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If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Lightbeard » Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:49 pm

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Tell them they'd be doing a great disservice to the entire world by not printing this on a shirt
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby aranil » Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:05 pm

Okay, I would so buy that
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby mew » Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:51 pm

Double negatives are confusing.

The text is too small, not the smartest design to put on a shirt, but I'm sure some people would buy it.

Also, there are websites you can go to to get that put on a single shirt if you want one.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Lightbeard » Mon Oct 04, 2010 3:24 pm

mew wrote:Double negatives are confusing.

The text is too small, not the smartest design to put on a shirt, but I'm sure some people would buy it.

Also, there are websites you can go to to get that put on a single shirt if you want one.


That text isn't too small it's definitely readable. Maybe a tiny bit bigger but if it was on a shirt it'd be fine I'm sure
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Arnock » Mon Oct 04, 2010 4:23 pm

It's not so much the size of the text that'd bother me, but the volume, the joke either wouldn't get read, or you'd have people staring at your shirt for awhile before they actually read it.


A poster, however, would be win.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Dorvan » Mon Oct 04, 2010 4:52 pm

Arnock wrote:It's not so much the size of the text that'd bother me, but the volume, the joke either wouldn't get read, or you'd have people staring at your shirt for awhile before they actually read it.


This. In order to work as a T-shirt, it'd have to be shortened to something like "Law & Order & Goddamn Batman"
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Lightbeard » Mon Oct 04, 2010 5:06 pm

Dorvan wrote:
Arnock wrote:It's not so much the size of the text that'd bother me, but the volume, the joke either wouldn't get read, or you'd have people staring at your shirt for awhile before they actually read it.


This. In order to work as a T-shirt, it'd have to be shortened to something like "Law & Order & Goddamn Batman"


How about the picture on the front and on the back saying.

"Gotham City blah blah represented by the police, district attorney, and the Goddamn Batman.

Or vice versa.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Vanifae » Mon Oct 04, 2010 5:28 pm

Dorvan wrote:
Arnock wrote:It's not so much the size of the text that'd bother me, but the volume, the joke either wouldn't get read, or you'd have people staring at your shirt for awhile before they actually read it.


This. In order to work as a T-shirt, it'd have to be shortened to something like "Law & Order & Goddamn Batman"

Dorvan hit it perfectly, short, sweet, and to the point.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Flex » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:38 pm

The Goddamned Batman doesn't need text to tell the joke.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby ulushnar » Mon Oct 04, 2010 11:38 pm

Vanifae wrote:
Dorvan wrote:
Arnock wrote:It's not so much the size of the text that'd bother me, but the volume, the joke either wouldn't get read, or you'd have people staring at your shirt for awhile before they actually read it.


This. In order to work as a T-shirt, it'd have to be shortened to something like "Law & Order & Goddamn Batman"

Dorvan hit it perfectly, short, sweet, and to the point.


Yep, most witty shirts make their point by being succinct. There are, of course exceptions.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Lightbeard » Tue Oct 05, 2010 1:38 pm



I love you!

It lacks the Goddamn Batman but I'm fucking buying that. Thanks.
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Re: If Anyone Knows Someone In The T-Shirt Industry

Postby Shoju » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:46 pm

Actually, they would be doing themselves a disservice by infringing on two intellectual properties and getting themeselves sued by printing it.
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