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Soft Kitty Fitted Ladies' Tee - Ice Grey, S
$19.99
Soft Kitty Fitted Ladies' Tee - Ice Grey, S
We don't always agree with her perspective, but Sheldon's mother certainly knows how to manage Sheldon. She's got years of experience (even if slightly abbreviated since Sheldon went to college at 11) in handling his quirky personality. Genetically, she may have given Sheldon his eyes and knees, but the far more significant gift arrived not via DNA but sound waves. That's right. We're talking about "Soft Kitty," everybody's favorite contagious lullaby. (See what we did there?) Sing it with us...
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Compiling
$19.99 $14.99
Compiling
Based on xkcd's Compiling comic, this shirt increases your programming and swordfighting skills to 18. Note: The first decoration the Code Monkeys + our token BOFH undertook when we got to the new office was to abscond with the projector, blow this comic up huge on a piece of foam core, and take some markers to it. And a fine job they did, indeed, while their code was compiling. "I'm not slacking off. My code's compiling." on the front with office swordfighting on the back in white on a black 100% t-shirt.
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Binary Mom - Turquoise, M
$19.99 $4.99
Binary Mom - Turquoise, M
Sorry mom, but we have neglected you for too long. We know you're either a geek yourself or the proud mother of a geek and it's about time you were given the opportunity to show it off. How's about our nice Binary Mom tee? It's a great way to confound those non-geeky types with your binary sweetness. Looser cut than a babydoll tee, this is considered a "classic cut". It's styled for women, but is not tight or fitted. 100% combed ring-spun cotton 1x1 rib, 6.1 oz in Bimini...
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Peanuts Snoopy This Is My Weekend Shirt Vintage Triblend Slouch Raglan
$19.00
Peanuts Snoopy This Is My Weekend Shirt Vintage Triblend Slouch Raglan
Womens; Junk Food's Peanuts Snoopy This Is My Weekend Shirt Vintage Triblend Slouch Raglan. Take a slice of Junk Food in this retro graphic tee! Our Snoopy This Is My Weekend Shirt tee is part of the Junk Food Classics/Designs collection, a mishmash of all things that inspire us. The Snoopy tee is like a canvas, painstakingly detailed by our talented Junk Food artists. This Snoopy shirt features soft fabric, vintage inspired graphics, and a relaxed stylish fit. Import; Natural; 50% Cotton 38% Polyester 12% Rayon
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I Love My Geek Women's Classic Cut
$19.99 $14.99
I Love My Geek Women's Classic Cut
Looking for the perfect gift for your girlfriend, wife, or even your mom? How 'bout the "I love my geek" shirt? It pretty much speaks for itself, and proves to the world that geeks really are lovable! I [heart] my geek on a black, 100% cotton ladies' shirt. Looser cut than the babydoll tee, this is considered a "classic cut". It's styled for women, but is not tight or fitted. This shirt fits like Huge Tracts of Land. Here's the babydoll cut version of this shirt if you'd prefer a smaller / more fitted shirt. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL XXL Chest 37 in. 39 in. 42 in. 45 1/2 in. 49 1/2 in. Length 24 1/2 in. 25 in. 25 3/4 in. 26 1/2 in. 27 in. Women's US Size 4-6 8-10 12-14 16-18 20-22
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Science Babydoll
$20.99 $12.59
Science Babydoll
"Science: We finally figured out that you could separate fact from superstition by a completely radical method: observation. You can try things, measure them, and see how they work! Bitches. The graph on the back of the shirt is data from the COBE mission, which looked at the background microwave glow of the universe and found that it fit perfectly with the idea that the universe used to be really hot everywhere. This strongly reinforced the Big Bang theory and was one of the most dramatic examples of an experiment agreeing with a theory in history -- the data points fit perfectly, with error bars too small to draw on the graph. It's one of the most triumphant scientific results in history. ""Science / It works, bitches."" on the front with the COBE graph on the back in white on a green babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. The babydoll shirt is a slightly lighter green. If you bought this shirt before 9/15/12, your shirt may be slightly different than the current one. We've now switched this shirt to our standard babydoll blank."
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Schrödinger's Cat Babydoll
$20.99 $9.99
Schrödinger's Cat Babydoll
"Twisted up in Schrödinger's uncertainty thought experiment, this historical kitty has been put through a quantum ringer that nobody should have to experience. After all it's tough work being both alive and dead simultaneously. Every student of physics knows that Schrödinger's 1935 paper regarding a hypothetical paradox involving a cat has perplexed and annoyed physics geeks for years. The basic idea; If the outcome of a circumstance is presently unknown and by observing the circumstance you will disrupt it, then it exists in all possible states simultaneously... Simple! At least to quantum physicists with massive craniums. And hey eventually this principle will seem commonplace, but by then our highways will connect galaxies and shirts like this will be so utterly obvious that they'll likely be dish rags. Don't get it? We propose the following thought experiment: Give your friend enough money to purchase the ""Schrödinger's Cat"" shirt (don't forget the shipping). Tell your friend to take the money and lock himself in a room with a cigarette lighter. Let your friend know that once in the room he is to randomly choose either to burn the money, or return in five minutes with the money intact. We emphasize that this must be completely random (aka, impossible for a human to determine but bear with us). Your friend must then stay in this box for eternity. Hey, that's how thought experiments work. Hopefully he/she is OK with that. Since you have no idea whether your friend will destroy the money, you will simultaneously either lose or recover that money. So in a quantum sense, if you extend that logic, you will simultaneously either be able to purchase or not purchase this very t-shirt which enabled you to make the choice in the first place. Isn't physics fun? Perhaps when it was based on Newton, but now things are getting really hairy. Just wait another 100 years, we haven't seen anything yet.... Black, babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Stretchy and fitted, not baggy like the guys' stuff! Printed in white with ""Schrödinger's Cat is Dead"" on the front and ""Schrödinger's Cat is Not Dead"" on the back. Note: Don't want to have to explain this shirt to strangers? Fear no more! We now have free Schrödinger's Cat Pocket Cards to go with your shirt. They're perfect to print out and keep in your wallet so you can hand them out and make your escape while said strangers are busy reading."
