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Quality Posts


thumperchick


quality posts: 238 Private Messages thumperchick

Woohoo!! Congrats on your first daily print Marcee!

(And 3rd print overall. I'm keeping track now.)

lordbowen


quality posts: 228 Private Messages lordbowen

Yay! In plenty of time for St. Paddy's Day.

Raider9924


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Raider9924

Congrats Marcee!

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massha10


quality posts: 67 Private Messages massha10

What's that implement with handle?

thumperchick


quality posts: 238 Private Messages thumperchick

jthebird1977


quality posts: 27 Private Messages jthebird1977

Congrats Marcee!

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massha10


quality posts: 67 Private Messages massha10
thumperchick wrote:You mean the bottle opener?



uh duhhh derp derp derp I thought it was a spatula (why???)

lonelypond


quality posts: 416 Private Messages lonelypond

Right, shirtwoot!, you've earned yourself the Irish culture is more than drinking rebuke and the example that goes along with it, in this case the William Butler Yeats poem of my choice.

"I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,
And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made:
Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey-bee;
And live alone in the bee-loud glade.

And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow,
Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings;
There midnight's all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow,
And evening full of the linnet's wings.

"I will arise and go now, for always night and day
I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;
While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey,
I hear it in the deep heart's core."

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theco2


quality posts: 56 Private Messages theco2

This shirt should be bundled with an actual bottle opener.

dacrete


quality posts: 105 Private Messages dacrete

I like the white on green and you can never have to many lucky shirts laying around.

massha10


quality posts: 67 Private Messages massha10
dacrete wrote:I like the white on green and you can never have to many lucky shirts laying around.



They probably are not much help just lying around. Try wearing several at a time - surely, luck compounds?

garytmeyer


quality posts: 0 Private Messages garytmeyer
thumperchick wrote:You mean the bottle opener?

Okay, it's a bottle opener. Don't you think a bar key is more appropriate? That looks more like the handle from my "lil red wagon" my folks bought from Western Auto back in the day.

sucker4crap


quality posts: 20 Private Messages sucker4crap

Sorry to be a fly in the Guinness here, but this is a four leaf clover, not a shamrock. The shamrock is a symbol of Ireland.

lichme


quality posts: 2756 Private Messages lichme

I knew Marcee before she was famous.

nucleardrugs


quality posts: 3 Private Messages nucleardrugs
lonelypond wrote:Right, shirtwoot!, you've earned yourself the Irish culture is more than drinking rebuke and the example that goes along with it, in this case the William Butler Yeats poem of my choice.

"I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,
And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made:
Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey-bee;
And live alone in the bee-loud glade.

And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow,
Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings;
There midnight's all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow,
And evening full of the linnet's wings.

"I will arise and go now, for always night and day
I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;
While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey,
I hear it in the deep heart's core."



This reminds me of the story of an Irishman walking out of a bar, no wait, it really can happen.

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

That churchkey certainly has its work cut out for it.

ambassadordeath7


quality posts: 9 Private Messages ambassadordeath7

Wear this to ask, "Top off the marnin' for ya?"

jdsturgill


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jdsturgill

Sorry this looks like a boat propeller and a wagon handle. Woot has had much better designs for St. Patricks day.

gusvonpooch


quality posts: 24 Private Messages gusvonpooch

Oh wow a four leaf clover and various drinking symbols for St Patrick's Day! Very unique,I doubt this has ever been done before!

FrostByte


quality posts: 12 Private Messages FrostByte
theco2 wrote:This shirt should be bundled with an actual bottle opener.



I thought the exact same thing, then purchased regardless.

Nice work Marcee!

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marceepauff


quality posts: 14 Private Messages marceepauff

Ouch.

My feeling hurts.

ETA ohai frosty! An official crappraiser? You know, I coined that term. thank you for the support!

FrostByte


quality posts: 12 Private Messages FrostByte
marceepauff wrote:Ouch.

My feeling hurts.

ETA ohai frosty! An official crappraiser? You know, I coined that term. thank you for the support!



I remember... the hyperlink goes right to the post where you birthed it

Also, love that you included a boot... lol.

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eileena


quality posts: 0 Private Messages eileena

Shamrocks have only three leaves, not four. Otherwise would be tempted to use as party favors....

And please edit your description - St. Paddy's is spelled with "ds" not "ts".

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 215 Private Messages Spiritgreen

Congrats Marceeee!

That's a lot of beer. (I'm not judging.) ;)

cdrewlow


quality posts: 9 Private Messages cdrewlow

Woohoo! Congrats on the 1st daily!

