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It's just good manners.
love the design, hope this one gets printed. I'd definatly buy it
a grocery bag
no shit sherlock
hm. I thought it was a comment on misusage of your/you're at first. oh well, kinda cool.
playpens* Pardon the misspelling, I noticed it after I submitted it.
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But I love it!
I would love this but I actually already own a shirt like this :(
wow, this is like one of those trash bags! :)
genius as always
I love the design! My roomie and I would totally buy this one! Its really witty!!!!
I just got it. I think.
i love it, maybe black?
oooh. or graaay
i dunno. different colors would b nice
Cott. Fact. perhaps
This is a copy of a ZOO YORK shirt!!!!!!!
hmm... See if you can find a link to that shirt.
This is tight
almost there. why isnt the warning changed to suit the context of the 'shirt' or statement?
I don't get it. /Australia
i would most deffinitely wear it.
i've seen this shirt done. with thank you instead of your welcome though. pretty fly. this one would be cheper than that one though
I've always seen these bags
aye, that would be the point.
My only complaint is the word "garment" in the warning. I think it should stay as it would be on the bag.
totally one of those "i wish i'd thought of that first" designs. brilliant. $5!
interesting & i like it. 5$!!
how about the color of a paper sack?
borders on tacky but that would only make me want to wear it more. good idea. maybe fill in a "you're welcome" closer to the bottom instead of the middle one. it would make it more assymetrical and bring together the "you're welcome. have a nice day" phrases together.