Thanks to the Liquor Snob, we've found a new website for t-shirts, similar to Busted Tees and Threadless. Snorg Tees are cute and funny, in bright colors so you and your shirt stand out. This is a new company, they were only started a little over a year ago. They don't have quite enough women's shirts in the Shirt Snob's opinion. However, they are cute and worth a look. Our favorites are Choose Wisely and I'm Kind of a Big Deal. Even better, these shirts are only $16.95, cheaper than any other decent store we've seen.
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Posted by Laura at October 21, 2005 10:55 AM
Having just seen the shirt Monica talks about on a web site, I just Googled to try to find out what it was a reference to, and I wouldn't have known if it wasn't for her post. I'm sure the Concords (sic) will be thrilled. =) So... How subtle does it need to be? Also, according to your theology, is there some kind of official board of irritable people that you elect who I would need to clear my t-shirt designs with if I was in the t-shirt business? =)
I hate all those up-and-coming tshirt websites that plaster their ads all over the web. Buncha thieves, plain and simple. They can't think of anything themselves. They aren't pop culture references, they are directly stolen ideas. Flight of the Concords have a song titled Business Time in which the man has sex for exactly two minutes while in his business socks. Snorg Tees' new tshirt is a clipping from a day planner titled Business Time, with a drawing of a pair of business socks, and the time frame 10:35 - 10:37. It's stolen. It is something that FotC should be selling on their own website. Pop culture references are fine if they are SUBTLE and the original source is CITED.
Jeff's got a bit of a point. The best shirts on the site are the ones that don't contain DIRECT QUOTES from The Simpsons, The Office, Napoleon Dynamite, or any other t.v. show/movie. There's a difference between making a pop culture reference and just plain parroting something a professional writer came up with.
Yes, they're wonderful, considering they steal ideas from other people. "Groin Grabbingly Good" Oh I wonder where I heard that one, oh yes, the Simpsons! "I'm kind of a big deal".... hmmm, let me think, oh yes Anchorman! Pathetic.