Sunday, October 15, 2006

Threadless....

My latest t-shirt love affair from threadless.com. Should I?



My nerdy Englishy heart loves this one, too. Gotta wait for it to be reprinted, though.



Enough procrastination. Back to the thesis proposal.

17 comments:

  1. Ohmigod I love both of them. I really wish I was old enough to buy stuff over the net. So you buy them instead. They are wonderful.

    GG

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  2. I love love love the second one. I must have it!

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  3. Yes. Cause those are hawt!

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  4. Interesting. The first shirt features a stereotypical quality of Texans. The second features a stereotypical quality of English majors.

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  5. I"m bored as well..... That's why I keep visiting your blog.

    Love the threads andi, LOVE THEM.

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  6. Number two. Did I just say number two?

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  7. i LOVE the first one!!

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  8. I like the first one.

    Still haven't started the thesis proposal or the book review.

    It's time to work.

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  9. The Chicken loves Haikus.

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  10. GG, will do! I'll wear them in your honor!

    Lulu, it's currently unavailable! Isn't that sad? I already put in my request for reprinting.

    Heatheroo, thanks! I can't wait to own the first one. Now I need some birds tatted on my collarbones like she does.

    Thanks Amandaroo!

    Dale, you did. And I giggled. 12-year-old humor rocks!

    LE, me too. I must order it.

    E., I almost finished the book for my review, but I'll write the fucker tomorrow. I hate reviews.

    Sam, I bet Chicken OWNS haikus. Would love to read his work. I hope he remembers the little people when he's famous.

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  11. X, I love me some stereotypes! Especially on t-shirts.

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  12. I know that you're working on your thesis, but I'm supposed to be working on my Realism paper and you're not giving me quite enough to properly procrastinate. Just kidding (not really). Love the shirts, especially the second one.

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  13. Thanks, Cynthia! I'm still awake, which is pissing me off. Wish me luck falling asleep (I knew that nap at 9 was a bad idea).

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  14. LOVE the haiku one. Now I want one!

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  15. I love the Haiku. Irony in three lines.

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  16. Nat, I definitely think you need one!

    Anathema, welcome to the blog. I'm always glad to spread the ironic love.

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  17. My son just sent me a link to the Haiku shirt, last week, and I almost bought one for each of us but then I remembered the bank account has been screaming and all those clothes that I need to give away are piling up. Did they run out of haiku shirts?

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