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Styleforum T-shirts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ambulance Chaser, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. imageWIS

    imageWIS Well-Known Member

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    And at the bottom it could say:

    "You like it the inside joke?"

    Jon.
     
  2. Nick M

    Nick M Well-Known Member

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    And above it, the dreaded "Eye of Mittal": [​IMG] I also like
    But otherwise, I'd rather an original print - something abstract, maybe, or geometric - from a designer on the board. With no text, because text bugs me.
     
  3. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Well-Known Member

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    How about I AM MITTAL, BITCH.  If someone asks about it, tell them you received it at a taping of Chappelle's Show, and that all will be clear when the episode airs in a few months.  Enjoy their dumbstruck reaction, smile, and walk away.
     
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    imageWIS Well-Known Member

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    (Alias @ June 15 2005,07:06) Why not a shirt with I AM MITTAL on the front?
    How about I AM MITTAL, BITCH. If someone asks about it, tell them you received it at a taping of Chappelle's Show, and that all will be clear when the episode airs in a few months. Enjoy their dumbstruck reaction, smile, and walk away.
    Well, cocaine is a hell of a drug. Jon.
     
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    black t-shirt with the slogan...Not Acceptable For Business
     
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    "Is black suit an acceptable business attire?"
     
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    Fabienne Well-Known Member

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    (LA Guy @ June 14 2005,14:29) Like Black tees more though.
    black t-shirt with the slogan...Not Acceptable For Business
    I do like that one. [​IMG]
     
  8. dumadiscount

    dumadiscount Well-Known Member

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    I like the slogan ideas but I think the print/picture/abstract/crest ideas seem more versatile
     
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    If you're going the crest route and don't want people to ask about a nerdy slogan, couldn't the slogan be put into Middle English or Gaelic or Welsh*? Also, the shirt should be brown. How could another color even be considered?

    * 'n frown ydy achos amaethwr
     
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    How's about a large royal crest or coat of arms, with the scroll below it reading "Trump Classy".
     
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    (Ambulance Chaser @ June 15 2005,09:44)
    Why not a shirt with I AM MITTAL on the front?
    How about I AM MITTAL, BITCH. Â If someone asks about it, tell them you received it at a taping of Chappelle's Show, and that all will be clear when the episode airs in a few months. Â Enjoy their dumbstruck reaction, smile, and walk away.
    Well, cocaine is a hell of a drug. Jon.
    Steel's a hell of an alloy.
     
  13. dumadiscount

    dumadiscount Well-Known Member

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    someone should start a vote
     
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    I vote for RJman's avatar.
     
  15. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Well-Known Member

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    me too, but only because i made it.
     
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    I'd vote for a picture of the John April's non sequitur-esque tweed jacket image on the back of a shirt.
     
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    faustian bargain - I have some comments on the tux featured on your t-shirt... First off, notch lapel is not appropriate; or at least not considered classic... Second...
     
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    mkk Well-Known Member

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    I love this t-shirt idea. I support those who say that nowhere on the shirt should there be any mention of "Styleforum." Instead of choosing between a few, why not do a "Styleforum Top 10" t-shirt without actually mentioning Styleforum on the t-shirt?
     
  19. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Well-Known Member

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    Just to clarify: I am not advocating that "Styleforum" be anywhere on the shirt, or that the shirt indicate any affiliation with this board.  Instead, I envision a parody of the nonsensical T-shirts that Urban Outfitters sells with well-known Styleforum catchphrases and/or images.  As for concerns that the T-shirt will prompt questions that you would rather not answer, do you know anyone who asks, "What does 'getting lucky in Kentucky' mean?"
     
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    Okay, so like, a beautiful elaborate crest a la Morphine Generation with the words "I Like It The Lamb" in gothic writing? Sounds cool [​IMG]
     

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