September 30, 2010

She asked me...



Nice.

17 comments:

  1. I'm sorry, you'll have to elaborate for me, I don't get this one. I mean, as far as I'm aware, working in a comic book shop means occasionally having to point out where specific comics are.

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  2. I'm more than happy to help anyone who comes into my store. However when someone is passively (in this case with a T-shirt) telling me to 'Go Fuck Myself' I can't help but not feel like it.

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  3. Yeah, I was confused as well. I didn't realize it was about her shirt. The first comics series I read (besides Donald Ducks as a child) was Sandman. After finishing them I wandered inside our local comics store for a while, helplessly out of place and lost.

    I'm not sure what my point was, but anyway, I like your site.

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  4. Surely you don't think that shirt was directed at you?

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  5. T-shirts by their very nature are directed at everybody who sees them.

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  6. Unless you wear a t-shirt that says "I don't mean YOU."

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  7. 'Unless you wear a t-shirt that says "I don't mean YOU."'

    If someone doesn't make a t-shirt that says that, it'll be a crime against nature.

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  8. well, at least she has/d good taste.

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  9. Why was that a problem for you?

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  10. This reminds me of the time someone asked if we were hiring while wearing a "I <3 Blowjobs" t-shirt.

    That he was asking me for a job while wearing a shirt about 'jobs was way too meta for me.

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  11. "However when someone is passively (in this case with a T-shirt) telling me to 'Go Fuck Myself' I can't help but not feel like it."

    This entire blog is passive-aggressive, just look at how you denominate your tags: "jerks", "creeps" and "crazies".

    Comedy gold by the way.

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  12. If you're taking people's t-shirts as personal insults, then you need professional help

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  13. As the proud owner of a "You knob jockey" T-shirt, I gotta confess: I wear that t-shirt to annoy people, so I totally accept the creators right to be offended by similar.

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  14. At least she has good taste.

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  15. When I first read this one I thought it was a dig at how Sandman is a relatively minor villain character in the Spider-Man series and would not be very likely to have his own comic series. Then I realized DC has a Sandman, too.

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  16. Ahahaha, what a pussy. "Oh no, an offensive shirt! This makes it hard for me to do my JOB."

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  17. Ahahaha, what a pussy. "Oh no, an offensive shirt! This makes it hard for me to do my JOB."

    Except it was more of a comment on the kind of person who wears a shirt that says 'Go Fuck Yourself'. You're _really_ missing the point on this one.

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