aletayr


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Chocolate, graham crackers and marshmallows. What's not to like? +1

citizencoyote


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rachy wrote:First, I think that the cube is fine because we know that Ramy is punning off the pyramids, not the Kaaba.

However, I will have to agree with you on one thing. "The Rhombus" would have totally kicked butt.



While I don't think Ramy was intentionally depicting the Kaaba, it's more what someone else would perceive than us.

Rhombus would be pretty funny.

fishbiscuit5


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Re: visit couch



My favorite place to visit! I'd wear this for sure.










aerin


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Re: Everything happens in Vancouver



All of my favorite shows on one shirt!?! I hope this wins!

ramyb


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Re: 7 Rejected Wonders of the World



Now 100% less controversial :P Thanks for the suggestions guys (esp. ChaosDoctor07), hope you enjoy the changes! I decided to go with 3 of them to make it extra clear that it is a reference to the Pyramids of Giza and nothing else.

tonythai1981


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shikausstan wrote:I think this is an unfair entry... Chuck Norris never loses.



Hahahaha Chuck Norris makes the world a safer place!

plasticpenguin


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squarerootofpi wrote:I see Homer Simpson, the dad from American Dad and the dad from Family guy, who is the fourth father suppose to be?



I assumed it was Cleveland Brown, based mostly on Fox's Sunday animation domination line-up. . . and a little bit on squinting my eyes and looking at the nose.

mrwednesday


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Re: Home Land Security



I like the execution and the quirkiness of the design though I'm pretty sure it doesn't pass the "no celebrity likenesses" rule. Of all of them, I think woot has always been the most harsh and consistent with that one.

mrwednesday


quality posts: 12 Private Messages mrwednesday
Re: Emerald Ring



The graphics and colors are really crisp and well done. Nicely done.

chumpmagic


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Re: The Other Lincoln Memorial



That facial expression is too good!


specsmachine


quality posts: 31 Private Messages specsmachine

I can hear my wife watching The X Files on Netflix in the other room as I type this. Got my vote.

inkycatz


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curli76 wrote:I wasn't going to vote for this till I saw the fish hanging off the pole, and then I had to.



The Siamese cat made it a must vote for me. (I have a Siamese cat.)

I'm just hanging out, really.

ApeLad


quality posts: 44 Private Messages ApeLad
Re: 7 Rejected Wonders of the World



Now you risk offending the rhombulans! ;)

ritaroobias


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Re: Everything happens in Vancouver


I've been watching The X-Files since I was five years old so I can't not vote for this.

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 225 Private Messages Spiritgreen
Re: Everything happens in Vancouver



Thanks for digging this, my fellow genre TV fans! ^___^

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 225 Private Messages Spiritgreen
Re: Roswell Diner



Cool '50s styling! GMV.

(raygun!)

dwayri


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Re: Land of the Fries



Awesome shirt design. Makes me think of Supertramp's album cover Breakfast in America.

PixelPants


quality posts: 70 Private Messages PixelPants
Re: visit couch



So much to do when you reach Couch; put on a movie and stare up at the stars, go fishing behind the cushions and taking long relaxing walks to and from the refrigerator.
This would be a great shirt to dress up in and stay home.

helgram


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saved

sellout87


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themeanspleen wrote:Change the last guy to Hank Hill. Dont know who THATS suposed to be, but how in the world could you leave out Hank Hill?!



lol it's Randy Marsh, I thought about doing Hank but wasn't a big fan of the show. Much bigger fan of South Park.

PixelPants


quality posts: 70 Private Messages PixelPants
Re: Land of the Fries



So it looks like liberty tastes a little different to freedom. With this clever design, effective colouring and great shirt placement it looks like you'll be tasting success as well Walmazan.

IgnatiusRiley


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citizencoyote wrote:Just FYI... I'm not Muslim, but some may be grossly offended by "The Cube," which bears more than a passing resemblance to the Kaaba, Islam's most sacred site. I'd be very cautious of including it.



Anybody who's capable of being grossly offended by a picture of a cube is oversensitive to the point of insanity and should be ignored.

PixelPants


quality posts: 70 Private Messages PixelPants
Re: The Library of Appalachia



I've had that book on reserve since 1986, though I hear it's worth it. Another good example of how you cleverly use humour to touch on deeper ideas Boots.

PixelPants


quality posts: 70 Private Messages PixelPants
Re: Everything happens in Vancouver



Pineapple and a flying saucer on the same shirt Spiritgreen, that's a winning combo right there. Really like the type treatment you gave VANCOUVER as well.

tobefonseca


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mrwednesday wrote:The graphics and colors are really crisp and well done. Nicely done.



Thx :{D

AdderXYU


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Re: The Library of Appalachia



Let's be honest, "real America" doesn't need a library. They get their reading material from something like a kindle; they call it their gut.

fossilgirl1


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bluetuba


quality posts: 58 Private Messages bluetuba
Re: Monument To The Retro-Future!



This is hot.

"You can't just dress a Minion like Spock, and add a caption that says "Logical Me". There's a prison for people like that. Below my house."

trevorstearns


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Re: Lighthouse of the Rockies



Why build a huge lighthouse on the Rocky Mountain Divide? Because...WE CAN!

kevlar51


quality posts: 47 Private Messages kevlar51

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5
AdderXYU wrote:Let's be honest, "real America" doesn't need a library. They get their reading material from something like a kindle; they call it their gut.



I have a feeling you're right about that.

I have a shirt catalog, y'all!

kylemittskus


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Re: The Rainguard



I really dislike the curved cutout, but I really dig the style.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

thewronggrape


quality posts: 49 Private Messages thewronggrape
Re: The Rainguard



The curve at the bottom bothers me (I'm more a fan of abstract/jaggedy bottoms that fade out) but everything else about this shirt is beautiful!

AdderXYU


quality posts: 38 Private Messages AdderXYU
Re: Venezia



I couldn't wear this (it is my distinct hope that venice stays above water as long as possible), but I definitely appreciate the joke.

jacksorbetter


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What to you expect from an ALIEN?

sarahreebs


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sellout87 wrote:lol it's Randy Marsh, I thought about doing Hank but wasn't a big fan of the show. Much bigger fan of South Park.



How do you feel about Hermes Conrad (from Futurama)?

larrydavidarmstrong


quality posts: 1 Private Messages larrydavidarmstrong
Re: Pisa tourist memorial statue



So I was thinking that it would be cool to build a giant statue honoring everyone who has ever had their photo taken holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which would itself be holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa. So not only would it severely detract from what is cool about the tower, but it would also destroy the whole experience of making a photo where you are holding it up, thereby awesomely ruining everything for everyone!

melfox86


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grahamcrackercoyote wrote:It did exist at one time.



Kinda surprised it doesn't still! If they did, they should hire Lucky for their design, because this is great!

melfox86


quality posts: 3 Private Messages melfox86
Re: Blanket Fort



I love the idea. I would totally visit the biggest blanket fort in the world. I may possibly stage a takeover and claim it for my own. Like a castle!

AdderXYU


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Re: The Rainguard



I'm with the others. Your style is so promising, from all the work I recall seeing of yours. this is simply lovely, but the shape/cut-off makes it a difficult "wear".