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If this shirt could talk it would say: "I want to be formal, but I'm here to party."
Well, if you are the messy sort, you can at least keep it classy with a dressy napkin.
My brother's getting married in March. His wedding has an 8-bit theme. I sense a bulk order on the way. . .
I know it's supposed to be a boutonnière, but I can't unsee lips on the lapel.
Anyone else seeing that?
super classy! now i have something to wear for my buddy's wedding
I wonder if my fiancé will approve if I buy one of these for each of the guys in my wedding party?
Is the artist related to Sissy Spacek ?
kingdomson121 wrote:If this shirt could talk it would say: "I want to be formal, but I'm here to party."
This is actually what Donkey Kong wanted to wear to the New Year's Eve party, but he heard someone else was going to wear this, so he's just doing the red tie, as always.
GOhio! Another SpaceMitch classic
Classy and awesome. Can't pass this up, especially as a lot of my friends are entering that "marriage" stage of life.
I hope this will get here in time for NYE via the snails, 'cause I am to broke from buying presents to front the express shipping.
I am loving the faux pockets!
i thought i just got my eyes checked??? what happened to my suite?
Actually woot, The 8-bit tux would be perfect for a MiniCraft themed wedding. The 8-bit Version of Minecraft.
I havnent purchased from shirt.woot in a while....
are the graphics still printed as plastic on top or is it smooth like its in the shirt fabric?
This would be great for barbershop quartets performing NES tunes.
This is the shirt that certain princess saving plumbers wear to their awards banquet.
*edit* Aw crap. I should've read the "Do not wear this shirt" BEFORE commenting...
bluejester wrote:I know it's supposed to be a boutonnière, but I can't unsee lips on the lapel.
Anyone else seeing that?
could be lipstick, either way, works for me...hmmm, amused, now to run it by the target audience or just go for the surprise bonus?
Why for some reason when I think of the phrase "I'm formal, but I'm here to party" do I feel that Woot should accompany this shirt with a "Mullet Beanie"
It's a mixture of the Shake N Bake crew and Joe Dirt.
I am holding out for the 16-bit version. That's practically arcade quality graphics!
Yay! Now I can go to my friend's wedding in style!
What's next, an 8-bit piano tie?
(*waits for the pedantry)
8 BIT WOW! I can order this shirt on my brand new pentium computer with a huge 2gb hard drive, that's the latest upgrade from my old 486sx with a 300mb hard drive. Jealous?
It's got a sweet WINDOWS 3.1 OS, so goodbye you DOS suckaz out there!
It won't take more than fifteen minutes to order with my blazing fast 28.8 modem. In yo face you 14.4 dinosaurs!
I'm definitely wearing this shirt to new years eve!
I only see 4 colours; that makes it (potentially) a 2-bit tux. ;)
I think we have enough 8-bit shirts now. They are no longer amusing.
TheDesi wrote:I can order this shirt on my brand new pentium computer with a huge 2gb hard drive, that's the latest upgrade from my old 486sx with a 300mb hard drive.
It would've been better if it included something 8-bit—like a Kaypro, or an Apple II. ;)
(Hmm.. I wonder if it's possible to order a woot shirt with Contiki.)
This would be wayyy better for die hard Leisure Suit Larry fans to get their mack on at some Adventure Gamer convention.
bless you woot, for not linking to some crappy overplayed death cab song like "marching bands of manhattan".
Where's the Chanukah shirt for this year?? Chanukah started last night! Thanks!
TheDesi wrote: that's the latest upgrade from my old 486sx with a 300mb hard drive. Jealous?
I just died a little. You don't even realize that no 486 looked like that.
Someday, and that day may never come, I will call upon you to do a barrel roll for me. Until that day, consider this a .GIF
This is a fantastic shirt to spring on near-sighted folks who do not have their glasses on. They can't tell the difference between blurry 8-bit and blurry real-life until you're close enough to point and laugh!
Luckily for me, I saw the product with my glasses on, and I was not fooled.
If you're hosting a dinner party wearing this, don't forget to serve pixel food.
gkrausmann wrote:I think we have enough 8-bit shirts now. They are no longer amusing.
But wait! This is overdone 8-bit x (not +) overdone tuxedo shirt... It's important that you multiple the two negatives of this shirt instead of adding them. Otherwise you'd still have a negative.
Will my future wife laugh or be mad if I replace my tux with this shirt???
Is there a palette swap available?
reminds me of Leisure Suit Larry a little bit (no pun intended).
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