@pazimzadeh Yeah, I was excited at first to get another black on black meh. shirt that says nothing else... sad to see the new design, it's classier when someone likes my meh shirt and I explain that not only is my shirt awesome but it's from a website run by cool people.
@bobthenormal and of course I bought one, after I realized those logos aren't impossible to pull off with a little work and maybe a scrub brush. That's right meh, I'm gonna scrub the address off the bottom!
@dtown240 I hate to be a hater but meh just isn't a logo I want to rock at this point. If they fired their graphic artist and made a cooler logo maybe I'd be down. The socks on the other hand I can mostly wear discretely and when I'm at the gym, fuck it, I'll wear some high socks and fly the flag.
Meh isn't kidding when they say they run small. I can fit into an L in most shirts, but the XL on this one is tight...this time I'm going with XXL. I just wish I could buy one XL and one XXL but there's a one shirt limit. Meh.
@IcedCorn Yeah, I have some medium shirts circa 10 BH (Before Hipsters) that still fit me fine, but I have to buy an XL in AA for the same slightly loose fit. I don't wear XL in any other kind of shirt, I'm usually medium or occasionally large depending on the brand.
@IcedCorn@MsELizardBeth This sizing inconsistency issue is the reason I am passing on this deal. (Ordered size up last time and still too small. Also not a fan of the slinky/thin cotton fabric. Prefer hearty cotton.)
@baqui63 Yeah...ChunkyBitz is my gaming name, it has nothing to do with my girth. My introduction to Quake was against a group of highly-skilled players. After getting killed over and over again, somebody asked me where I was. I said "I'm the chunky bits all over the floor." (Nobody had bothered to tell me that the game was modded with grappling hooks (as well as instagib), so all of my opponents were hanging from the ceiling, invisibly shooting me from above.) I did get better, of course, but I kept the name.
@mossygreen If you try to buy a mens XXXL, you won't have to, they must have already sold out of the Meh ones, 'cause all they let me order was an M-shirt, even though I wanted another Meh one... Ruddy-Madly-Panda
@Crixus the contrast on my monitor is bad...i'm just assuming. well it it is blue then let me rephrase my message "to meh's sales team, what i meant to say is "meh's sales team, i would like to applaud your efforst to sell shirts in many variety of colors"
@SteveOOO "Navy blue" probably predates that. Officers in both the Royal Navy and the US Navy wore dark blue in the early 19th century. Actually... just checked. (Sorry... etymology freak, here). Wikipedia agrees with my hypothesis. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navy_blue
@JonT Is that how I am supposed to expand my collection? All my woot shirts are starting to wear, but I refuse to buy anvil shirts. I only wear AA 100% cotton now because everything else feels itchy to me.
@JonT Nowhere, lol. I have countless free shirts that are advertising for other companies. Walk through any trade show and i'm sure you will be turning down the offer as everyone tries to push them on you. I used to take them and use them as sleep shirts, but how many can you have? Give me one free Meh and i'll wear it around!
@JonT Ya know what, after thinking about it you are right, where the hell are you going to get a $3 shirt??? I guess at least with a Meh shirt its one I'd want to wear, vs the ones at trade shows for free that I do not. Not to mention i'm sure you paid more than $5 for the shift and when you add shipping on top you are taking a loss. I don't know, I guess after getting the last one for $1 and I had to order a huge size which deemed it an immediate sleep shirt sort of sucked. You rock Meh, I was out of line, lol
@Myrrick Let me tell you about neoprene cases. I got a bazillion for the Kindle Fire. I do not own a Kindle Fire. I brought the whole box (or most of it) into work, and while nobody was in the lunch room, I spread the sleeves out on a table, with a sign that said "Free! Take one!" I think I brought in at least 20, but after an hour, there were two left. After three hours? All gone.
I couldn't decide which one I wanted so I bought both! My husband will be really sad when he gets home in the morning and finds out I bought none for him. It's not my fault there were purchase limits....
@Portlis I found it a bit odd that the logo (M) one doesn't have "meh.com", while the more obvious "meh." one does. It seems like it should be reversed (like... the one with the logo should say "meh.com" at the bottom, if either of them should.)
dense-formidable-rabbit Why didn't it charge me for the VMP? (Before the sarcasm comes, I cancelled VMP on the 22nd) Is there free VMP with today's shirt? All other times I signed up for VMP it charged me...
Apparently I AM "so different that you'll eschew brand t-shirts entirely". And I certainly won't pay to advertise. If it was a VMP bonus, like the bitchin' socks, it'd be trés cool, and exclusive, even! So give me one, and I'll feel part of the cool crowd. Charge me, and I'll say "get the meh out of here with that shit".
