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I REALLY love this shirt
id buy this in navy imdeiatley..
oddly enough, something about this grabs me.
oh, heh, that wasn't supposed to be a pun, but i guess it works!
i like it on navy
isn't it "too many mouths to feed"?
I like the idea of "too many people begging for HAND OUTS" better... with that in mind, you get a 3 instead of the 2...
Yes, Krieg, the proper phrase WOULD be "too many mouths to feed." It's another mixed metaphor (I kind of have a thing for them). Like "It's not rocket surgery" or "wake up and smell the roses". I heard someone say this one recently - it's a mixture of "Too many hands in the pot" and "Too many mouths to feed". I often hear people say things like this, and it cracks me up, because they're obviously not thinking about the words that are coming out of their mouth... still we know what they mean...
I feel so stupid to have not gotten the combined metaphor focus of your stuff.... I still like the "to many people beggin for hand outs" more though... but either way, that's just a title and it isn't even on the shirt, so in reality I shouldn't judge the piece on the phrase at all :)
it is mouths to feed
Uh...I'm pretty sure it's a joke kanavera.
a bird in the hand gathers no moss...5...$
you have way too many great submissions. another $5
but too dark for the tees...
wait...like the jewel lyric?
"too many hands to feed and mouths to pay"
c'mon try a little harder, her poetry sucks.
Ha! No, not like Jewel. Did she really write that?
No -- well, not exactly. The real line: "there are addictions to feed and there are mouths to pay."
a bird in the hand is a penny earned. rock on Kreamy.
hah! this is clever, i like it.
'too many hands, too little time'
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