Woo Hoo… Someone bought my t-shirt

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Woo Hoo… The very first one digital life t-shirt was sold yesterday (besides the one I bought that is). Someone right here in San Francisco bought it (a long sleeve). I can’t say Thank You by name, because the t-shirt company only gives me a zip code.

To the mystery shopper out there… Thank You! You made my day. I hope you enjoy the shirt. Wear it around town, and if I see you… I’ll run up to you and say, hey… that’s my t-shirt. Or, if you’re feeling especially adventurous, take a picture of yourself wearing the shirt (and pants), and email it to me at leisuremonkey [at] onedigitallife [dot] com. I’ll post it on the site for all the world to see.

The more I think about this, the more I like the idea of opening this offer up to everyone. So… just buy a shirt, and send me a picture. I’ll post it on this site… and you’ll be famous. :)


UPDATE: We have a name…Rasputin Doublejack wrote in and let me know that he was the one, here in San Francisco, who bought the first shirt. Very cool! Thanks Rasputin… maybe I’ll see you walking around town one day. Oh, and that offer still stands about sending a picture. :)

5 thoughts on “Woo Hoo… Someone bought my t-shirt”

  1. Hey Laurence,

    Ask, and you shall receive… actually, don’t feel obligated to buy a shirt now, but they do offer an XXXL. I just added it to the shop :)

  2. Hey, you’re talking about me — I was the first? Neat.

    I love the simple design, I needed a new long-sleeve, and I’ve been wanting to check spreadshirt’s quality. So, unless it sucks, win/win/win. =)

  3. Laurence – Sorry, they don’t offer a 4X, but I have a 3X in the shop… it’s listed as it’s own shirt, in both black and white (look further down the page for it). I’m not sure why they do it that way, it’s kind of odd.

    Rasputin – Cool! I’m glad you like the design, and I hope you like the shirt. I think you’ll be really happy with the quality. I’ve been very happy with Spreadshirt. I haven’t tried their digital printing yet, but I’ve tried both options for plot printing (flex & flock), and I’ve been happy with both. Enjoy the shirt :)

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