kjsmason2010


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kd1357 wrote:Thyme Lemonade? Is this a reach or really something that people commonly drink?



Martha Stewart has a lovely recipe.

oakenspirit


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kjsmason2010 wrote:Martha Stewart has a lovely recipe.



Ah, so it's a prison thing...


ferrelli


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B... wrote:... whose knowledge of the Marvel Universe far exceeds
are own, and who are extraordinarily willing to correct us.... yea think ?



Thank you for the focus on "are." I'm not an English major but that hit me hard when I read it.

jsh139


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He = Hero??

No way, it's called a Hoagie, not a Hero!

Insert signature here.

ChronoSquall14


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I wanted to talk about how the shirt would require the reader to be VERY close to your chest to read it, but then I saw pumpkin pie, and I saw the error of my ways.

PUMPKIN PIE!

TXAG96


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No BBQ, no sale. So close, yet so far...

girlgipsie


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cslott wrote:I would like this on a poster, so I can shoot a sticky dart to decide what to make for dinner



Awesome idea!

aquastardreamer


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Agreed! Awesome place

lbitnasty wrote:If you live in Boston, go to Cambridge and see this shirt IRL!

http://www.miracleofscience.us/

GREAT FOOD!



djcro


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Ru = Rhubarb pie & Rh = Rice & Hash???

Rh = Rhubarb pie!!!!

Ru = Rum cake...

not the best shirt...

j5


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corysterrett wrote:No bacon? No thanks.


Ba is bacon..IT'S BAAAACCOOOOOON!!
~C. Heston

I have a shirt catalog, y'all!

fishbiscuit5


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Hooray!!! Thank you to everyone who voted on this one. I'm so excited to see it print today! Wheeee!!!










fishbiscuit5


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cslott wrote:I would like this on a poster, so I can shoot a sticky dart to decide what to make for dinner



This is a fantastic idea! I want one too!










fishbiscuit5


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j5 wrote:Ba is bacon..IT'S BAAAACCOOOOOON!!
~C. Heston



Ba for Bacon? Bacon is dead!! And delicious! :P










viking415


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What is 'hero' (in the helium spot)?

GeofC


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What is this? Oh, it's called a shirt I've purchased before, done by a different artist. What a joke.

http://shirt.woot.com/offers/questionable-table-of-elements

vsg28


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Any idea how this looks on the actual shirt?

Super small with the food items barely legible?

odysseyroc


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Congratulations, capital F lowercase b to the 5! A well deserved win, imo.





daintynymph


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tefnut4th wrote:Amen to that. Clearly the creator is of inferior intellect.



Um, guys, Ba is bacon.

I'm just so glad to see an actual periodic table that people found things to fit rather than a bunch of things abbreviated and thrown in a table configuration that I don't care that they don't have all the latest and greatest elements, or that some of the food items picked are a bit iffy. I agree that this should be a poster as well, but if that happens the numbers and masses need to be included.

hierophanta


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lbitnasty wrote:If you live in Boston, go to Cambridge and see this shirt IRL!

http://www.miracleofscience.us/

GREAT FOOD!



or you could, you know, get the shirt?

grrlmarvel


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I think there needs to be different region ones .... Get on that will ya Fish? I need a MN version that has Lefsa and things on sticks.

Neicy21


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Awesome shirt! My two cents...Ca should have been California roll. I would love this as a screen background.

tfaust83


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This makes me feel smart and hungry...All at the same time!

This could be a new thing...We could call it smungry! Like when you study and then reward yourself with a cookie or something.

Fujiko


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GeofC wrote:What is this? Oh, it's called a shirt I've purchased before, done by a different artist. What a joke.



"Periodic table with different elements" is not a new theme. No artist can (or should) be the only one to get to do that.

(And while it's an awesome design, I'm not sure I need it on a shirt. I would buy it instantly on a poster.)

elangomatt


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This is a cool design and all, but I can't help but wonder if I was the only one that looked to see if there was any correlation between the foods on the periodic table and the groups of the elements on the actual periodic table. I was thinking that the foods in the noble gases column could be foods are already great and don't generally have anything added to them (noble gases usually exist on their own and are non-reactive). The foods in the Halogens column should be foods that are pretty much never eaten on their own but used as an additive a lot (halogens are poisonous, but vital to a lot of things like chlorine in table salt).

I realize that it would just be too difficult to match up food names with the element symbols, but it would have been cool to do some of that sort of thing. NaCl in this table is Nachos Clam Chowder! Yuck!!

Fujiko wrote:(And while it's an awesome design, I'm not sure I need it on a shirt. I would buy it instantly on a poster.)



Agreed, I would love to have this on a poster.

datarush


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H is Hummus? Gah. Completely ignoring the most common sandwich in the USA, hamburger, kills this shirt.

Spiritgreen


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^__^ Congrats Naheed, big win!

houndawg


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jsh139 wrote:He = Hero??

No way, it's called a Hoagie, not a Hero!




It's only called a hoagie by cool kids people. Everybody with a bit of sense knows it's called a sub, or submarine sandwich.

elangomatt


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houndawg wrote:It's only called a hoagie by cool kids people. Everybody with a bit of sense knows it's called a sub, or submarine sandwich.



Both of you are wrong, they are called grinders!

momaimp


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cslott wrote:I would like this on a poster, so I can shoot a sticky dart to decide what to make for dinner



Me too!

fishbiscuit5


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odysseyroc wrote:Congratulations, capital F lowercase b to the 5! A well deserved win, imo.



You know what this thread needs? More tacos!! I made Chorizo con Papas with avocado salsa for dinner tonight. It was Trader Joe's soy chorizo if you're looking for a tasty meatless meal.




Here's the recipe!










trilet


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I bought the shirt, but I don't think this person really loves food, who puts a Panini over Pastrami? Even if it's obvious this is a sandwich lover more than a food lover - yes I get the term "Eatery" but that includes a ton of fantastic foods.

trilet


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fishbiscuit5 wrote:You know what this thread needs? More tacos!! I made Chorizo con Papas with avocado salsa for dinner tonight. It was Trader Joe's soy chorizo if you're looking for a tasty meatless meal.




Here's the recipe!



Taco Night is always a solid option..I miss Trader Joe's..ummm, where's the onions and cilantro my friend?

trilet


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viking415 wrote:What is 'hero' (in the helium spot)?



A sandwich.

fishbiscuit5


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trilet wrote:Taco Night is always a solid option..I miss Trader Joe's..ummm, where's the onions and cilantro my friend?



The onions are cooked in. There's fresh cilantro on the table too.










ProfHotpants


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After some print evaluation today, we determined that the Men's Small tees will be printed with the 12" chest width design size. Our production team says this looks great, with the print covering the same ratio of the tee as our sale image. I updated the specs on the front page.

meanwhile


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Cute idea, but this shirt is an EPIC FAIL.

You misspelled Hasenpfeffer.

Why would you put words all over your shirt and not spell-check them?

CowboyDann


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jsh139 wrote:He = Hero??

No way, it's called a Hoagie, not a Hero!



houndawg wrote:It's only called a hoagie by cool kids people. Everybody with a bit of sense knows it's called a sub, or submarine sandwich.



Hoagie is there too, its 2nd row from the bottom.

cmhands


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joulesmd wrote:Anyone else think this would be awesome as a reusable grocery bag? Hm? Woot- hint, repro it as a bag so people can stare at it as long as they want w/o awkward comments and could be used to carry many of the items listed...



Eggcellent idea!

SuluDance


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The only question is whether to order up a size for how hungry this will make me while wearing it.

rglee129


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Alright! Two weeks in a row! Congrats.