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the shirt wasn't funny, but reading the anti-woot comments was side splitting!
Hey guess what?... I hate you.
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bonafidemike wrote:Smarties? Did you mean Rockets?
In what area of the country/world are smarties labeled as rockets? Never seen that before.
-Heather (First Burgandy Olfactory Center 12/6/11)
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dirtdirt wrote:Wow! This is my design. Uh, I'm not a sicko. I'm a shlubby civil servant. I have kids.
When I was a kid the specter of poisoned or otherwise tampered candy was by far the scariest thing about Halloween - I remember the local hospital would x-ray bags of candy, for free. I always found that idea horrifying, and compelling. This shirt is about that fear, and is, to me, funny.
On the streets this year you'll see a million kids dressed as vampires, zombies, ghosts, ninjas, and other monsters that don't (or barely exist). Put this shirt in with that group - scary, but exceedingly unlikely.
The ghouls and goblins (and princesses and Elmos and Spidermans) are in much more peril of getting hit by a car so, please, remember to drive cautiously.
Thanks for checking in, it's always nice to hear from the artist and what they were thinking about on particular designs.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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bluemoon72 wrote:Nails: Butterfinger; fish hook: one of those nasty peanut butter kisses in the orange and black waxed wrappers that I hated seeing dropped into my candy container as a kid.
Those are called Mary Janes. I know exactly one person who loves them.
My speech is not splitting. I am speaking in Cthulhu.