A robot by rglee to start off the Robot special for the week. How appropriate.
I do love rglee robots, but not cats.
That cat looks awful stiff. Like it's been handled by Chuck Testa.
I love every kind of cat.
I used to like cats. Then I grew up. ;-P
Put some pants on!
Is that robot bench pressing a cat? Silly robot, you'll never show up that bully at the beach that way.
I always love seeing a Robbie Lee robot. He has a great way of making a retro-style robot seem believable and much more awesome than the most complex terminator-esque bot.
I really don't love cats, but I couldn't pass up Robbie's robots either.
This will be Robbie shirt.woot shirt #17-1/2. And first sucker # ... I don't know - I gave up counting that one.
People are buying 3? I guess there are going to be some 'cat' family photos this year at the annual cook out!
Hearts cats? That robot must be Unix based.
Should've been a Roomba....
Vacuums are robots too!
No puppy love?
Most people don't know that Robbie Lee is half man, half robot, half ninja. You have to respect a man with three halves. Congrats on another awesome print!
DianaSprinkle wrote:Is that robot bench pressing a cat? Silly robot, you'll never show up that bully at the beach that way.
I might be wrong, but I think a bench press involves a weight bench.
I thought there was a rule in the derby about no "I <3 whateversubject" because NY fiercely protected that?
I was under the impression that robots could not have human emotions, like love. Now I have to rethink my entire existence, how do I know I am not a robot? I also love cats.
odysseyroc wrote:I might be wrong, but I think a bench press involves a weight bench.
It's the pose that makes me think of the word... if it's wrong I would not be surprised. =P I know nothing about working out.
So delightfully random!
I love the everyday, casual sort of background.
Pretty sure they made a game about this called Robot Wants Kitty
anamya wrote:I thought there was a rule in the derby about no "I <3 whateversubject" because NY fiercely protected that?
They incepted a loophole by making it a shirt within a shirt.
That, and this clearly falls under parody law since there's not a court in the land that can prove anybody in their right mind really loves cats.
Let the records show that I have absolutely no idea what this T-shirt is supposed to mean/be/invoke/portray.
And robots + cats tag team their way into a new Olympic event. As mentioned, great "lift"off to too many robot shirts to choose week.
I wonder if that robot has seen this video?
If I wear this shirt does it mean I <3 cats, or I <3 robots that <3 cats?
Robbie Lee for President, but cats? My Pit Bull just said, H.E.doubletoothpickNo. I rubbed his tummy and asked, 'pleasssssseeeee?' and he poptarted the essence of deli chicken in my face. Guess that means, no.
oh and then there's that other thing...called gray...or grey. Ummmm, no.
Yay! Congrats Robbie!!
(Sorry. I wish this stuff didn't bother me this much, but my therapist says I have to "focus on bigger issues first.")
It would be a lot funnier if the robot was a vacuum cleaner.
a robot? and a cat? and a spot of orange, on a woot shirt? my resistance was futile.
love the write up, too. most idyllic utopia ever ;)
First thing I thought of... the flash game "Robot Wants Kitty" you can play it here:
This shirt would be far more awesome if it was Alf instead of a robot.
You found kitten! Way to go, robot!
/Probably not obscure here
i love cats, but i can't eat a whole one.
DianaSprinkle wrote:It's the pose that makes me think of the word... if it's wrong I would not be surprised. =P I know nothing about working out.
it's more of a military press, you lay on your back (on a bench) for a bench press.
Wow, A CAT SHIRT!!!! When did this opportunity ever present itself on shirt.woot!?!
I keep my cats away from bender units.
CowboyDann wrote:That cat looks awful stiff. Like it's been handled by Chuck Testa.
This. It pulls the image from cute into creepy.
I am pretty sure Robbie is poking fun at voters for not giving enough votes for this
neyfam2000 wrote:Woot!--going from "Deal-a-day" to "Site-a-day"
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