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aka phillip fill
is a 29.54 year old
has been a part of the Threadless community for 7 years, 11 months!
has scored 1046 submissions, giving an average score of 2.03, helping 15 designs get printed.
the only time i had to delete a blog was because of the outcry i got over calling threadless out on putting fatty jeff on all the food shirts, always eating something, or smearing it on himself. i swear i got like 700 comments calling me a fascist. i didn't really think anyone read these... haha.
so i guess discussing someone's weight in relation to food is way out of line, but making fun of self mutilation is totally in right now.
posted 6 years, 6 months ago in EMO KIDS, crows, paint drips, hearts, and rawr
i guess i have a habit of creating moderately contentious blogs, being vague, then forgetting about them.
i was commenting on the competition as a whole, and the kid of people that would make designs for it.
there were stupid shirts like this made 2 years ago. same topic. same old joke. we were making fun of these kids when I was in high school. i don't know why it continues to be so funny.
i liked the design till you threw in ANOTHER cliche emo kid reference. i am SO tired of elietist "emo" kids satirizing other "emo" kids. it's SO old and been done SO many times, it's like making a shirt with crows, hearts, paint drips, dinosaurs, robots, rawrs, and exposed stiches. just make something nice, and quit the hate; the joke's done.
posted 6 years, 6 months ago in The Uniform
i'd buy any clever shirt of an artist, ever.
posted 6 years, 6 months ago in Cheer Up Vangogh
this joke is SO done.
posted 6 years, 6 months ago in cutting-edge
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