Great face with the classic heroic aka Dr. Mr. Donna Reed jawline...black, white + grey color scheme adds to the this is a clip from something classic effect.
OK...this got something between a chuckle & a chortle out of me, & it's been a long time since I enjoyed a shirt so much at first glance. Funny, nice, wacky.
Nice touch with the name badge Apelad. I always love your classic style.
This shirt is beyond wonderful. It makes me so happy.
This is the equivalent to a computer programmer doing nothing because their code is "compiling"
Hey now, when I hold test tubes aloft I have plenty of reason. And I've got plenty of science left to do. So there.
Plus that guy doesn't seem to have proper PPE. I call shenanigans.
I am quite amused over the badge pic.
Haha, love the badge detail!
Also, this reminds me of the Soap Opera Calvin and Hobbs strips.
Most people don't realize how much upper body strength it takes to be a scientist.
One more reason to hate shirtwoot.
I admit I looked to see if his ID card photo was wearing an ID card too. Thankfully, I didn't get sucked into a recursion vortex.
Cool shirt, Adam!
I love this design! But why can't I get it in long sleeve? It IS winter after all!
Whaddya mean 'for no apparent reason' ? He's obviously checking for flocculence and turbidity! (Yes, I'm a nerd.)
He looks like the Turbo Encabulator guy. :V
Finally a shirt I have to buy! It's for my 90 year old father who is still a scientist although he retired at 75. He's going to love showing it off to his numerous lady friends.
cabaretsinger wrote:Finally a shirt I have to buy! It's for my 90 year old father who is still a scientist although he retired at 75. He's going to love showing it off to his numerous lady friends.
That's pretty adorable. <3
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skopi wrote:Why 1846?
I'm wondering about that, too.
one of the best selling shirts in a while. congrats apelad.
luke975 wrote:one of the best selling shirts in a while. congrats apelad.
phoenixaudubon wrote:I'm wondering about that, too.
That's the year test tubes were first used, at least according to the internet.
Had to get one for my 9 year old that wants to be a scientist.
i believe they lift it up mainly to check volume more accurately?
ApeLad wrote:That's the year test tubes were first used, at least according to the internet.
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