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I'll pay you $7.99 NOT to wear any of these shirts in public.
While you sit there and work on obtaining your "quality post" award, I diligently work on the virtually unachievable "quantity post" award. Clearly, I set the bar just a little bit higher.
quality posts: 10
So I get 10 for about $20? Count me in. $2 for a work shirt sounds OK to me. Looks like about what wear to work everyday.
Listen to me now, or hear me say "I told you so" later.
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Wow, this is a terrible woot! I remember when I used to look forward to midnight. Le sad
Before free market economy, we eat potato each night for dinner. Now we have much money. We eat two potato each night for dinner. And on happy days, we eat salted pork from can.
quality posts: 20
Looks like they are similar in size to the Woot t-shirts. Just slight differences between the two.
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion. - Unknown
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Yes these are "polos" to the person who asked on page one of comments. Someone else answered and said Ralph Lauren owns "Polo" and insinuated other companies can't use the word polo in their sales of items (hence the term "sport shirt") but I just want to inform you that's wrong. These types of shirts can be considered "polos" because the BRAND Polo is completely different and refers to the sport of Polo for Ralph Lauren's merchandise.
Half the lies they tell about me aren't true.
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Oh, no, not a chance. Not after the last "we'll pick you an assortment of colors" offering. Forget it. Nice try, Woot.
"Permasuck, from Frobozz Electric! We don't make things that suck, we make things that suck, permanently!"
quality posts: 51
DebaCenter wrote:No pocket...no buy!
Bob Marley, is that you?
"Good shirts we had, good shirts we lost,
Along the way..."
We have met the enemy and he is us. -- Pogo