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eviledtee wrote:Well, to me there's another reference in there:
In the Terminator: The Sarah Chronicles tv-series they had one of those cat-posters saying "Hang in there, baby!" in the place of this underground organisation of humans that had travelled back in time to prevent the machines from taking over... The shirt absolutely does remind me of that too...
The pop culture references are flying fast and furious* on this thread!! (*NO pop culture reference intended there; I just couldn't think of a better way to say that...) I think that this poster was hugely popular in schools, offices, etc. for a while and is quite easy to make fun of. Given that, it's not too surprising that a lot of movies and tv shows would include it in their sets, or otherwise make reference to it in a tongue-in-cheek way.
The goodness of the true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability. - Edgar Allan Poe
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I love kitties. Zombie kitties make me sad.
I don't know how I feel about this.
Breathe me in, I'm yours to keep.
Shirts: 53: 30 for myself, 23 for friends/family.
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Hahahahahaha, no, but really: it's just a cartoonish, exaggerated design that utilizes a anthropomorphized representation of a cat to illustrate a dark situation in a simplified, "cute" style. That's why the cats have only three toes per paw. Also, maybe they were just born that way or MAYBE it's a mutation resultant of the zombie infection and that hanging cat is actually in the beginning stages of transformation.
ヽ( ﾟヮ・)ノ.･ﾟ*｡･+☆ Imagination!
I always thought it was mutant cats as a form of post apocalypse radiation. Like all internet cutesy cats.
Now going off to sing Born This Way, thanks, Goldenthorn.
I'm just hanging out, really.