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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby ^rooker » Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:37 pm

GNU-DDEL mich!
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby ^rooker » Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:48 pm

I Think, Therefore I Communicate

Source: Title of an article on wired.com about brain-computer-interfaces (BCI)
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby gilthanaz » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:46 pm

"I'am not an idiot, iam a special edition"

and

"
'People believe every quote on the internet, if a prominent name is behind it'
- Abraham Lincoln
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How to use the F-word

Postby ^rooker » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:11 pm

I bought a T-shirt about 20 years ago, and now it's time to say goodbye (because it's literally falling apart).

In order to keep its spirit alive (and avoid these words getting lost), here's a copy of the words printed on it.
It was titled "how to use the f-word":

1. Dismay - Oh! Fuck it.
2. Aggression - Fuck you!
3. Passive - Fuck me.
4. Command - Go fuck yourself!
5. Incompetence - He's a fuck-up.
6. Laziness - He's a fuck-off.
7. Ignorance - He's a fucking jerk.
8. Trouble - I guess I'm fucked now.
9. Confusion - What the fuck?
10. Despair - Fucked again...
11. Philosophical - Who gives a fuck?
12. Denial - You ain't fucking me.
13. Rebellion - Fuck the world!
14. Annoyance - Don't fuck with me.
15. Encouragement - Keep on fucking.
16. Etiquette - Pass the fucking salt.
17. Fraud - I got fucked by my insurance agent.
18. Difficulty - I can't understand this fucking thing.
19. Identification - Who the fuck are you?
20. Ugliness - You're a dumb looking fuck.
21. Agreement - You're fucking-ay right.
22. Benevolence - Don't do me any fucking favors!
23. Wisdom - Fuck that shit!
24. Insight - You're out of your fucking mind.


Here are links to other archived version of this great t-shirt text:

May it never be forgotten... ;)
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A nice, romantic one...

Postby ^rooker » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:19 pm

If you could see yourself just for a day, you'd see how everyone else sees you. And my god, you are fucking beautiful.

Source: "wroteaquote" on tumblr
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby ^rooker » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:55 pm

If you're not confused, you're not paying attention.

Source: Tom Horsley's "FFmpeg an me" page
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby gilthanaz » Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:30 pm

"The only small thing on me is my comfort zone"
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby ^rooker » Thu Dec 26, 2013 8:01 pm

Stumbled over this:
I was NOT promised an oppressive cyberpunk dystopia. What About The Flying Cars?!

Source: Gert Schepens Blog
Based on: Kyle Marquis (@Moochava) Twitter post - July 10th, 2013
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Random braindump.

Postby ^rooker » Fri Feb 07, 2014 1:00 am

This always comes to my mind when rolling a cigarette, but took to much tobacco:
You actually need less of it than you think.

or:
You actually needed less of it than you thought.

Actually, saying this to someone out of context can lead to very interesting associations.
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby gilthanaz » Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:59 pm

"Suicide is a illegal..
... because it is a crime to destroy government property".
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby ^rooker » Wed May 08, 2019 4:04 am

Zitat des Ankündigungstext der deutschen Piratenpartei zur Umstellung von Etherpad auf CryptPad:
Kein Backup, kein Mitleid ...

(2019-05-06)
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Paradeiser ausgeizen

Postby ^rooker » Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:05 pm

(aus)geizen ist geil!


...mit einem Comicbildchen einer kleinen Paradeispflanze dazu :)
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So true...

Postby ^rooker » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:51 pm

"A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Sailor"


Source: http://blog.ervits.com/2015/11/virtualb ... vm-in.html
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Re: Stuff to print on T-Shirts

Postby peter_b » Thu Aug 01, 2019 3:09 pm

With Love(tm)
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New design brand label: "Sicherheitshalber"

Postby ^rooker » Fri Apr 10, 2020 3:53 pm

IDEA:
First: Only one word: "sicherheitshalber." printed on T-shirts, pullovers, etc: Different colors, different styles, different fonts - but the same word.
The "." (dot) at the end is important ;)
In today's times, this word unfortunately seems to be used (and accepted?) a "proper" answer to literally any "why x?" question.

Second: Once that term+idea is familiar, it may be fun to add more text. May produce interesting associations. From highly political to humoristic - even for both ends of extreme opinions on topics.
Examples:
  • "Konsum über Verfassungsrechte stellen? Sicherheitshalber."
  • "Gemüse essen? Sicherheitshalber."
  • "Schokolade? Sicherheitshalber."
  • "Polizeistaat? Sicherheitshalber."

Here's an example how it works for opposite ends:
  • "Datenschutz? Sicherheitshalber."
  • "Handyüberwachung? Sicherheitshalber."

Haven't found an English translation yet that matches my feeling and intention of the German word "sicherheitshalber", but here are some options:

  • as a precaution
  • for good measure
  • just in case
  • preventively
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