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Aha... ahaha... I see what you did there...
'War and Peace' is the most eternal thing to read.
You know a lot of the aging texture, especially on the "quiet please" sign, could easily be blood splatter. Especially if you look at this as an old B&W detective film noir drama piece. Adds a certain kind of chill to the art work and the blood red book. I guess someone was not quiet enough, Grim had to put his scythe to use to silence the noisy one.
Was this shirt designed just for me to wear on Fridays in my library? I think it was!
I see the book club still hasn't gotten to read Necronomicon Ex-Mortis. Too bad, as it's a biting read.
the print should be on the back of the shirt!
conanthelibrarian wrote:Was this shirt designed just for me to wear on Fridays in my library? I think it was!
I will also be wearing this at the circulation desk of my own library. Bad ass librarians (and library staff), unite!
He should be reading Grimms' Fairy Tales.
Tolstoy. Not surprised. But what do you follow it up with? And does anybody else want to read some Terry Pratchett now?
Mr. Reaper does look very involved in his book.
lonelypond wrote:Tolstoy. Not surprised. But what do you follow it up with? And does anybody else want to read some Terry Pratchett now?
Mr. Reaper does look very involved in his book.
I suggest Soul Music. Death even rides a motorcycle. :D
Sons of Literacy?
I agree - should have been the back of the shirt....
maybe they'll put it on a zip up hoodie in the future on the back...then I'll tear the sleeves off and wear it to the library....
nice. just don't wear this into a biker bar. you may piss off any 1%ers in there because this has 3 patches. just sayin.
I was just thinking how fortunate it is that I'm rereading some Pratchett, so -as mentioned- the perfect shirt.
Darn you, shirt.woot! With these literary and grammar and foxy shirts, my husband will continue to declare that "perhaps" I have ordered too many shirts recently....
Here's another vote for Woot! offering this as a rear design in the future. In the very near future, please!
This shirt actually made me lol. Great idea, great colors, great shirt!
imrbilly wrote:the print should be on the back of the shirt!
I agree, if it was I would consider buying
I, too, agree. Large art on the back, small patch on the front pocket area.
I like this shirt. Love the SOA reference. Very cool.
As always....would love this in a pullover hoodie.
Unfortch, looks like it says "Grim Beaders" to me. Maybe a rework for crafters?
another "would buy it if the print was on the back".
I love this. LOVE. It's going on my list of "Would Buy If..."
I would buy this if it was a leather vest. Or a tattoo.
Seriously, this is pretty terrific, especially for us SOA fans. Woot should definitely send one to Kurt Sutter.
The print should definitely be on the back. Oh well, it's pretty sweet anyway.
I had to order 2 of these! I write an urban fantasy series called Lana Harvey, Reapers Inc. So it was just too perfect! ♥
I was just talking to my boss about that very thing. Perfect for Fridays!
argent32 wrote:...then I'll tear the sleeves off and wear it to the library....
And at NASCAR...
I was certain this was the "GRRM" readers book club, as we'll all be dead by the time the stupid series is finished.
Finish the books, George!
I would like to order 37 (yes, thirty seven)of these T-shirts... one for each of my students. Assorted sizes. Can I do that?
atinob wrote:I would like to order 37 (yes, thirty seven)of these T-shirts... one for each of my students. Assorted sizes. Can I do that?
If you're serious, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. They may be able to help you? They will take a day to respond.
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I need this in a tote bag. It's the perfect book bag. Please! ;)
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