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22 February 2007

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Jeremy

lol

Andrew Karre

Lovely! It's just perfect for that special children's book author in your life looking for something to lounge around in while he's trying to come up with a way to sneak the word "labia" into his next picture book.

Lauren

Interesting. I always "direct to junk" my scrotal emails.

Emma

That shirt rocks! How can I get one?!?!

Leila

If your size isn't currently at my Etsy shop (click any of the pictures of the tees -- also on sidebar), just email me (leila_roy AT hotmail DOT com) your t-shirt size. It will help me a whole lot if you put the slogan in the subject heading when you email me. Thanks!

Lady S

Your t-shirts rock my world! I don't know if I could come up with such great slogans. I would love this shirt, but I don't think it would fly in my K-6 elementary school. I can't wait to read the book, though.

mallory

oh my god, can I buy a "trust snape" shirt? I would love one.

oz

over in Australia, if ever we have a call for censorship (which is rare!), it's usually some pompous parent; librarians are all for free speech.

jammabyoi

can i get a medium size in that shirt

wholesale clothing

Oh! what a shirt design. love it.


-mikee

Makalah

Alaazkaam-information found, problem solved, thanks!

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