Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Don’t you just hate it when you’ve pulled on your T-shirt only to find out it’s on backwards?
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This top, the +shirt, can be donned in any direction. Formed like the plus sign, it has no front or back, no up or down, but four identical “sleeves” to be used for the neck, arms and torso. The elastic fabric (stretch cotton or microfiber) means it conforms to any part of the upper body, making you look good, coming or going.

Now, when you dress in the morning, your sleepy head only has to concentrate on the orientation of your pants.

FarmerJohn, Aug 02 2003

(?) sketch of +shirt with short "sleeves" http://www.geocitie...nnie/plusshirt.html
[FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

(?) goth teletubby http://moniplex.com...main.php?picture=46
[FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       It makes it hard for anything to be printed on the t-shirt, unless it's some random, meaningless design. Still, I love the idea. It could be used to make halfbakery t-shirts with a croissant pattern printed on both sides of the fabric.
Pericles, Aug 02 2003

       like your plus shirt. started me wondering if you could teach arithmetic with fashion. I didn't get very far though.
po, Aug 02 2003

       I think the woman in the illustration has the shirt on inside-out. ; )
k_sra, Aug 02 2003

       its gothic. goth does it for me.   

       sussed out Farmer, any excuse to draw a pretty woman with big assets and similar smile. deny it FJ.
po, Aug 02 2003

       draw or pull [po] ;-)
(used to do gothic & 'very' metal!)
gnomethang, Aug 02 2003

       you interest me, gnome <wink>
po, Aug 02 2003

       Hey, I draw guys and bikes and chairs, too...sometimes.
FarmerJohn, Aug 02 2003

       If wearing clothes was that easy then I guess everyone would do it. +
sartep, Aug 02 2003

       Pericles, you could print a "+" on it.   

       Or a swastika, if "+" is too meaningless for you.
beauxeault, Aug 07 2003

Worldgineer, Nov 05 2004

       btw, where's [beauxeault] ?
Pericles, Nov 05 2004

       Very good.   

       Your email is "farmerjohnnie"?
DesertFox, Nov 06 2004

       Big +   

       By the way, what is it with the [FJ] churnage all of a sudden, are we having a nostalgia week or have I missed something?
zen_tom, Nov 06 2004

       His abrupt departure, over creative differences with the bakesperson, are what has rekindled his ideas, renewed our respect for his body of work, and reminded me of why I used to enjoy hanging out here.
blissmiss, Nov 06 2004

       [DesertFox] look at the 4th line from the bottom of [FarmerJohn]'s profile page for his email. and thanks.
dentworth, Nov 06 2004

       I was about to re-halfbake this excellent idea, but I did the right thing and searched first. [+]
Spacecoyote, Jan 19 2009

       That happens a lot with clothes ideas. [FJ] has thought of most of them.
wagster, Jan 19 2009


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