T-Shirt Woot!

sore thumbs

Today Last Friday a version of Woot! launched specially for T-shirts, the idea is that every morning a new design is offered for sale in a limited quantity and when it’s sold out, it’s sold out.

Interestingly this design, called sore thumbs (which you can buy here) was designed by MJ who authors the compete-tee-tion blog that is dedicated to talking about t-shirt competitions. Man, people look at me like i’m crazy when i say I write about T-shirts, I can’t imagine the looks MJ gets.

Hat Tip to my Mad Finn Friend

7 Responses to “T-Shirt Woot!”

  1. Actually, that’s the second shirt.

    shirt.woot.com launched this past Friday, and the first design was a “commerative” one featuring their rocket ship logo.

  2. karl says:

    Thanks for the correction, i’ve had my sources killed and am currently interviewing for new ones :-)

  3. Mad Finn says:

    Oh, I see, my hard net surfing work is getting rewarded with calls to have me killed. I get it, I get it!

    No site tips for you, one year! – The Mad Soup Nazi

    Oh, and, btw, just to set the record straight…I didn’t tell you when the site launched, just that it had done so. Damn you T-Shirt nerd, putting words in my mouth!

  4. karl says:

    Damn, now I have to have my ninja assassins killed because they failed to kill my first source, damn. Where to find good help these days :-)

  5. mj00 says:

    Hey, thanks for posting about this! And yeah, people do indeed think it’s insane that I blog about something so specific.

    Anyway, here’s a Shirt.Woot fact that not a lot of people know yet: the day after a shirt is on sale, it becomes purchase-able from a new link, at a price of $15 a shirt- even for the shirts that sold out the night before. This is the link for Sore Thumbs: http://shirt.woot.com/Friends.aspx?k=3622

  6. karl says:

    Cool MJ, thanks, I’ve updated the links in the post for ya :-)

  7. Ben says:

    This is my latest design and I need help.
    I think it's good, but I need more votes, I'm trying to save for a tablet PC (for work) and this is my best option.
    Can you vote and spread the word?

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