[TxMt] new shirt ideas/slogans [revised]
harrison at Math.Berkeley.EDU
Wed May 30 13:54:43 UTC 2007
There are female t-shirts available with different necklines. (Part
3 of the offending t-shirt was "over the top". Please be respectful,
even in humor.)
On May 30, 2007, at 6:15 AM, Mats Persson wrote:
> On 30 May 2007, at 11:54, Linda Dunn wrote:
>> On May 30, 2007, at 6:03 AM, Mats Persson wrote:
>>> Full complete display of all designs found here: [ http://
>>> www.imediatec.co.uk/tm/tshirts/ ]
>>> And there's one specifically for the ladies as well ;-)
>> Er...you say "The general idea of the various 'designs' is that
>> they should remain tasteful and professional looking, so that you
>> can wear them anytime."
> I also said "with a **heavy dose of tongue in cheek**" for the
> first one :-) [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongue-in-cheek ]
> Yes, I admit it was a bit of an obvious joke, but hey it was meant
> to get people smiling, not sighing/frowning. It was NOT meant as
> the only one for the ladies!
>> This is true for all the shirts except the ones for the ladies.
>> (sigh). How about (radical idea here) the same design that you'd
>> do for the guys (the rest of them are great), just sized for women?
> Linda, the rest of the T-shirts were classed as *Uni-sex* so they
> were meant for both sexes. As for sizes, well I've got nothing to
> do with that, so it's entirely up to those making them. (= Not me)
>> Without the tit jokes? Just a thought. :)
> One version of the same without the 'tit jokes' coming right up!
> (Has also been added to the URL page)
> Just to clarify for everyone, in order to remove any
> The whole idea with this version is to play with Mac symbols, their
> substitutions into words and the multitude of meanings that can be
> construed from those words, within the TextMate scope, Life in
> general and the English language. In other words, play on many
> different levels, and therefore confound(?) the uninitiated, while
> being an 'in-crowd joke' among us TM users. Yes, the message can
> contain a naughty side, but that is down to your imagination ;-)
> The whole T-shirt design is both the front and the back as the
> message needs to be intact.
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