Well after literally watching each and every meh ration offering today, I just had to get a t shirt…why you wonder well maybe I am a little tee’d off ! In for one t-shirt I don’t need but want one for some strange reason.Oh and I got a bag earlier today just couldn’t resist watching this April fools meh ration play out.
I used my second coupon to get a free shirt for my husband. It’s not one I’d ever wear, but he can at least wear it under his uniforms. This was a good run, Meh! Nice to have a mehrathon where I know we won’t spend more than $15.
Smaller shirts are preferred since t-shirts stretch, a lot. Turn shirt inside out, sew across the bottom hem. Cut off the collar to adjust how big the opening is. Cut off the sleeves to get the handles. Done!
@mike808 There were 2919 Fukos, which sounds like a lot, but you were lucky and dodged the bullet of receiving the crap so awful they couldn’t sell it in bundles. Watch the reveal thread to find out just how they cleaned out their warehouse. Maybe someone will get a beat up screwdriver or a half-filled stapler!
On the other hand, the shirt looks pretty sharp. First thing I’ll do when mine comes is find someone who can tell me what it really says.
@ACraigL I missed it too cause I got bored w/ all day fukos - did actually manage to snag one…so my losing streak there is now broken…I have acquired one on my own…but I’m bummed I missed the t-shirt…although if everyone’s fuko ended up being that t-shirt…that would be cool…and btw…does anyone have stats if anyone was able to get more than one fuko yesterday? I’m curious…
@ACraigL Sorry to hear that but it’s not too surprising. Hopefully they will have some good sales like on Pizza Day. I paid ten dollars for Kraken Bathtime after a Happy Hour coupon and that was still a bit high for a shirt made in Honduras.
@GLaDOS@narfcake I didn’t notice- they are really funny. The last few offerings also had funny model numbers. Maybe some nice volunteer could put together a list along with the photos? No, not me. I’m not nice.
@medz@sammydog01 Worse than “who tried it on” is the potential for manufacturing chemical residues and even pesticides. Imported textiles are sometimes treated with pesticides to avoid spoilage during transport and storage.
@sammydog01 Warped Tour, 1996 concert shirt. It caused welts within minutes after putting it on at the venue. When I took the shirt off, everywhere it touched my body was one giant red and white blister. It was bad enough I was at an outdoor venue. But it was July 4th in Phoenix. Temp hovered around 110* and I was covered in a burning, itching welt from neck to waist. LOL!
That was the last time I wore any piece of clothing without washing first.
@ruouttaurmind@sammydog01 The pesticides start from the very beginning. The US supplies a lot of cotton to the world because GMO/pesticides/chemicals make it consistent and US government subsidies keep it cheap.