Hope he's not looking at the AA page, at one of their creepy "deep vees" that practical shows your belly button. Weirdest freaking shirt I've ever seen. Ought to charge half the regular tee price cuz there's only half a shirt there.
rampant-foul-saturn. Went with the M logo. Only because I already have a Kickstarter tee with the script version. :-)
At first I was leaning script because of the additional meh.com on the bottom (let's call it the Cool Factor). Then I realized that was redundant, with already having meh featured on top and all. Also having the meh spelled out to augment the logo defeats the purpose of the "secret handshake" from the description. Clearly I've put far too much thought into this, so I'm going to sleep now. Good night!
Meh should offer infant size, would of totally bought a 0-3 month. However I did buy myself one anyway so I guess Meh won this one. On a side note there should be a place to post your order confirmation, I get they are wacky, but do we really need to know what yours is? Or need too see the picture it returns? Maybe I am alone on this one.
@Thumperchick Hey, please do not inline Project Gutenberg images...it makes Gutenberg spin in his grave. There's already enough spinning going on with the death of newspapers, you don't need to make it worse.
@ChunkyBitz Why? Gutenberg made information widely available to the world, I fail to see how the next steps in that innovation would cause grave spinning. I'd rather think he'd be ecstatic to see how quickly and massively information is made available these days.
@eyewerks Apparently, over 1400 of us disagree with your assessment. Besides, when companies do shirt giveaways (and not many do anymore) they don't do it on this scale (usually contests or special events) and the shirts are always either boxy heavy weights or really shitty quality. They also often have tons of sponsor advertisements on the back because shirts aren't fucking free to make.
@eyewerks yes just like when Polo wants us to advertise for them basically every company ever. If I weren't such a --ahem, robust gentlema, I'd have grabbed me some Meh logo shirts in a heartbeat. Alas 3x and me just aren't meant to be.
@PurplePawprints Socks aren't free to make either, and they are far less effective a marketing tool than t-shirts. It obviously makes you feel secure to know that 1400 "others" support your position (although that assumption is erroneous as you bought 2 and even I bought one). Meh isn't a charity, it's a business, ...and it confounds me how some of you will jump through hoops to defend/support them against anyone that even mildly expresses dissent. It causes me to ponder the emptiness of your lives. :). Oh, and the next time you try to conjure up invisible supporters by quoting the number of units sold, try comparing that figure to the number of visitors that didn't bite. But far be it from me to say that the great silent majority stands with me.
@eyewerks Sorry for the delayed response, but I've been busy with my family and my empty life today, so responding to you had to be moved to the back burner. Socks are cheaper than shirts and they weren't sent as a 'marketing tool'. They were sent out as a freebie thank you to vmp members. Since I'm not an insecure person, I don't need other people to support my position. I was just pointing out that Meh is not lacking in buyers today, so there are plenty of people who don't mind buying a cheap shirt with a logo. Also, I've never seen the 'didn't bite' percentage drop below 95% unless they were selling fukus. A lot of their sales show that 99+% don't bite. So, I think 96% isn't bad when making the comparisons you suggest. As for 'jumping through hoops' to support Meh, well, you're damn right I will. I'm not the type of person who only talks about a company when I have a complaint and I want something free because of it. If I like the way a company does business, I will be effusive with my praise.
Why make me choose? WHY? At $5 w/VMP, I'm all about grabbing another meh shirt. But you gave me 2 new options and the ability to purchase only 1! It's not highlander... (I am fully aware that I could use an alt account to get the other shirt... but that would be a $10 shirt and I don't know if I want the .com that much.)
(Yes, that is the men's shirt... because oddly enough, the men's shirts have more room for lady parts.)
outdated-legitimate-rangeI bought the black on black one last time in L. It fit like a large at first. It's shrunk considerably as well though. I've always straddled the line between M and L so this shirt actually fits me perfectly. I won't mind the meh.com logo on the bottom of this one. It's probably going to turn into another gym shirt anyway.
Within an hour, and the only shirts I can buy would be small tents on me. Meh. (On a serious note, why not use this as an order form, and then do a T-shirt printing & shipping run for exactly what's been ordered?)
@narfcake I can wait awhile for a $5 shirt. Although you're probably right about them being sold at a loss. Oh well. Next time. (Or VMP members get to order, and all other suckers have to hope their size is still available? Look at me, full of crazy alcohol-fueled ideas.)
Maybe, You need to give these shirts for free, to your loyal customers, for buying your stuff, (sometimes kinda crappy stuff), as a Thank-you for keeping you in a money making business. With out us, your broke.
@JadenKale They cannot even ship things to the correct address when you have more than one. So I bought things as gifts for friends and their address is listed as a potential shipping address. Every single free item meh has shipped went to a friend instead of me. Good luck getting a sizing feature inside the profile.
