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A four-color design. Enjoy and thanks for voting!
Wow, I never knew two bits was 25cents.
This is great!
DUM duh duh Dum dum..... DUM DUM.
I don't think this generation know the old saying. In fact the only reason i know about it is Roger Rabbit singing it to his doom in the movie! I like the well-illustrated simplicity of the idea, it just doesn't have the insane spark of many of the tees that are printed here. Still really nice design tho, good work!
Neither do I
I had a feeling this might happen: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shave_and_a_Haircut
Ii think it us quite clever! Print it
The funny thing is that EEEEVERYONE probably knows the tune, it's just hardly anyone born after 1908 knows the words. =)
i knew what it was refering to but the quarter through me off. 25cents = two bits? what a loony world.
WRONG: that would be 'loonie'.
GG's got a point. I was also thrown by the quarter, but got the reference right away.....and I was born in 1984.
Neither did I.
I didn't know it was a song.
Anymore it's just what many people use when they knock...
The musical representation is on that wiki page the artist posted.
Nice idea... I think you did it well... and I think it would give you that "I learned something today" feeling.
Yeah, I use it to knock, but I always knew the meaning as well...
hahaha i love this.
i've always known the words/tune and i was born in '91 although the .25 threw me a little too
jeez, what a prude. your dad's a loonie.
lol @ you've obviously never seen her subs.
at the end of a lot of songs, theres a little thing like du dada dudu, du du. its from an opra or something when the punchline to every joke was "a shave and a haircut, two bits" to theat same tune. (i learned that in music class)
Awesome!!!!! And creative!
A special thanks to everyone who's rated and commented so far! It is much appreciated.
I love it. I'd buy it just for the straight razor, truthfully. Mostly, I'm thankful the quarter doesn't have any photo on it, I'd hate to walk around with an American quarter on my shirt.