW, I'm a big fan Nathaniel Hawthorne! GMV!



It's a teaching opportunity!

Also: I was sad when they closed the last Nathaniel Hawthorne's Roasters in my town.

archshrk


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arthurjledoux wrote:I wish this could have been printed.



It could work if it wasn't so close to the actual "for dummies" series. Try recreating the "idea" of the book with different guy and modify the title area to be similar but not the same.

Visit archshrk.com. You know you want to.

bluejester


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changelingfey wrote:Mmkay, speaking as one of the ladyfolk, I must let you know that this is not one of the shirts I'd worry about being a "boob shirt." There are certainly shirts out there where the design would be obscured, or taken in the wrong way (though admittedly I've never had it happen), but this isn't one of them. If this prints I will buy it with no hesitation whatsoever.



Shrugs

If you say so. I just get leary when I see two like objects that are placed opposing one another on sides of a shirt. I have a couple of little sisters who frequent this site and they may not realize until too late that they have purchased a boob shirt. If you say that the placement won't be an issue, I'll have to take your word for it as I am not chunky enough to have moobs to test out the theory myself should this print.

archshrk


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nows7 wrote:"Of course that quote is right. It's from that book 'M.C. Beth'



You're thinking about that book of M.C. Escher lithographs

Visit archshrk.com. You know you want to.

utterdamnnonsense


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Re: World 3-1 Yert's Island



hrm.. not sure the book adds to the design, but I'd definitely want one anyway. I mean, Mario Kart + Yertle the Turtle? Basically my two favorite things!

mattlussier


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JDSardone wrote:Darn, I really liked this shirt, Its the only one I voted for in this derby... Oh well another weekend with no new shirts



in lieu of this shirt... you can always wear your towel




JGreenfield87


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!

JDawg21


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Re: Funny Things are Everywhere



Oh, I absolutely LOVE this! I will definitely buy one if/when it prints!

ittybittyx


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Re: Horror, Action, and Romance...Books



good design! Too bad it is getting into the derby so late.

anishell


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ittybittyx wrote:good design! Too bad it is getting into the derby so late.



I noticed. I took so long just to learn how to ink with Illustrator. Maybe I'll submit this to another competition after this week. :P

anishell


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Re: Horror, Action, and Romance...Books



It's the top book genre comes to life!...Except one. "Horror" book is after "Romance" book for her brain and only "Adventure" book can save her.

ittybittyx


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Compiling our guesses thus far:
(and adding some more of my own)

Lemmie know what I'm missing, or where I'm wrong!


In Red:
Is that a talon at the end?
Staircase =
Girl in Cloak = Little Red Riding Hood
Fern = Where the Red Fern Grows
Red Lion = (Harry Potter or Narnia?)
Witch hand holding apple = Snow White
Books =
Flag =
House = Redwall series
Ruby Slippers = Wizard of Oz
Fish = One Fish Two fish, Red fish Blue fish
Strawberry =
Cards & Roses = Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Dude hiding = Where's Waldo/Wally
Planet & rocketship = The Little Prince
Rose under Glass = Beauty & The Beast
Planet - Red Planet
Quill & scroll =


In Orange:

Water or fire =
Oranges = A Clockwork Orange
Waves =
James & The Giant Peach
Treasure Chest = Treasure Island
Jack-o-lantern = The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Clouds =
Flying Saucers =

In Yellow:

Yellow Brick Road = Wizard of Oz
2 Daisies & 1 Sunflower =
Golden Ticket = Charlie & The Chocolate Factory
Lemons =
Farmer in wheat field? =
Ring = Lord of the Rings
House =
Alethiometer = Northern Lights (aka: The Golden Compass)
Babelfish = The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Duck = Ping, or Make Way For Ducklings
Hat & Banana = Curious George
Sun = The Sun Also Rises
Biplane =
Hot Air Balloons =

In Green:

Asparagus? Artichokes?
Boy = Harry Potter
Sheep = Where is the Green Sheep?
Green Eggs and Ham = duh
Frog = The Frog Prince
Book w/vines = Jack & The Beanstalk ??
Emerald City = The Wizard of Oz
Door on grassy knoll = The Hobbit & LOTR

In Blue:

White Whale = Moby boghog
42 Towel = The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Dolphin = Island of the Blue Dolphins
Moon = Blue Moon (The Immortal Series)
Waves =
Butterfly = A Blue Butterfly (about Monet)
5 Blueberries = Blueberries For Sal
Dragon = Blue Dragon (Dark Heavens series) ?
Fish = 1F2F RFBF

In Purple:

Coat =
Cow & Aubergine - Purple Cow (poem by Burgess)
Mountains =
Crayon = Harold & The Purple Crayon
3 Plums w/holes = The Very Hungry Caterpillar


elthewolfesq


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yankeebird wrote:I believe this color is called "I didn't bother to look at any of the rules before submitting my design".



teehee. too bad though. cool design.

taternuggets


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Re: Horror, Action, and Romance...Books



I think it might be stronger without the text.


Nothing follows.

adorabrooke


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Re: The Original Blockbuster



I love it! Great job on the nick names. What a fun (super nerdy cool) shirt!

bbbrob


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Re: Literary fail



What a beautiful shirt. It so perfectly captures the words of Nikita Khrushchev as he was biking up a hill in Toronto.

jcnich76


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Re: Eye of the beholder



I'd get one!

degerkas


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crevelingma wrote:Since Clemons never made it East before age 14 when Poe was already stark raven mad on his death bed...I think it's safe to say that never the Twain shall meet. Mathematical note: Hamlet's contribution to algebra... Sqrt(4b^2) aka +-2b...(2b or not 2b.




nice

paigeg


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Re: Literary fail



I gotta say, I'm almost dead certain no one would get this shirt if I wore it. But it's wonderful - almost as good as the comments.
Thanks, folks, for some morning entertainment!

cdrewlow


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eileene2 wrote:I dig it.



Thanks! I hoped someone would.

ochopika


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epicfal wrote:The Salinger book's thought bubble TOTALLY makes this. I can't stop giggling. And I'm at work.



yay, work distraction FTW!

drgribb


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Re: Lewis Carroll Was Such a Card



Finally fogged!