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i couldnt think of anything better to say!
LMAO!!! awesome. I feel that way most of the time!
this would rock for a friend of mine... he literally says this quite often...
I WANT IT lolz AWESOME!
Love it. Nuff said.
great great work in colors and typo
this is what i call Designer style
i´d buy it
I really like this 5$
on white. the "generic" t-shirt color....
One Hundred Per Cent Satirical. I'd buy it!
I've seen this as a slogan submission ever since word submissions were accepted here on threadless....
i'd buy it, as a present maybe.
oh, well, here i found interesting stuff like this.. u'll be interested. :)
or this one:
When I first saw it, I thought it said "Genetic comment." Then I corrected it, and I liked it less. But it's still pretty.
PS.: Pretty = high praise in Benja's world
i love this shirt!
what does 'generic' mean? I'm sorry, dutch girl here.
generic |j??nerik| adjective 1 characteristic of or relating to a class or group of things; not specific : chèvre is a generic term for all goat's milk cheese. See note at universal . • (of goods, esp. medicinal drugs) having no brand name; not protected by a registered trademark : generic aspirin. 2 Biology of or relating to a genus. noun a consumer product having no brand name or registered trademark : substituting generics for brand-name drugs. DERIVATIVES generically |-ik(?)l?| adverb ORIGIN late 17th cent.: from French générique, from Latin genus, gener- ‘stock, race.’
generic adjective 1 a generic classification for similar offenses general, common, collective, nonspecific, inclusive, all-encompassing, broad, comprehensive, blanket, umbrella. See note at universal . antonym specific. 2 generic drugs are cheaper than brand-name ones unbranded, nonproprietary, no-name. antonym specific.
^^ and now I'm supposed to understand what generic comment means?:)
well if the dictionary cant explain how the hell can i!
I think it'd be even better if the design was more generic, like set straight on the t-shirt for instance.