Halfbakery: Merchandise: Clothing
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I want a half bakery tee-shirt that says [marked for deletion] on the front. With maybe a fishbone on the back. That would be cool, and pretty lo-fi.
-- Zircon, Mar 25 2002

Another lame attempt http://www.geocitie...cheese/yinyang.html
Well, two lame attempts, actually. [mighty_cheese, Jul 10 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Make it here http://www.spreadshirt.com/
Upload any design and get it back on the t-shirt of your choice. [wagster, Sep 04 2005]

Or here. http://www.cafepress.com/
Est. 1999 [jutta, Sep 04 2005]

Yes, personally m-f-d...aren't we all, sooner or later?
-- Dog Ed, Mar 25 2002

m-f-d hats, fishbone ties, 1/2 croissant slippers (shaped with the pointy end up, of course)...
-- thumbwax, Mar 25 2002

Cufflinks, one with a half-fishbone the other with a half-croissant.
-- st3f, Mar 25 2002

[M-F-E] might be better, unless you're terminal.
-- phoenix, Mar 25 2002

Earrings, á la st3f's cufflinks: one is a dangly fishbone, the other a dangly croissant. Go good with the tee-shirt; a halfbakery ensemble.
-- bristolz, Mar 27 2002

No logo... just a plain white t-shirt with [m-f-e] in the hb font (just the letters and symbols, not the words).

It would confuse people and not much else...
-- RobertKidney, Mar 27 2002

A maternity tee shirt with the word "halfbaked" at the tummy.
-- beauxeault, Mar 27 2002

I baked this idea yesterday care of cafepress.com. My [m-f-d] T-shirt should arrive in a few weeks, and I'll be sure to post pictures on IBD.
-- mighty_cheese, Jul 08 2002

Well I can't possibly allow myself to be less trendy than the mighty_cheese, so now I'm going to have to get one too. Oh the expense!
-- DrBob, Jul 08 2002

Just be sure to get Jutta's permission before you go designing any halfbakery merchandise. If it's for personal use she's unlikely to object.
-- mighty_cheese, Jul 08 2002

Good point.
-- DrBob, Jul 08 2002

does Zircon's m-f-d count as a real one? will give it a croissant p.d.q
-- po, Jul 08 2002

If you just have the words, there shouldn't be copyright problems, as it's not a trademark and jutta doesn't own the font. But using the logo would be more dodgy.
-- pottedstu, Jul 08 2002

I asked Jutta first just to be polite. She didn't mind.
-- mighty_cheese, Jul 09 2002

// How about a yin-yang symbol made from intertwined croissant and fishbone? //

Wow. What a great idea. Any artists in the HB wanna give this a go?
-- BigBrother, Jul 09 2002

I've got some clay laying around. I might have a crack at those cufflinks st3f mentioned, and a set as earrings for bris.
-- mighty_cheese, Jul 10 2002

I think [m a r k e d - f o r - e x p i r y] would be more appropriate.
-- AbsintheWithoutLeave, Sep 04 2005

This was before your time, AwoL, but one of the reasons that this thread lay dormant for so long is probably that mighty_cheese committed suicide shortly after posting. You can still see his picture in the "what's new" column, if you scroll back a bit. So, uhm. I'd go with the yin/yang motif.
[Nah, nobody's offended, and Miles would have laughed the hardest. Just wanted to fill you in on the context.]
-- jutta, Sep 04 2005

Oh sh1t. Sorry if the [m-f-e] gag offended anyone - I didn't know.
-- AbsintheWithoutLeave, Sep 04 2005

<sigh> I'd love to be able to buy one of his tee-shirts. I was so lucky to have received an hb ID card designed by him.

AWL, I'm glad you brought this back up - happy/poignant memories.
-- po, Sep 04 2005

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