@cengland0 oh that sucks. I'm sorry :(. Maybe suggestion for @jont have a saved addressed feature and default to "home" or the address wigs star is where to send random stuff. I've had replacements go to the wrong address (I get both addresses but sometimes I send to work others to home)
Maybe we could get a picketed version? I'd send a great picture of me working with the pocket filled. (I've blown out too many pockets in shirts recently. Oh and tall option please! I'd love to feta good tall shirt. Although these fit well without the tall. Tall only helps keep it tucked in as an undershirt.
@tightwad I end up putting the on-call phone, usually the cell phone 2-3 pens, sometimes a screwdriver (usually pen size) paper that ends up in the pocket sometimes screws or keys. Keys to the electrical closets is often.
@baqui63 Hey, WATCH it!!- I resemble that remark! I mean needing the bigger T-shirt sizes, not the fat-shaming rest of Amurica slur. [Not that I'm not a "husky"-sized people- but at 6'+, I'd need an XL or larger size anyway]
@baqui63 By ordering an XXXL, I will [hopefully] get credit for buying one for my domestic supervisor [spousal unit], but since they fit smaller than par, she will prolly tell me to keep it- a win-win!! And if she ends up wanting to keep it, the value of my Meh shopping and VMP are re-validated!
@PhysAssist Just when I was about to cancel VMP (to await the next deal I want), they sell something I want, thus revalidating my VMP. Without a spousal unit, it is only my daughters that chide me about buying crap.
Glad I didn't see this until my size sold out or I'd be in for one. Which would also get me a stern talking to from the wife...and she'd be right of course. It's not how much I spend on each purchase, it's the amount of purchases I make on deal sites. Maybe someone will start a support group or 12-step program...
Fewwww! I finally made it. I was worried that I was not going to be able to place my order. I just could not get the picker to work this morning on the iPhone using voice over. It just kept giving me the bonk noise. Lucky me when I got to work there was still an option for the mens xl! Just so tickled that I get another MEH shirt to ware. I got the logo shirt not the MEH.com. I have the too small version of that one already. Oh yea and my flask one. Dummy me didn't get the black on black one.
My question is why is Meh running out in certain sizes? Wouldn't it be smarter to take orders then print? My father owns a screen/litho shop and turn around would be a week tops, and I would wait to get the size/style I wanted.
@whoop1995 My experience with customer service doesn't fit into your paradigm. I've contacted support a few times because something went wrong and they have always fixed the problem and it hasn't cost me anything. In one case, I ordered some bluetooth keyboards and received an extra order and customer service advised me to keep them for free.
I am still waiting for a fix to a camera issue but they claim to be on top of the issue and I am not worried about it as I know it will be resolved eventually.
Your employee orders are FREE, right? I mean, you guys stick your faces up on the site in videos and photos. I cannot believe that you would be charged for a shirt that promotes your employer. Tell us it isn't so.
Got an "M" one for my mother; her name begins with "M" and, well, y'know--she's my Mama. It works. It'll be a cute little silly gift. Anyway, she can always use a new, well-fitting shirt for under her scrubs. I've gotten enough plain "meh" t-shirts for myself and my brother both. But I'd totally go for a new one with a flask or baby arm or Irk or Glen or a horrifyingly perfect low quality .jpg of the snapster bagface. Electrical-splendid-whistle led to my discovery of the Kwela music genre. It's easy-listening sweet goodness. Makes me want to put on a flippy day dress and make cocktails and sway-step dance around the living room. It'll also make for a great new station to listen to in my next New Vegas replay.
Finally, something to buy. Haven't bought anything since February. Went for the M logo for something different. Happy that I could only buy one since I really didn't need another t-shirt. hyperactive-confused-baby
I got my shipping notification today, and I noticed it's being sent from checkout.org -- which has the same address as Meh. headquarters. Going to www.checkout.org revealed that it is in fact a property of mediocre labs, specifically "checkout.org is a site for mediocre laboratories partners to offer exclusive deals."
got mine in the mail today, you guys had me so worried about sizing that I ordered an XXL prior to washing, the tee comes almost to my knees but I bought it to sleep in so it is all good although I have this feeling if I buy the next time to wear in public and buy an M or L, it won't fit over my head :P the tee is very soft and comfy
Love that the meh.com was added at the bottom of the shirt. Now when someone notices/appreciates the shirt, I simply thrust my hips towards them and point to the logo. So...enjoy that free advertising, meh!
@nlomsdalen@narfcake Even if a sizing chart was not available, it is more of an issue with the sizing provided by the manufacturer and not the retailer. So I would say if you plan on buying clothing through meh in the future, make sure you know the size that you wear from the manufacturer of that clothing. Meh is not responsible for you not fitting into the size that was advertised.