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Very cute. I like.. 4.
Wow, it took me forever and a day to figure it out. I like it. :)
hahah i like this one
Haha. I looked at it and it gave me the impressions of a bunch of little Michigans.
what an utterly charming concept! :)
reminds me of the lorax! 4
i like the design, but wish for more color options.
it's hard to tell it's sucking. the mittens should be pulled toward it more.
"i am the lorax! i speak for the trees!"
i really dont know why i like it, but i do.
it reminds me of those machines that suck up golf balls at driving ranges :)
I love this shirt it makes me very happy. $5
this is excellent. I would love to see it printed. 5
The quote about Kelly makes this shirt really disgusting :|
i, also, was reminded of the lorax ^_^
Beautiful. Reminds me of Wallace & Gromit. Could it be on any other colour shirt though?
definitely wallace and gromit... but im not sure i like it.
I think it's an awesome design. I'd never wear it on a green though.
Sorry, I don't get why it says Kelly, I must just not be thinking today.
Kelly, as in "kelly green" -- the t-shirt color.
is it sad that i recognize that font as french script?
i love anything having to do with mittens. so squabby. but agreed...i think the blue/green is to harsh a contrast. other than that i'd buy it in a second.
I think the mittens in the machine should be a bit bigger, especially since the mittens way back on the hills are still larger than those in the machine. (Unless the idea is that mittens get smaller as they enter the machine, in which case...ignore me).
if mittens grew in the ground, they would get covered in snow, and we would really need them after having to dig them out. nice whimsy.