Fellow blogger from complainaway
took a photo of this tee-shirt in a head shop, and the store owner came running out to protest. Was he embarrassed because GOD IS COMING, but this shirt is not worthy of His greatness, because it uses a lowercase L improperly? This kind of ungodly error is what happens when you try to lOOK BUSY, but really aren't.
Do you know how many people my husband has mentioned your blog to?
He feels your pain.
To have been made it onto a T-shirt this one must have passed under a dozen pairs of eyes from drawing board to whatever machine they use to put stuff on T-shirts. None of them wanted to point this one out? It's especially offensive when done in block capitals like that.
Side note: Does anyone ever buy these T-shirts? I see them being sold at farmer's markets but never do I see anyone wear them.
I think this phenomenon is spreading.
Do you mind if I put a link on my page to your page?
Hey, there's not only written "lOOK BUSY", but even "l00K BUSY" (with zeroes), as in 1337speak. Oh, I'd burn it! (However, I'm satanic anyway ;-))
From the drawing board to the T-shirt printing machine, this design had to pass through a dozen pairs of eyes before it was approved for printing on a T-shirt. They were all hesitant to bring it up. It's very offensive when written in block capitals like that. I always use this business management homework help service for my assignments because it is so reasonably priced. Check the aforementioned service for further information.
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