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January 12, 2004

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In the everlasting search for the freshest t-shirt that nobody else is gonna have, you've dug deep into the mustiest of the vintage shops, scoured the donation dumpsters of the thrift stores, and hit all the cool, but usual local digs, and lastly, jesus knows you've spent many an hour clicking from one website to another looking at all those ha-ha funny slogans. "Ain't nothing but a Goth thing" indeed. Oh yes, many times you have succeeded, you scored the pristeen Bowie tee for $2, you ordered the newest wave shirt with all the jiggy lines from that website you can't pronounce, and you paid $36.98 for one embroidered tee that was made the year you were born (yes, true, it is quite nice). All these options are great and world-renowned for their treasure-scoring bounties, but there's another option that you might not know about for getting your fix of limited run tees, complete with for-real fresh graphics, and no stinky dirtyboy stains. Lad, just move your scrawny ass to Threadless.com for the bestest shirts at the cheaperest prices you're gonna find this side of the sun. I know it sounds like a new-age waterbed store commercial, but this place is love. I've ordered several shirts off these guys at the couch-scraping price of $15 each, and still I catch myself thinking about doing laundry waaaay too soon so I don't have to wear anything else. You see, the way it works is like this, kids like you and me submit our designs to the site and they're posted up for all to see. Then, everyone that is registered on the site (for free of course) can peruse the wannabes and rate them on a one to fiver. Comments and suggestions can be left for each entry as well, so that if a shirt just isn't up-to-par, it can be improved upon and tried, tried again. So after there's a fair share of voting, you guessed it, the top voted designs get printed up in a limited edition run, ready for you and I to buy, slap on our backs, and stomp around in. You can always check a live stock chart to see what is available on site, as well as get emails letting you know when some new designs are hot off the press and ready to purchase. It's worth mentioning as well that each time I've ordered, the delivery times have ranged from "damn that was fast" to "damn that was superfast," and various speeds in between. So go sign up, click around, vote on some shirts, sign up for the email newsletter, and blow your check. You won't be happy you spent all your cash, but you'll look damn fine broke. Oh, and tell 'em I sent ya if you order something, 'cause I get a nice slap on the back! No, really. Put "c12" in the referral box on the order form. Thanks!

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yep, i'm soooo down with my t-shirts from here i'm highly anticipating some more pressings... my favorite i have so far is the shirt with the mice on the back chasing the elephant around to the front of the shirt... it's so adorable... and during the holidays theyn dropped their prices down to 10 bucks a shirt and gace you bonus referrals and everything, they're awesome...

Posted by: stace at January 20, 2004 4:25 AM
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