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Scientists

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Quality Posts


lonelypond


quality posts: 375 Private Messages lonelypond

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.

gertiestn


quality posts: 51 Private Messages gertiestn

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.

collinvh


quality posts: 55 Private Messages collinvh

Nice touch with the name badge Apelad. I always love your classic style.

lordbowen


quality posts: 146 Private Messages lordbowen

This shirt is beyond wonderful. It makes me so happy.

lichme


quality posts: 2275 Private Messages lichme

This is the equivalent to a computer programmer doing nothing because their code is "compiling"

safyrejet


quality posts: 109 Private Messages safyrejet

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.

ChuckleNorris


quality posts: 4 Private Messages ChuckleNorris

Haha, love the badge detail!


ChuckleNorris


quality posts: 4 Private Messages ChuckleNorris

Also, this reminds me of the Soap Opera Calvin and Hobbs strips.


ApeLad


quality posts: 34 Private Messages ApeLad

Thanks everybody!
Most people don't realize how much upper body strength it takes to be a scientist.

skopi


quality posts: 1 Private Messages skopi

Why 1846?

DrTorch


quality posts: 1 Private Messages DrTorch

One more reason to hate shirtwoot.

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 197 Private Messages Spiritgreen

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!

glendacom


quality posts: 0 Private Messages glendacom

I love this design! But why can't I get it in long sleeve? It IS winter after all!

shirlo


quality posts: 0 Private Messages shirlo

Whaddya mean 'for no apparent reason' ? He's obviously checking for flocculence and turbidity! (Yes, I'm a nerd.)

amytobol


quality posts: 3 Private Messages amytobol

He looks like the Turbo Encabulator guy. :V

cabaretsinger


quality posts: 3 Private Messages cabaretsinger

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.

manhandsha


quality posts: 25 Private Messages manhandsha

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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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TheGolux


quality posts: 6 Private Messages TheGolux

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phoenixaudubon


quality posts: 0 Private Messages phoenixaudubon
skopi wrote:Why 1846?



I'm wondering about that, too.

luke975


quality posts: 13 Private Messages luke975

one of the best selling shirts in a while. congrats apelad.

I always did like yardsales.

ApeLad


quality posts: 34 Private Messages ApeLad
luke975 wrote:one of the best selling shirts in a while. congrats apelad.



Thank you!

ApeLad


quality posts: 34 Private Messages ApeLad
phoenixaudubon wrote:I'm wondering about that, too.



That's the year test tubes were first used, at least according to the internet.

Ualtar


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Ualtar

Had to get one for my 9 year old that wants to be a scientist.

uschi22


quality posts: 0 Private Messages uschi22

i believe they lift it up mainly to check volume more accurately?

citizendane


quality posts: 0 Private Messages citizendane
ApeLad wrote:That's the year test tubes were first used, at least according to the internet.



Source?