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harantula


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Hey di jay! We use the same title but its more correct to your design. Jjaja good job!






harantula


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1Over10






harantula


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Great BANSKY!!
Good idea






demophoon


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Re: Lion and Unicorn



Hello! I'm new here an have no idea what I'm doing, but it looked like fun...

spike31642


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Re: Mrs. Lovett's Meat Pies



This is awesome, I'm surprised it doesn't have more votes.

laurarrific


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harantula wrote:I'm with devdave! We love the colours! :D
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thank you! i'm glad you like it! and thanks for your kind words.

demophoon


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Hello! I'm new here and have no idea what I'm doing, but it looked like fun...

spike31642


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Re: Hitchhikers Error



As a woman I would not want someone staring at my chest to read this whole thing... awkward!!

archiwiz


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Re: Downton Abbey Road





Like!

Very visual representation of the "Upstairs" and "Downstairs" crew.

kylemittskus


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Re: This is England!!



The tea cup has girly eyes and a beard....

"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

Hiryu2040


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Re: Let it Tea..



I like the colors and the glasses. Another great shirt.

j5


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roysterer wrote:This is so close to being a shirt that I'd love. But it's not quite there. The word "tea" goes first, and the "make it so" part is unnecessary.

You are correct of course, but since I tried to fit it to the "keep calm" form, I made concessions. You can read the cup literally, then the rest and it works a bit better. Maybe?


move along

autsey


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demophoon wrote:Hello! I'm new here and have no idea what I'm doing, but it looked like fun...



You're in excellent company (speaking for myself Welcome!

ressamac


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Re: Full House



Nicely done!

ressamac


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devdave wrote:I love how you used lace work!



Thank you!

systemerror


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Re: Answer to The Ultimate Question of Everything.



Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything.

devdave


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laurarrific wrote:love the color scheme, and against the navy blue t-shirt, perfect!



thanks! and I'm glad you can tell it is navy! I forgot to mention that!

mjc613


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deborah11565 wrote:Try WIKI.....



I did, and it shows http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/psandqs.htm as the reference. That page clearly says
"We may leave out of account more fanciful suggestions, ....., or perhaps deadly serious, advice to a barman not to confuse the letters p and q on the tally slate, on which the letters stood for the pints and quarts consumed “on tick” by the patrons, even though men did indeed at one time consume beer by the quart."

mjc613


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spike31642 wrote:As a woman I would not want someone staring at my chest to read this whole thing... awkward!!



I agree. But think how weird it would be for a man to have someone staring at his chest! It could lower his self-esteem.

deborah11565


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mjc613 wrote:I did, and it shows http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/psandqs.htm as the reference. That page clearly says
"We may leave out of account more fanciful suggestions, ....., or perhaps deadly serious, advice to a barman not to confuse the letters p and q on the tally slate, on which the letters stood for the pints and quarts consumed “on tick” by the patrons, even though men did indeed at one time consume beer by the quart."



Right, now if check another resource you will see in WIKI another response.

deborah11565


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mjc613 wrote:I did, and it shows http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/psandqs.htm as the reference. That page clearly says
"We may leave out of account more fanciful suggestions, ....., or perhaps deadly serious, advice to a barman not to confuse the letters p and q on the tally slate, on which the letters stood for the pints and quarts consumed “on tick” by the patrons, even though men did indeed at one time consume beer by the quart."




Another fanciful origin comes from English pubs and taverns of the seventeenth century. Bartenders would keep a watch on the alcohol consumption of the patrons; keeping an eye on the pints and quarts that were consumed. As a reminder to the patrons, the bartender would recommend they "mind their Ps and Qs".[1] This may also have been a reminder to bartenders not to confuse the two units, written as "p" and "q" on the tally slate.[2]

deborah11565


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deborah11565 wrote:Another fanciful origin comes from English pubs and taverns of the seventeenth century. Bartenders would keep a watch on the alcohol consumption of the patrons; keeping an eye on the pints and quarts that were consumed. As a reminder to the patrons, the bartender would recommend they "mind their Ps and Qs".[1] This may also have been a reminder to bartenders not to confuse the two units, written as "p" and "q" on the tally slate.[2]



I keep rereading your post and I am not sure why I am consumed,however, sources are vast and used for several types of research. Unless it is a law or a rule they are widely used in various sorts. This design appears to be used for the fanciful meaning..... good day !

Mavyn


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j5 wrote:They all wore red on TNG...or more cranberry, to be technical...I guess I should have thought this through a little more.


Thanks for the votes and comments.



Trifling. It is funnier because of the red.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

flattopfrank


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mjc613 wrote:This probably is NOT what "Ps and Qs" means per WordOrigins.org, but the drawing is enticing.



I like beer...

kittyjane


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Re: Full House



The queen of hearts is a floozy sandwiched between the 2 kings. hhaha

arienb


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omarfeliciano wrote:All the essential meals of a day! English style!



It made me think of hobbits - I'm in!

lonelypond


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Re: The Sword from the Inkwell



great sweep + details

notlily


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Re: The Inklings



This would be perfect for me to wear when my husband is wearing our Eagle and Child Pub shirt!

werdwerdus


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Re: KEEP CALM AND MOVE ON



MUST HAVE THIS SHIRT

werdwerdus


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Re: Olympic Jack



pretty cool design! darn intellectual property laws..

missbutcher


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Come togetha... over tea.

Re: Let it Tea..



cengland0


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Re: Everything You Need to Know About the UK



Actually, potatoes did not originate in England. I believe they were discovered in America. They grow underground so they can handle the cold weather in that geographic location so it has become a major staple in England.

rocketjohn


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Re: Rule 42



Adams: "I HATE the little green blob and have spent years locked in arguments
with my publishers with me trying to get rid of the obscene little thing.
I've finally secured its demise with the new Ballantine editons of the
soft cover backlist."

naymarie33


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Re: Tea Time



Aughhh!! Love!! +1

dijay


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harantula wrote:Hey di jay! We use the same title but its more correct to your design. Jjaja good job!

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Yes, the name of the design is the same. Fortunately, the design is completely different. Great job yours too. Good luck with it ;)

dijay


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kylemittskus wrote:The tea cup has girly eyes and a beard....



Don't say that, the cup is more wild beast in all England and could angry. He doesn't like to doubt his masculinity :P

Thanks everyone!!!

Mavyn


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Re: Bungalow Bill



Quite like this. Nice homage.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

ChronoSquall14


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Re: The Battles



Made me smile. GMV.

cdrewlow


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Re: Bungalow Bill



I love this. Very nicely done.

ChronoSquall14


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Re: What is a Weekend?



I have lots of friends I don't like!

This shirt needs to be in that fog.