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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 12 months!
has scored 1244 submissions, giving an average score of 2.66, helping 30 designs get printed.
That makes me hard. I need it NOW! $5
posted 6 years, 4 months ago in death becomes you
I think it's fan-freakin-tastic.
I'm not so keen on the mustard-colored shirt, though.
posted 6 years, 4 months ago in US Flagbar
It's a great motto to live by, just didn't translate well.
It seems like it belongs in a lonely person's cubicle next to the "Hang in there, Baby" kitten poster.
It's a good state of mind, but when you see it and spell it all out, it's really, REALLY corny.
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in Don't be a doormat. Be an Awning!
I'd much rather see a ghost wearing a bowtie.
I like puppies. They're just so sweeeeeet! Aw.
However, I tire of toy breeds and the vapid, vacant human waste-sacks that carry them around in little Gucci purses specifically made to carry around Little Princess Eats-Her-Own-Shit.
You hear me Paris Hilton? As well as any famous female between the ages of 16 and 25 (with the exception of Joss Stone. You're alright, kid.)?
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in Her Royal Cuteness
You know, it'd work without the NYC. It could say something more generic, like city sewer, or go more specific to your idea and have it say "Kharma Sewer". I'd $5 a "Kharma Sewer."
It's a 4. Without such a strong concept, it'd be stale.
Plus, I'm of the mind that NYC thinks entirely too much of itself. I don't 'heart' NY. I wanna see a pictograph shirt that says "NYC smells of urine." Crap in a sewer isn't special designer crap. It won't smell any better or make you cooler/more relevant. There'll just be more of it, like self-important New Yorkers.
posted 6 years, 10 months ago in window on your soul