Have you ever done something that you completly forgotten about only to see it on the web years later? I guess the whole current generation of noobs will know what I mean when they are sitting in their job interview, and the interviewer asks them about that YouTube video…

If you ever go to a gaming convention you will notice all of the ironic t-shirts everyone wears. For example, the overweight guy wearing a small Supperman t-shirt. Each year more and more t-shirt vendors invade the exhibit hall at Gen Con.

If you know me, you know that I just had to create a bunch of sarcastic, novelty shirts. I just can’t not do it. So in 2006 I made up a bunch of shirts. I sold a few, mostly it was a waste of time. A few survived and I gave them out to my friends for Gen Con 2006. One in particular was a shirt for The Dungeoneering Dad that read, “My other shirt is a v-neck”. Looks like TDD gave it away…

Today, I find that exact shirt on a website called “toomanytshirts.com” – a site where “a random dude from Pittsburgh” wears and photographs a different t-shirt every day.

It's In Here Somewhere...

That was a pleasant surprise to see the old shirt still making its rounds with my trademark bar code on the sleeve. I completely forgot about the two weeks I was “T-shirt Hans”.

PS.

Here are some of my other more popular (less popular) t-shirt slogans:

  • Rage Against the Washing Machine
  • Got Rhetorical Questions?
  • I believe in God and Aliens
  • 3 out of 5 dentists agree 60% of the time
  • Community Chest
  • I hate Slogans
  • WWW.JD
  • Political Statement
  • I am case-Sensitive
  • I’m the man from Nantucket
  • Ask me about today’s specials
  • I hate scallions
  • My favorite font is Ironic Sans