I saw I sold several shirts at my Cafepress store. I’ve wondered who bought them. Well, here’s one. With a guitar!
I got one. I wear it all the time. Gotta keep up my nerd cred. :)
Hey, I’m the original maker of the Help! My Dice Are Trying to Kill Me tshirt that I posted on cafepress on October 20, 2006 and then last posted it on youtube. Please take off the tshirt now or state that I am the maker. Thank You
@strokeme – Hehe, funny one. It’s not nice to pick on the delusional, though….
A gentlemen doesn’t ask about financies but I hope that including that you are doing well. No I haven’t bought a shirt so far, I’m a bit too far away for that :)
C’mon people stop picking on unfortunate events, no one wants that.
I would’ve bought one of the shirts, but white just isn’t my colour. hehe Any chance of black or maroon shirts popping up? :)
ye, I would love some other colored shirts
Congratulations! You’re rich!
Now you can afford to continue publishing DMotR! The world breathes a sigh of relief!
(appoligies to Elaine Benes for overuse of exclamation points.)
Damn! Am I the only one who DIDN’T know about this!? I’m so buying a T-shirt and wearing it to work. That’ll rile up the college president ;)
strokeme… cut it out.
Whoa! I was wondering why one day I ended up with nearly 1000 reads on that post!
Ooooo I’m so going to get a t-shirt and a mug. The mug will be useful when I’m not dm-ing, there’s just no way I’m using my dm mug when I’m not a dm.
Shamus, Just wondering if you will ever expand your merchandise options.
P.S. I look good in black.
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