bluetuba


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Re: Crunchy Meal



- WAITER! What is a Mothra doing in my soup?

- The backstroke, Sir.

"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."

bounty42


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Re: BARium the bar with the PHD



Either I don't get it, or it's a Pop Culture refernce.



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bounty42 wrote:... therapy with Legolas...
zekecatz wrote:How do I get an appointment?


You just give my therapist a ring....



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Kyshak


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bounty42 wrote:Either I don't get it, or it's a Pop Culture refernce.



well barium is a element....aaaand normally people that deal with elements have PHDs...therefore...

no matter where ever you go...there you are. - Buckaroo Bonzai

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bounty42 wrote:You just give my therapist a ring....



Oh no you didn't!

sjpersing


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Re: The Elemental Eatery


I love it! I'm going to start a collection of all the designs based on the Periodic Table.

Navy is ok. A lighter (even a little) color (not green or white) would be better.

~~Sj

Mavyn


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Re: Underwater Restaurant



This makes me think of those Brazilian places, with the people wandering around carrying spears of meat to slice off. Every time I've gone to one, I've seen someone slice their own finger...and carry on serving. Gag.

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

bounty42


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Kyshak wrote:well barium is a element....aaaand normally people that deal with elements have PHDs...therefore...



Eureka is a TV show on SyFy about about a town in OR, filled with geniuses who break reality. Even the local diner is ran PhD (in Molecular Gastronomy).

But that seems a strech, there might be a more relevent link.



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IbeMoDean wrote:I actually created the design yesterday before seeing the talk of cannibals. My first entry! : )

My mind tends to go to strange places when I come up with creative ideas. I'm working through it in therapy with Legos.

I'm toying with the idea of creating a "Jesus Juice Bar" entry...



Religious references draw the wrath of Thor. Or a big banhammer, anyway.

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

mightyrain


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sjpersing wrote:Funny, funny. Good art work. Any chance for a putting it on a color? Any color (except white). I have a drawer full of black.




It's actually Navy. I'll see about reworking for another color after a while. I have some errands to run right now though.

Thanks for the comments everyone!

arinesart


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Re: Fuego de la Muerte



Doesn't looks that way in the jpg, but the background is halftoned. Even if the comment doesn't allow me to paste any images






bounty42


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omarfeliciano wrote:Oh no you didn't!



Sorry, I guess you won't be seeing him then?



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Re: Fuego de la Muerte (New Text)



Doesn't looks that way in the jpg, but the background is halftoned. Even if the comment doesn't allow me to paste any images

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bounty42 wrote:Wierd. I guess it's the NAME that they had an issue with. Celeberty likeness?



Maybe ... since I only got a "No" as the reason, I suppose it's possible.

Tho I only used a last name... I don't think it's fair to assume everyone with the last name "Dahmer" is a cannibal from Milwaukee. I bet there are some very nice Dahmers out there, just trying to make a living.

And if it's considered "pop culture," wouldn't the Kraken and Noah be rejected too?

Or if it's offensive, the zombie with brains on the plate is OK? Because brains on a plate is much better than a loose meat sandwich... I guess in France. Hehe.

"C'est la vie" as the brains-eating French would say.

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Kyshak


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bounty42 wrote:Eureka is a TV show on SyFy about about a town in OR, filled with geniuses who break reality. Even the local diner is ran PhD (in Molecular Gastronomy).

But that seems a strech, there might be a more relevent link.



i am aware of the TV show, which is the tiny nod to it by using just the name of the town, but it also works for the theme of the derby.

no matter where ever you go...there you are. - Buckaroo Bonzai

bounty42


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IbeMoDean wrote:Maybe ... since I only got a "No" as the reason, I suppose it's possible.

Tho I only used a last name... I don't think it's fair to assume everyone with the last name "Dahmer" is a cannibal from Milwaukee. I bet there are some very nice Dahmers out there, just trying to make a living. ...



Pretty much where I'd arrived at. Though to be fair, none of the nice Dahmers ever did family dinner at Jeff's place.



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VenusAD


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Re: Late Night Snack



Love this. Nice job on the distressing!

gameon


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Re: The Space Bar



Hahahaha! This is great.

My site: Thought Provoking Shirts - designs to make you think and laugh at the same time.

FretlessM


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Re: Rowdy's Roadkill BBQ



"From your grille to ours" is a hilarious touch!

VenusAD


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Re: Nice to Meat You



"New Waiters (Please stop eating them)"

I laughed uncomfortably loud at that. Brilliant.

AdderXYU


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Re: Fang's Diner



ITS A COOKBOOK!

sheepdawg81


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I think this would be an awesome apron! There are even a couple of friends who I'd want to give this apron.

Re: The Elemental Eatery



BootsBoots


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Re: The Space Bar



Haha!


j5


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Re: Late Night Snack


CMOT Dibbler's contemporary?

move along

ArdillaCiega


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Re: The Elemental Eatery



I might buy it if K = Banana Pudding or Potato or something that doesn't start with K (like it does on the actual table)

Even a blind squirrel is right twice a day.

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I knew we could count on you for a sciency based sub!

sheenachu


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Re: Narwhal Noshery



I know some folks might not be fans of yellow, so I've added a second version on cream
http://shirt.woot.com/derby/entry/65328/narwhal-noshery-v2

mapinto


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sjpersing wrote:Re: Salmon Ella
Funny! Simple, but well done. I'd love to see it on a color - any color - I'm maxed out on black shirts.



Thanks! It's not black, but close. Asphalt is the shirt color.

bounty42


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Re: Leftovers Cafe



ok, I think this is a first. Has anyone ever removed the potty humor from a design and resubmitted it?



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j5 wrote:CMOT Dibbler's contemporary?



There's one in every city...

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

dbenton25


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Re: Galaxy Bar and Grill



Mmm... Astronomy and food. Two of my favorite things together!

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j5


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Re: Dingo Daryl's BBQ Shack


I think it's fine.
News isn't pop culture, it's reality (hahahahah! well, it's supposed to be)

move along

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5
Re: The Space Bar



Brill!

move along

truffleshuffle


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Re: Wine & Spirits



I think of this every time I walk past a liquor store, haha. Hope you enjoy!

gameon


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Re: Schrodinger's Lunchbox



I love the concept of this, but perhaps the placement would be better a little higher.

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officeink


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dbenton25 wrote:Mmm... Astronomy and food. Two of my favorite things together!



:D Awesome Good stuff!
Now if I can get it into the fog!

ChronoSquall14


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asteriskadonis


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Re: Pizza Buddha



This is a little similar to an existing t-shirt design sold by the Northern Sun catalog with the joke: "What did the Buddha say to the hot dog vendor? Make me one with everything." Just sayin'.

mclzerbe


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My favorite by far - subtle and well executed. Good job! However, I have to add my objection to the color. It's still too close to black, and I think several other colors would compliment the design nicely.