Charityf


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Charityf
sucker4crap wrote:Sorry to be a fly in the Guinness here, but this is a four leaf clover, not a shamrock. The shamrock is a symbol of Ireland.



That *almost* ruined my buzz.

I though a shamrock and a clover were the same thing. A shamrock is a young clover, methinks.

marceepauff


quality posts: 14 Private Messages marceepauff
Charityf wrote:That *almost* ruined my buzz.

I though a shamrock and a clover were the same thing. A shamrock is a young clover, methinks.



It doesn't really matter. It's quite obviously meant to be a boat propeller. :P

thumperchick


quality posts: 238 Private Messages thumperchick
garytmeyer wrote:Okay, it's a bottle opener. Don't you think a bar key is more appropriate? That looks more like the handle from my "lil red wagon" my folks bought from Western Auto back in the day.



Good idea! I'm going to try to use a wagon handle next time my bottle opener goes missing. Thanks!

thumperchick


quality posts: 238 Private Messages thumperchick

I'm confused about something.

Why are so many complaining about it not being a shamrock? It doesn't say anywhere that it's trying to be a shamrock. It's a four leaf clover, or 'lucky charm' as far as I can see.

Why get mad that it's not something else?

meh3884


quality posts: 25 Private Messages meh3884

oh baby, i'd make coffee all over this shirt with you.

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eileena


quality posts: 0 Private Messages eileena
thumperchick wrote:I'm confused about something.

Why are so many complaining about it not being a shamrock? It doesn't say anywhere that it's trying to be a shamrock. It's a four leaf clover, or 'lucky charm' as far as I can see.

Why get mad that it's not something else?



Because Woot! chose to write it up as something Irish and for St. Patrick's Day.

thumperchick


quality posts: 238 Private Messages thumperchick
eileena wrote:Because Woot! chose to write it up as something Irish and for St. Patrick's Day.



Ok. Maybe you can explain why is it St. PaDDy's when the name is Patrick? (You seem to know?)

moles1138


quality posts: 8 Private Messages moles1138
thumperchick wrote:Ok. Maybe you can explain why is it St. PaDDy's when the name is Patrick? (You seem to know?)



Wanted to know the same thing. Is it similar to the Margaret/Peggy thing?

HoboJoe427


quality posts: 0 Private Messages HoboJoe427
thumperchick wrote:Ok. Maybe you can explain why is it St. PaDDy's when the name is Patrick? (You seem to know?)

In Ireland Paddy is short for Padraig and Patty is short for Patricia, so neither is technically correct.

cdrewlow


quality posts: 9 Private Messages cdrewlow
thumperchick wrote:Ok. Maybe you can explain why is it St. PaDDy's when the name is Patrick? (You seem to know?)



I also thought it was Patty, as well, but I found this link that explains the kerfuffle:
http://paddynotpatty.com/
I still like the boat propeller design despite the fuss.

marceepauff


quality posts: 14 Private Messages marceepauff
cdrewlow wrote:
I still like the boat propeller design despite the fuss.



Hee hee. Thanks drew. I can't lie, I'M SO. FREAKING. EXCITED.

*needs to stop checking 'last wooter to woot' and get back to work!

kevlar51


quality posts: 45 Private Messages kevlar51

Congrats on your first front page print Marcee!

indigodreams


quality posts: 0 Private Messages indigodreams
thumperchick wrote:I'm confused about something.

Why are so many complaining about it not being a shamrock? It doesn't say anywhere that it's trying to be a shamrock. It's a four leaf clover, or 'lucky charm' as far as I can see.

Why get mad that it's not something else?



Because it is highly annoying to those of us of Irish descent. Four leaf clovers and shamrocks aren't the same thing. Shamrocks are an Irish thing and associated with St. Patrick's Day because of a legend claiming that he used one to explain the Trinity to the pagan Irish and convert them to Catholicism (How the Trinity can be three in one. The Shamrock has three leaves in one shamrock). The amount of the leaves is super important. The four leaf clover has nothing to do with St. Patrick's Day and it's use a common American mistake that the Non-Irish don't care to correct.
That said Congrats to the artist it is a great design, and I highly doubt you were intending to offend anyone. It is a super common mix up that almost every American manufacturer that has every made St. Paddy's stuff has made, and honestly if you aren't Irish, or your family isn't crazy about their heritage like mine, it is very unlikely that you would've realized the difference. I hope you sell lots of beautiful green shirts (the color and wearing of the green is perfect and can't be complained about in the least).