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Threadless Summer Sequels
8-colors on green
You did it again! PRINT!
I have issues here. No celery salt or neon green relish?
I have never heard of piccalilli. Had to look it up and have never had it.
I guess I shouldn't have judged piccalilli by the photo on wikipedia. I can't read. Still never heard of it called by that name.
@craig - yeah, I figured piccalilli was the technical name for that neon relish...maybe I could still add some celery salt also :)
So much toppings. :)
Awesome sequel! $5
Celery salt is a must.
one to go please...5$
haha nice, can you do a Philly Cheesesteak next?
looking at it twice, the buns are a bit confusing since its a hot dog, I read it more as a burger since hotdogs are just one bun, then again Im probably looking into it too much, still great! :D $$
Just turn Piccalilli into Relish (if that's kosher, pun intended), and it's a delicious and healthy food shirt! Would also help to break up the chain of P's.
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I can't eat letters...but I'd try it if I was really hungry.
A tasty 2nd course
yummers (w/ a veggie frank!)
cool helvetica list tee!
cool sequel bro!
Yeahh.... 1 bun, and relish instead of piccalily (which is not incorrect btw just very old-fashioned way of naming relish), celery salt should be on there technically but maybe it's too long compared to the rest. Nice work :)
This has already been done...
@bluegrassinpi It's part of a series by dschwen
and the colors look great.
Hehehe, funny tee! I am hungry now!
not relish, green chile!
Doesn't the mustard usually go on the dog, not on top of all the other ingredients?