@PlacidPenguin trying to find jeans with a 30 inch waist but 28 length is my personal reoccurring nightmare… and also always getting x large volunteer shirts at events because for some reason everyone is afraid of shaming big people by not having a shirt big enough but if you are knee-high to a grasshopper and the t-shirt stretches from wrist to wrist and down to your ankles NOBODY CARES!
I love these shirts and always buy them when they roll around, but this “busy processing orders” thing is some bullshit. order more mens 3xl purples next time, they were sold out a microsecond after midnight.
@elipongo seems like they had about 50 decent tees, and a hundred or so in brown that they were looking to unload on dupes. Suckitude, bet all the “random” colors are brown. A brown tee shirt, appeals to almost no one, and looks bad even on those who deliberately buy a brownshirt. Shame on you, Meh. I say meh.
@narfcake Anytime that you buy bulk and wholesale, the price is much, much less than if you buy over the counter. When I bought them, they were less than a dollar each for the bulk that I bought. That was only a few years ago.
AA has gone bankrupt and was bought out by Gildan. Well see if they keep the name and quality. American Apparel was an Canadian company that had it’s main factory in L.A.
Spend years in screen printing and pad printing and get back to me, ok?
@Tadlem43 I am NOT doubting your pricing; I’ve had a little time “behind the scenes” too. The “not the shittiest shirt readily available” 5000, 3930, or PC51 in white can be had for under $1.50 in quantity – and not container-quantity either.
But you still danced around my question – because except for closeouts/write-offs/B-stock or lower, no one is getting USA-made t-shirts for $1 anymore. And that’s been well over the past two decades already. Probably 3 decades.
Seriously, what did you have in stock at 12:00:00, 3 each of each size? Major suckitude, folks. (What does it cost to custom print more tee shirts, FFS?) Sold out in one minute? This is a meta joke, isn’t it?
Seriously guys, bring back the the “m” logo and I’ll buy a shirt in every color. The average person doesn’t know that “meh” means meh.com and they’re just as likely to ask us about the “m” logo, so give us a t-shirt we’ll actually wear!
No trouble with the order process.
Two randoms in different sizes because
I love surprises. Though I know the
daughter would LOVE a purple or navy. Teens can
be so picky, but she adores the Meh. sentiment.
Also… Why didn’t the circuit breaker save any other colored shirts in my size? Is it just a mass circuit breaker for if X% sells out not individual sizes… I would have loved to get a random shirt rather than a brown one. (even if brown came and it’s not about the $1 savings… it’s like fuko’s it’s the mystery)
@ConradHilton as a quick note, now I have enough meh shirts to wear everyday to work. It’s extra fun since I work for amazon, and they bought woot. I just realized how boring that makes me sound since i described THAT as being fun…
Well I got 2 shirts today. Going to say I feel a little pissed off. I got black. I don’t see black listed. I see Brown, Navy, Cranberry, and Eggplant. I understand the concept of random, which i did select, but you didn’t list that black would have been an option. I would have paid the extra $2 had i know black was an option. Thanks @mikibell I know this is your fault.
@jml326 Random is random. Gee, I hope I get a black shirt instead of brown. (They’ve had all kind of shirts in the past, so I guess that’s where your black one came from – probably the black on black Meh, one of my favorites.)
@jml326 I am sorry… this is the only time I did not purchase meh shirts, random or otherwise. I would have traded… All of my meh t-shirts are in unworn, still folded from the package… except the flask, which I gave to my son because there was no way I could fit in it and the birthday sprinkles where I bought two for me … I liked the pink jimmies.
Got my shirt today…
Honestly, pretty disappointed that the random shirt doesn’t actually have ‘Meh’ branding on it… my understanding was that a random Meh shirt would be a random shirt with Meh printed on it somewhere. I just didn’t care about the color I’d be getting. Heck, looks like the comment above me got an actual Meh shirt with their order.
Not trying to knock the mediocre labs logo on the shirt I received, it’s okay I guess, but it does lack the gravitas and recognition of the Meh branding. Which is 100% of why I bought the shirt.
Please just be a tiny bit more specific about the randoms next time (you can even use a tiny font size). I promise I’ll foolishly give you money for the shirt I actually want. Also, please let there be a next time.
Id also like to toss my vote into the “be more specific next time” pool regarding the random shirt option. I own every single style of shirt offered by meh and all in all my meh wardrobe is overwhelmingly grey and black. I was excited to get some additional random color shirts into the mix. Alas i got two of the exact same Meh flask grey shirt. I suppose that technically getting the exact shirt twice on a random pull could happen, im certainly frustrated.
If anyone is in need of an XL mens grey flask shirt, lemme know. I sure as shit dont need more of them.
Meh has really lived up to its namesake over the past few orders. That grandfathered VMP may have to go…
@RiotDemon Yep, they are men’s shirts and I’ve got your email. It may be a few days before I get to Mom’s, who knows, maybe by then you will get an answer from someone else. But I know she’s got one somewhere… I think.
Oh, and all shirts that I send out, come complete with Lady dog hair.
@sammydog01 Hey, Kroger has their “March to Savings Swish and Score” basketball game going on. This is like the game I played last month where I won all of that junk food. Anyway, I just won some frozen appetizers. Yum. I won with the purple basketball.
You can play it every day at least through March, and maybe until the end of the NCAA tournament. (I’m sure it says when it ends, but who bothers to read the rules?)
I ordered to random and got two black on black shirts. They are a little tighter, maybe, than previous American Apparel shirts I’ve ordered, but the tags are right, so I blame them. And they’ll still work as undershirts.
@ktammfinn often blanks for children’s sizes can be quite a bit pricier than the adult sizes in direct contrast with the lesser material cost. Add to that the fact that printing children’s sizes usually necessitates an additional setup and screen set with a reduced-size design to look reasonable and it drives the costs up. Another factor would be that it’s probably hard for Meh to project how many youth shirts they’re likely to sell which impacts the pricing they’ll get for them.