I’m too scared to buy more meh shirts after experiencing extreme size differences in women’s sizing. A women’s xl one time was equivalent to a small juniors, so recently I got a women’s 2xl and it was a tent in a women’s cut. So I can’t even give it to my husband.
Totally thrilled with the shirts I got!
The gray is a men’s S, the “I Irk” is a women’s L, and the geo-swirl is a women’s XL. I normally wear a women’s medium and the XL is the one that fits best, but the others are okay - I just won’t put them in the dryer. And if I ever drop the pandemic pounds they’ll fit just fine.
@Kyeh He just started playing DND and has been a Star Wars nut since forever.
This is the cake I made him for his birthday years ago. The Death Star is a molded truffle. It had hazelnut brittle, dark chocolate ganache and a few whole hazelnuts inside. He sat and ate the whole bloody thing.
Got the “Houston… No Problem” design on BOTH that I ordered. Sigh. Wish I would have got cooler ones like mentioned above. Most annoying they sent out the wrong size.
Yes, I contacted customer service. But, I expect that to be as fruitful as pounding sand. Very disappointed. No point in being a VMP supporting this company if they can’t even send out the right size shirt and crap on us with IRK torment.
Received mine today and it was a Meh Kickstarter tee. This is now three out of four shirts with the Meh logo instead of actually being something from the Mediocritee site.
Pissing me off! I have too many Meh shirts already. Send what you say you are selling!
Customer service, without ANY APOLOGY, wanted pictures of the shirt (fair enough) AND the shipping label (it was trash day). Without any apology or semblance of “this sucks for the customer”. I feel like I should go track my quarter mile time to tell the coach I am worthy.
What a fucking joke of a response. You guys screwed up. On a $6 dollar shirt. You apologize, and throw in two extra of the correct size, and thank me for being a customer–er, VMP. Not double down on asking for shit I may or may not have kept in my files of evidence of shitty businesses.