ChronoSquall14


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Understated and nicely done, Walmazan. Very much a less is more design, and it doesn't wink and nudge you going, "get it? GET IT?" Congratulations on getting into the top 3.

amberrosie


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firebirdude wrote:The problem is nobody is going to get this without the catch phrase we have posted next to it. Teacups walking through a crosswalk with random bushes in the background did, in no way, remind me of the Beatles Abbey Road photo.



I'm not even a Beatles fan and I immediately got the reference....

BackinGreen89


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I can't believe they didn't perform "The Oolong and Winding Road"

smgar


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capguncowboy wrote:Uh oh, the third tea cup should have been bare-footed. Boycott.



Yes, we thought that too, but notice that he does not have a teabag hanging out of him....

expo01


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Congrats amigo, well deserved its really nice, love the enamel cup!

jasneko


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Love it - congrats walmazan!=)


eve314


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I like the gray. It works with the name of the album, Earl Grey Road!

Congrats on the print. Sold.

eastcheap


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thearrowpen wrote:I immediately recognized it as well


I'll confess that it took me a little while. Perhaps because the zebra crossing is less than prominent.

I don't know if that's a grey shirt complaint or a cheap monitor complaint...

rshouts


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FlamingoNut wrote:When I initially saw this t, I immediately knew it was the infamous Abbey Road photo. Guess that just makes me old, sigh. I too am not a Beatles fan, but a tea drinker, but could never find myself wearing this design...



Infamous? Infamous means famous for the wrong reasons. The Beatles' Abbey Road cover is famous, not infamous, no matter how much you dislike them.

drunkenalien


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drunkenalien wrote:Watch people crossing abbey Road....
Live!
or not... Might be too early for the tourists.



So, no one but me thinks this link is cool...

SMH

All those people almost getting run over is priceless.

drunkenalien


quality posts: 46 Private Messages drunkenalien

Yeah, I know... I just blew up your mind.

Well, that is... if you notice something different.

johni92


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For those of you who really like grey ;)
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ridiculous/ninety-nine-shades-of-grey

phildeez316


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I'm happy with a warm nug

TheGolux


quality posts: 6 Private Messages TheGolux

First day sales. 1239

wanderbug2


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BackinGreen89 wrote:I can't believe they didn't perform "The Oolong and Winding Road"



or The Long & Twinings Road (alternate take)....

keanenutrition


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Granted I'm just getting around to buying the shirt today but why isn't this shirt selling more? The Beatles and tea -two of the most important things mankind has ever developed- all on one shirt. How can you not love it? It's perfect. The teacups are perfect. Even the little Beetle/teapot in the background is perfect. Buy this shirt.

sonja711


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jmbunkin wrote:HOWDY! You realize 3 in 5 on this site will say "Who is Minnie Pearl?"



"Who is Minnie Pearl?"

lanelbug


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capguncowboy wrote:Uh oh, the third tea cup should have been bare-footed. Boycott.



I think that's why they left out the tea-bag on that one... to be the equivalent to having no shoes. And if you really want to go into specifics, the third one should be the only one steaming, since Paul was the only one smoking. And Paul was the only one with his right foot out first, while the others all has their left foot first.