Meh for the past month my pleas have gone unnoticed. I am not pleased by this.
IRK Plushies, Mehgic 8 Ball (all responses some form of meh.), Squatty Potty (because we don’t have the fukubukuro anymore and our crap needs to go somewhere), and a metric shitfuckton of AAA batteries.
I like this shirt. I kind of wish I hadn’t gotten the flask shirt so I could get this one instead. (I’m cheap.) I definitely would buy the no text version as I don’t want people touching me, much less trying to hug me.
Um, weren’t you planning to start some mediocre-“Tees” site at some point? Because I’d rather enjoy some of those delightful eye color things or a metric fuckton of fidget spinners than see a lame shirt.woot alternative.
I’m 6’5, which I don’t feel is freakishly tall by any stretch of the imagination, but I could be wrong. The issue for me is that my torso is actually about the same length as someone that’s 6’1. It seems my extra 4" of height is all in my legs. My arm span is 80", so my arms a little on the long side as well.
Personally, I’m probably a large as far as my frame goes, so a LT works great for short sleeve shirts…
I normally buy XLT when I buy long sleeve shirts because LT is just crazy-stupid short in the sleeves. Even the XLT shirts are a little short in the sleeve for me, but the 2XLT shirts are so giant around the middle that it’s a whole 'nother kind of mess.
I haven’t bought a tailored shirt in ages, but if I recall correctly, I wore a 38 sleeve and a 16 neck. I’ve put on a little weight since then though, so maybe I wear a 17 now. At any rate, I can’t buy dress shirts off the rack and they HAVE to be tailored. I work from home and rarely have to go into the office for anything, so it’s not really an issue.
TL;DR Sell some tall shirts so I don’t look like such a freak!
You usually see interesting shirts on the internet…
Some smart website likes to sell them.
Then you get Meh…
See What I did there?
You know Meh really what is that supposed to be an anally raped plant turd?
Just who are you selling shit to? Queer eye for the repugnant alien activist banshee?
Kind of a niche market am I right?
Wait seriously Meh I am always getting your marketing wrong this is Dragon-BallZ right? As in Dragon Balls in your face… so clever always a step ahead. Say hello to the cows for me.
Really? Sure I will give you my address because you are going to fly here and give it me. Getting a hug from these shirts might put me in a worse mood.
Btw I am not really mad I just like to insult Meh for putting T-shirt’s and fidget spinners and shit on here. At least the Eurosocks are fairly comfortable.
I can get a $10 T-shirt with writing from Walmart if I want it any day. They aren’t even any cheaper although apparently you are happy with them gfy.
Happy Halloween if I don’t make it on here to insult Meh tomorrow,
@cobra54 they are definitely changing direction…I can go anywhere now and get cheap stuff…yes, maybe MEH would be a few bucks cheaper if they had the same cool item…but the question is “IF”…I would rather just have it…Also, if you watch from a year ago (when i had 50 orders in 4 months) there was stuff so cheap AND cool, you had to have it…whether or not you needed it…
@fastharry@RiotDemon the idea behind verbalizing the displeasure is so that Meh can correct the situation. You’re happy, great. There’s a ton of lousy sites to choose from. This one WAS different. I’d rather they improved.
@cobra54 sure, they can improve. There’s a way to show displeasure without just flat out bitching constantly. At first we had to listen to him complain about his fuko being broken. Now he just comes to shit on the product offerings. Why doesn’t he make suggestions of what he wants instead of just screaming about how it sucks?
@firstcrack Amateur. I recently ventured into the basement in search of clothes now that it is getting colder and shorts will not cut it. I have also lost some weight, so figured I would pull out all the old bins and see what fits. It seems I have been buying t-shirts from Woot, Loot Crate items, sales, etc. for a decade or so that did not quite fit me well enough to be comfortable wearing. FOMO I guess. They now all fit. I stopped counting at 200. I am fairly certain I have at least one for every day of the year, including the fourteen days of Christmas and eight days of Halloween. No closet or drawer space so they are now stacked on the bed in the spare bedroom. I noticed one of the piles is slowly oozing towards the edge of the bed like a glacier. I think I have to look into the aftermarket need for 3x shirts with quirky designs.
Why does this feel like an opportunity for Al Sharpton?
I see ya all charging the poor, lazy and helpless overweightness more for a hug than the privileged middle----class… whom got the gym memberships and the fancy suites and gowns prancing on Hollywood Rodeo Drive! The underprivileged children has to pay the same for the same hug that the rich middle class just because they were born undersized and underweight?
What is wrong with America? Boycott the cotton growers now!
Because it seems that no one responded to the question of “which ones are true and which ones are lies?!” in @skemmehs’ write up:
Adam Koford, as a shirt designer often under the moniker of “Apelad”, has sold more than 260 designs on websites like Shirt.Woot, including several that this former Woot copywriter often still thinks of and laughs aloud.
Adam Koford is the creator of Laugh-Out-Loud Cats, a webcomic which can be viewed at HOBOTOPIA.com, as well as in a new book, One More For The Road, COMING SOON (stay tuned to Hobotopia for an official announcement in a couple weeks). A few months ago, he posted his 3000th Laugh-Out-Loud cats drawing. And since pictures are each worth a thousand words, that means Koford has produced the equivalent of 3 million words, the equivalent of somewhere between 30 and 50 novels. That’s impressive!
Adam Koford has worked as a senior writer and story artist on the video game versions of Bolt, Toy Story 3, and Cars 2. Which means he can say things like, “I wrote Toy Story 3,” and not technically be lying!
Adam Koford designed today’s shirt.
Adam Koford’s art studio is in a house boat currently floating in international waters, the only place he can execute his diabolical pencil hold without being taken into police custody.
Adam Koford was, for a time, a jockey. He and his horse Maple Syrup were dominant, winning the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. On the track of the Belmont Stakes, though, disaster struck. Just feet from the finish line, Maple Syrup collapsed in a cloud of gray smoke, at which point it was discovered Maple Syrup was not a horse at all, but a robot powered, at its center, by a tiny car driving on a tiny treadmill.
Adam Koford opens bananas by making several exacting surgical incisions with a scalpel. The peel-removal process can take up to two hours, but according to Koford, it’s worth it. “If you respect the fruit,” he says, “it will in turn respect you by unlocking heretofore hidden flavors.”