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Tuesday, March 08, 2005 :::

Year of the T-Shirt

This year people are getting some homemade T-shirts from dan for their birthdays. For instance, my sister got this one in January:

It's my face, dead center on her chest. Who wouldn't want that? And Cherry Nut got this personalized motivational T-shirt for her birthday last week, so that she can gain that extra edge while pursuing her half-a-marathon dreams:

Man I could quit my job and do this full time, I'm so good at it.

::: posted by dan at 9:15 PM :: [ link ] :: (10) comments Social Bookmark Button

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I wear that T shirt everywhere and now I am no longer invisible.

You could totally go into custom T-shirt business. You should sell PlanetDan T's.

BTW, the niece and nephews still wanted oompa loompa T's.

By Blogger Colleen, at 9:49 PM  

I would totally buy a Dan t-shirt.

By Blogger Tsering324, at 11:25 AM  

Everybody's going to be so jealous! With good reason. I love my new t-shirt!

You can look for it when I cross that finish line at mile 13.1.

Cherry Nut

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:21 PM  

Dan, you don't know me, but I've been reading your blog ever since someone forwarded me the high school yearbook pics link. I love your posts, and your friends' comment, too! Please make a Planet Dan t-shirt; I would wear it every day. Actually, I would buy 2 and switch off, so that I could wear one every day, but end up smelling funny.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:55 PM  

wait. go back- I would buy two to avoid smelling funny. Even though I'm anonymous, I needed to correct that thought.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:57 PM  

I want one that says:
"I blog on and all I get is this T-shirt...and mono."

By Blogger stapler, at 7:08 PM  

Dan, Love the Dan Face Shirt(tm).

Would you share how you did it? I've used the iron on transfer stuff that you can print on your printer and a) it usually looks really cheezy and shiny, b) you can't do any white like you have done on the edges, and c) it falls apart after the first wash. I'd love to make some nifty shirts for friends that didn't suffer from these shortcomings.

I promise I won't become your nemesis by starting a rival t-shirt making business if you share how you did it. You're safe from me.

By Blogger tcarole, at 4:49 PM  

No wonder you're single, Dan.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:41 PM  

Unfortunately I just use those silly iron-on ink-jet printer paper transfer things, too, but I get the ones that are made for colored shirts, which means they come on white transfer paper. Apparently they last longer than the clear ones, but I would still advise my T-shirt recipients to avoid drying them on high heat. In fact, I might advise you avoid washing them altogether.

By Blogger dan, at 12:07 AM  

Thanks for the advice Dan. I didn't realize they made those. Way cooler than the transparent ones.

My best friend recently had a t-shirt made for me by taking it to a place where they do embroidery which lends it an air of "class." Especially since it says,

(Please speak slowly.)

I love it.

By Blogger tcarole, at 12:33 PM  

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