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Got My T-Shirt

Postby Ian Moulding on Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:11 pm

Thanks, everyone!

Everyone = CW (You're welcome!), Rock, Vort, Phact, KrisX, MM, Tim, Cookie, Pimpette, Remus, FAUB, Sparrow, STrRedWolf, the Kolters, the Norths, Lego, CBF, NY, JT, K-Dawg, Spriteville, Fading Aura, Orion, Dave, Joel, and a couple of people whose signatures are too blurred to read :-? .

These guys are great. Generous, warmhearted human beings overflowing with goodness. Those of you who didn't sign my shirt will be converted into puppy chow when my Legions of Hate take over the world and I am proclaimed Emperor Over All.
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Re: Got My T-Shirt

Postby Rock_dash on Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:54 pm

Ian Moulding wrote:Those of you who didn't sign my shirt will be converted into puppy chow when my Legions of Hate take over the world and I am proclaimed Emperor Over All.


I for one, am SO glad I signed. So very glad.
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Postby Corgan_dane on Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:34 pm

Speaking of which, I got mine too (and the wife's which she wore to work yesterday).

I expected lots of cool signatures, but the little doodles were GREAT. I'm framing that sucker.

Unfortunately, since ROCK AND ONLY ROCK signed it on the back, his signature won't show, and will be my little secret once it's framed.

GAAAOOOOooooooN!>!?!!
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Postby Faub on Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:43 pm

I had the shirts on cardboard shirt forms so people tended to sign the fronts and not turn the shirts over.

Just a warning to those with dark shirts. The silver sharpie doesn't hold well in the wash. It fades and will probably go away after a half dozen washes. Ladydarke has put her cami through the wash at least twice and already the signatures are difficult to read.

The black sharpie on white will last forever. Mine hasn't dulled in the slightest and it's been through the wash several times.
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Postby Pimpette on Fri Jun 16, 2006 4:27 am

I was afraid of that. :(

So after this once... I WILL NEVER WASH IT AGAIN.
But my cat slept on it so... yeah.
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Postby Cortland on Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:26 am

Ack! I was so busy signing shirts for people actually at the cookout that I forgot about the ones we were sending via mail to everyone else. I'm sorry. :(
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Postby RemusShepherd on Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:47 am

Speaking of the shirts, I have Crossfire's. He lives near me. But does anyone know how to get in touch with him? I've sent PMs here, and he's not responding.
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Postby Dr Legostar on Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:09 pm

faub wrote:I had the shirts on cardboard shirt forms so people tended to sign the fronts and not turn the shirts over.

Just a warning to those with dark shirts. The silver sharpie doesn't hold well in the wash. It fades and will probably go away after a half dozen washes. Ladydarke has put her cami through the wash at least twice and already the signatures are difficult to read.

The black sharpie on white will last forever. Mine hasn't dulled in the slightest and it's been through the wash several times.


this is exactly why i had people draw in my sketchbook rather than sign my shirt, i have every intention of wearing the shirt, and having to wash it, i didn't want precious things from you people destroyed.
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Re: Got My T-Shirt

Postby gotaparel on Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:23 am

I had one of the bright yellow EMISL t-shirts. It was tight on me in 1990 so theres no way it's going round my gut now!
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Re: Got My T-Shirt

Postby brittyking on Tue May 14, 2013 10:14 pm

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Re: Got My T-Shirt

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