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aka Jess Stoncius
is a 31.59 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 10 months!
has scored 215 submissions, giving an average score of 2.18, helping 5 designs get printed.
Some days, you are the dog.
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in submission 19 Comments
People are total jerks!
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in general 19 Comments
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in general 16 Comments
Clearly, I am a wuss.
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in general 0 Comments
Pitbull says ROLL IT ON!
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in submission 12 Comments
It's interesting how written feedback can be mostly positive on something, yet it can still turn out to have a pretty low score. Oh well. Back to the drawing board, I guess!
posted 5 years, 8 months ago in I shot the sheriff
WarDrobeInSpareOom: (cool username, btw!) Not the holster itself, that leather string that ties it together and stuff in back. I think if it didn't have that, the holster and gun could be moved farther down the shirt.
FRICKINAWESOME: I dunno, maybe you are a suicidal immortal zombie sheriff with existential crises tearing you apart? Or maybe "I" is the name of somebody else who happens to have shot a sheriff, and that sheriff happens to be you if you are wearing the shirt. Hmmmmm.
I'm not sure how I managed to bold the entire bottom two paragraphs. I blame science.
Thanks for the feedback so far! I think the blood kind of makes it a little funnier because when wearing the shirt, not only are you the sheriff, but you are invincible sheriff because bullets don't seem to have any effect.
I agree that the gun is somewhat high. It can't go too close to the edge of the shirt, though, and that leather, uhm, thong, or whatever you call those, hangs down past the seam and shirt edge if it's placed lower. The leather thong (lace? string?) could probably be gotten rid of without too much trouble if the lower placement adds more to the design than it does.
Phearsum: just imagine what will happen if you were to wear the shirt.
But not the deputy. Six colors on brown.