@brainmist@Kidsandliz Yeah, I tried about three dozen times. Got about half a dozen different clips of Bill Murray in “Scrooged”, with many repeats. Got several of McDuck (but don’t recall Daffy in them). Deleting before edit window slams shut and will maybe try again later for Ebeneezer after /giphy sobers up. Third one was good, but not what I was expecting so moved on. Never got it back.
(Majority of my shirts in current rotation are from shirt.woot, with Teeturtle, Mediocritee, and Threadless in the mix every so often when I feel like it. Also I don’t wear catshirts everyday; only on days that end in ‘y’.)
@narfcake Yes I’m pretty sure I had at least 2?
Wow that’s pretty awesome about owning every single design offered
Hmmm ok, upon clicking - I don’t even remember that spotlight that you posted!! When was that?
I found another spotlight, though even this one is not the one I was thinking of… I think the one I’m thinking of was my first spotlight, which pretty sure it had the “purrfect day” shirt and “Cat in the wild”.
@smkarizona I don’t have any dresses but sometimes if I’m not leaving the house beyond going out to check the mail I wear a lab coat with nothing under it. Pretty much as comfortable as it gets in the summer.
My morning ritual is to get out of bed, sit down on the toilet, brush my teeth, check a few art and media sites I frequent, check a few automated searches on sales and auction sites I frequent, check Meh, then check and send texts from friends and family. No news or social media until after breakfast though.
Which is to say that not only am I not wearing a shirt, or indeed pants, but I’m also slightly goobered up with toothpaste drippings and eye boogers.
We saw Dominique (the Cat Man at Key West) years ago and the entire front of his T was covered in holes where he would have a cat leap thru a ring of fire and land on his chest. He was a blast to watch with the rescue cats he had trained over the years.
for me it’s partially because I have so flipping many. I get a t-shirt about every 8 weeks when I give blood. And since I’ve given over 5 gallons over the years I have a buttload of them in my closet. Add in T-shirts from jazz festivals, travel destinations, beer and wine brands, and some smart-ass ones I collected over the years and some get old.
Typically I keep them until they start fraying at the neck or the sleeves start separating. At that point I usually cut the sleeves off and use them as work shirts outside in the summer. Once they’re not fit for that task anymore I throw them in the shop and use them as rags. By the time I get rid of them there’s not much left!
@chienfou Correct – though I have plenty in the rag pile that were intact to begin with. One of my local thrift stores used to bag up the unsold shirts to resell, but I’ll wait until those are unsold for at least a week so those get discounted too. I’d pay about $2 for about a 10 gallon sized “rag bag”.
A green Meh shirt that actually got me recognized my another Meh citizen in the real life. Was a weird encounter. I didn’t know there were others out there and Meh wasn’t just a giant figment of the imagination existing only in the darkest recesses of my psyche.