I own quite a lot of T-Shirts. Probably far too many. But let's face it... after 13 years of wearing a school uniform, it's nice to be able to wear something else, isn't it? And since I wear blue denim jeans almost 100% of the time, T-Shirts are probably the only way I have of expressing any sort of individual clothing style. I got a bit of a name for myself as having a wide and varied T-Shirt collection. In the past only the people that actually knew me got to see my fabulous collection. But not any longer. Thanks to 5Mb of free Web Space that I got with this account, I can now share my T-Shirts with the world. <grin> *
So here are just a couple of the designs that I have. (I stole a lot of the graphics from Remo's Web Site, the shop where I bought them from.)
|This design should be instantly recognisable to all Dr Seuss fans out there. It is, of course, taken from that finest of literary works, "Green Eggs and Ham". Now, a few of you may be asking, "Where's the ham?". Well, originally, this T-Shirt only came with the green egss on the front. For many years I thought this a grave oversight. Obviously I wasn't the only one, because Remo re-released the T-Shirt, but this time with the ham on the back.|
|Another Remo design. This T-Shirt is called "Communications Man". I don't know why... I didn't name it. But it's a cute design, so who cares, right?|
"Imagination is more important than knowledge"
|A good T-Shirt to wear to exams. Thanks to Albert for the quote, and Remo for the T-Shirt.|
|Remo again. The writing is really in white on the T-Shirt, on a white background. People might argue with both adjectives when applied to me. I'd challenge them to an arm wrestle on the former, but would probably have to concede the latter.|
|The front design is on the left, the back design on the right. I think the whole mind game involved in just the front of the T-Shirt is good enough, but the back design is nicely cerebral also. Yep, it's a Remo.|| |
|The last Remo design I have that I can show you. When I was younger, some TV channels didn't broadcast 24 hour a day, and this was the "Test Pattern" that they screened usually a bit prior and a bit after transmissions for the day. I'm sure there are younger people out there who have never seen it and wonder what the hell it is.|
|"The Kramer" - "He's a loathsome offensive brute, yet I can't look away" |
Seinfeld is an excellent TV show. One of the few American shows worth watching, at least most of the time. Pity Jerry was so *@%! expensive when he toured recently.
|This is my T.I.S.M. T-Shirt, known as their "Machiavelli and the Four Seasons" T-Shirt, due to the fact that all the words on it are song lyrics from that album. |
(That's not me in the photos, by the way.)
That's it, so far. I've got to work out a way to get more images into the computer. Placing the T-Shirt on the scanner probably isn't all that feasible. (I will give it a try though.) Maybe I can scum a digital camera off someone and even model them for you. (E-mail me with your pleadings for me not to.)
* Thanks for the inspiration to create the page must go to Graham Freeman, a.k.a.. Graham The Happy Scum. Graham and I went to Uni together for a couple of years, and imagine my surprise when I found that he had tracked down my Web Site, created a link to it on his home page, and even expressed his wonder at my T-Shirt collection on the link's description. Well, I couldn't have people following his link and then not finding any T-Shirts, could I?