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Toil and Trouble

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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Quality Posts


lonelypond


quality posts: 426 Private Messages lonelypond

Quite a brew of color and placement...bit too convincing to call it tasty

orabbit


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit

Number one with a bullet! Well deserved, Travis!

dacrete


quality posts: 123 Private Messages dacrete

This is a great October shirt. I really like the colors, too!

orabbit


quality posts: 31 Private Messages orabbit

BTW, it's humorous to me that the artist is from Boiling Springs, SC.

oakenspirit


quality posts: 79 Private Messages oakenspirit

HUZZAH! I can afford my unborn baby now! (Don't tell him I paid for his birth with cauldron money...)

Thanks to everyone who voted! I am totally overwhelmed!


orabbit wrote:BTW, it's humorous to me that the artist is from Boiling Springs, SC.



/highfives That's my favorite thing now.

rasabi


quality posts: 23 Private Messages rasabi
oakenspirit wrote:HUZZAH! I can afford my unborn baby now! (Don't tell him I paid for his birth with cauldron money...)



Double congrats! Nice win! I like the hand drawn lookin' text!

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Babies!

omarfeliciano


quality posts: 35 Private Messages omarfeliciano

Yey for Travis. Congrats buddy!

jasneko


quality posts: 30 Private Messages jasneko

Congrats on first place oakenspirit!

Vote!


sonofafish


quality posts: 11 Private Messages sonofafish

Just the right amount of newt eye! Congrats, OS!

dacrete


quality posts: 123 Private Messages dacrete

Thank you for putting CAT in bold letters.

lordbowen


quality posts: 252 Private Messages lordbowen

Not really seeing the bubbles.

judgeofparadox


quality posts: 0 Private Messages judgeofparadox

can someone tell me where the poem starts becuz i want to tell it to all of my friends when i but this shirt

krittikae


quality posts: 21 Private Messages krittikae

Should we refer to this as "The Scottish Shirt"?

Narfcake


quality posts: 287 Private Messages Narfcake

A translation, courtesy of Animaniacs:

yanmos


quality posts: 1 Private Messages yanmos

Nice shirt!

wakho


quality posts: 1 Private Messages wakho

Congrats on a much deserved win oak! definitely one of my favorites in the fog!

theco2


quality posts: 67 Private Messages theco2

I'm betting there are cats in the cauldron.

Wait, there is one. I see it!

safyrejet


quality posts: 121 Private Messages safyrejet

I love that "wicked" curl.

lstaff


quality posts: 200 Private Messages lstaff
theco2 wrote:I'm betting there are cats in the cauldron.

Wait, there is one. I see it!



Dead, or Alive???

evilqueen58


quality posts: 1 Private Messages evilqueen58

If I wore this, would I then have a pot belly?

jackie31337


quality posts: 5 Private Messages jackie31337

Just be sure not to wear this shirt to work if you have a job in theater: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macbeth#Superstition_and_.22the_Scottish_play.22

morninglark


quality posts: 22 Private Messages morninglark
jackie31337 wrote:Just be sure not to wear this shirt to work if you have a job in theater: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macbeth#Superstition_and_.22the_Scottish_play.22



It should be fine to wear the shirt as long as you refer to the play the lines come from as "The Scottish Play." After all, actors carry their scripts into the theatre for rehearsal (and the prompter has his/her script at all times). The only prohibition is saying the name of the play --saying the name of the characters of the same name oddly enough is fine as far as I know. I've never heard anyone refer to Lord Macbeth as the "scottish king" for example.

I minored in theatre and in class when we did this play, we were cautioned never to say the name of the play IN The Theatre. Outside of the theatre is fine, but most people don't because if you get in the habit of saying "The Scottish Play" instead then there's less a chance of saying it by accident inside the theatre. Plus it sounds a lot cooler. :-)

The reason is that there has reportedly been deaths on opening night when actors have uttered the play's name in the theatre. So if you happen to be the understudy in a major production and want to get your big break and publicity at the same time, all you have to do is trick the lead into saying the name of the play. :-)

kevlar51


quality posts: 46 Private Messages kevlar51

big congrats oakenspirit!

oakenspirit


quality posts: 79 Private Messages oakenspirit
jackie31337 wrote:Just be sure not to wear this shirt to work if you have a job in theater: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macbeth#Superstition_and_.22the_Scottish_play.22



You mean... this shirt... IS CURSED!?!?!? Mwahahhahahaha!

Thanks for all the kind comments- to show how amazed I am that this placed so high, I am giving away free shirts on my facebook page, including one for my 100th like! Come on over- https://www.facebook.com/Oakenspirit

/BEAM!!!

namzaps


quality posts: 6 Private Messages namzaps

If only it glowed in the dark . . .

-JCH

tomspc


quality posts: 1 Private Messages tomspc

Congrats! I'm always happy when an original piece of art wins. Gives me renewed faith in this process. Well deserved.

princessleiao


quality posts: 3 Private Messages princessleiao

why no sweatshirt option this time? because of the derby?

tjschaeffer


quality posts: 7 Private Messages tjschaeffer

Yay! So happy to see this print. Congrats, oaken! A well deserved win.

dkinskey


quality posts: 1 Private Messages dkinskey

This needs to be an apron, NOW!

natedogg828


quality posts: 4 Private Messages natedogg828

Awesome shirt, bought one but wish it would have been available on long sleeve as well...might (probably) have bought both versions

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dianea5


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dianea5

Wish it could be a hoodie!!!

motherpockets


quality posts: 0 Private Messages motherpockets

I want this in long sleeved, too!!! Any chance of that? Winter is coming, ya know! This is THE BEST design you have ever printed! Because the world needs more cauldrons and more Shakespeare!

Raphael42


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Raphael42
lstaff wrote:Dead, or Alive???



It is not determined until you open the pot and look in. Until then the cat is both alive and dead.

cdrewlow


quality posts: 9 Private Messages cdrewlow

Great shirt! Congrats, oakenspirit!

whirlygirly


quality posts: 2 Private Messages whirlygirly

I really want this as a bag, and an apron, maybe even a hoodie. If it were on a coffee mug would it be too small to read?

cyraxote


quality posts: 2 Private Messages cyraxote
morninglark wrote:I minored in theatre and in class when we did this play, we were cautioned never to say the name of the play IN The Theatre.



It's unfortunate that an educational institution would continue such nonsense. When I MAJORED in theatre (Ha!), one of my favorite things to do was sit in the dressing room, opening and closing an umbrella and saying "Macbeth" over and over.

morninglark wrote:The reason is that there has reportedly been deaths on opening night when actors have uttered the play's name in the theatre.



But seriously, it's not just opening night, it's throughout rehearsal and performances that such accidents happen (many more injuries than fatalities). My theory is that because much of the play takes place at night, the stage is perhaps darker than usual, and so it's easy to trip over something.

zekecatz


quality posts: 201 Private Messages zekecatz

The design is clever but I would hate to encounter a slow reader while wearing this. "You can stop staring at my chest, I'll recite it for you."

charwoman


quality posts: 9 Private Messages charwoman

I'd be in for one if it was available in long sleeves. Great design!

Here's the poem:

http://www.shakespeare-navigators.com/macbeth/T41.html

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 215 Private Messages Spiritgreen

Great result, some literary goodness for Halloween. Woo and also yay to you, Mr Oakenspirit!