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Fitted Ladies' Shirt of Ultimate Disambiguation - Black, S
$19.99
Fitted Ladies' Shirt of Ultimate Disambiguation - Black, S
No Plus No Equals No" - TMBG, "No!" We offer this shirt of ultimate disambiguation for your confused friends and colleagues. It's truly versatile. Works in a wide variety of situations. While you're there, I was wondering if you'd get me...? No. Could do me a favor and fix my comp...? No. Dear Sir/Madam, I am sorry I have to contact you in this manner. I am the son of the former President of.... No. See what we mean? You don't even have to respond. Your shirt does it for you..
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Keep Calm and Don't Blink Fitted Ladies' Tee - Royal Blue, M
$19.99
Keep Calm and Don't Blink Fitted Ladies' Tee - Royal Blue, M
We love us some good contingency planning. And Britain has that in spades. When everything goes all pear-shaped, there's a plan for that. Nazis taking over? Yep. We got the poster. London overrun by Weeping Angels? You bet. Get your caffeine and cartoon toothpicks right here. Keep Calm and Don't Blink and a little TARDIS printed in white on a blue, babydoll (fitted) shirt. Listed in juniors sizes. Size Chart S M L XL XXL Chest 33 in. 35 in. 37 in. 39 in. 41 in. Length 25 in. 26 in. 27 in. 28 in...
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$20.99
"Define ""Interesting"" Babydoll"
"Life is interesting. And by interesting, we mean surprising, unexpected, absorbing, engrossing, fascinating, gripping, riveting, entertaining, amusing, diverting, intriguing, and yes, even interesting like trying to land your gorramn ship without a primary buffer panel. Some other great uses for the word interesting: Curse: ""May you live in interesting times."" (Translation: ""We really hope the fates slap you upside the head like you deserve."") Not-A-Lie: ""That's an interesting hair color."" (Translation: ""Did you dip your head in sewage?"") Not-An-HR-Nightmare: ""What an interesting dress!"" (Translation: ""Where's the rest of it?"") Impending Disaster: ""It's certainly an interesting problem."" (Translation: ""We have no clue how to fix it."") Wash's definition of ""Interesting"" in white on a black, babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Note: These are sized differently than our standard babydolls. Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL 2X Chest 33 in. 35 in. 37 in. 39 in. 41 in. Front Length 25 in. 26 in. 27 in. 28 in. 29 in."
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We're All Mad Here Babydoll
$21.99 $14.99
We're All Mad Here Babydoll
"Destination: Tea Party Calculating route. Turn left. Travel 200 meters. Arrive at waypoint, Cheshire Cat, on right. Recalculating route. Continue another 100 meters. Take exit on left toward March Hare's house. You have arrived at your destination, a large arm-chair at one end of a table set out under a tree in front of the house. Tenniel's engraving of Alice peering up at the disappearing Cheshire Cat printed in yellow, black, and a very Alice blue with the words ""We're all mad here."" on a purple babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. Also, you want to tumble dry this on LOW. Hot will make it shrink. S M L XL Chest 30 in. 32 in. 34 in. 36 in. Front Length 24 in. 25 in. 26 in. 27 in."
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Book Was Better, The Babydoll
$14.99 $9.99
Book Was Better, The Babydoll
Our customers are thorough. Y'all are the sorts of people who will read the book, see the movie, and heatedly debate the merits of the two against each other. And, let's be honest, words rock. The book generally wins. Your own personal imagination trumps Michael Bay's any day. (Also, it generally involves fewer gratuitous explosions.) Using our highly scientific method of Google search results returned, we are relieved to see that the Internet agrees with us. We were a little concerned at first: search terms: movie was better = 2,210,000,000 results search terms: book was better = 2,040,000,000 results Oh wait. We're probably picking up references like "this movie was better than the last one." Let's refine that a little. search terms: "movie was better" + book = 754,000 results search terms: "book was better" + movie = 1,160,000 results That's more like it. We mentioned this was highly scientific, right? And by that we mean we used a Bunsen burner. Because it was there. This shirt is graced with the simple statement "The book was better." White ink on a black, babydoll (fitted) shirt.
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Kill You With My Brain Fitted Ladies' Tee - Black, M
$19.99
Kill You With My Brain Fitted Ladies' Tee - Black, M
The statement on this shirt is great. It's not just a reference to one of our favorite pop culture phenomena, because ... think about it. You probably could kill people with your brain. Have a psionic character in an RPG? Ding. Know how to mix acids and bases? Ding. Use dangerous skills learned on MythBusters for fun and profit? Ding. There are so many opportunities to use your mind as a dangerous weapon we're surprised you don't have to have it registered...
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