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    t shirts
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
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  • (of an item for sale) Low in price; worth more than its cost
  • brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
  • Charging low prices
  • bum: of very poor quality; flimsy
  • relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"
  • (of prices or other charges) Low
    blank
  • keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning
  • (of a surface) not written or printed on; "blank pages"; "fill in the blank spaces"; "a clean page"; "wide white margins"
  • space: a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing; "he said the space is the most important character in the alphabet"
  • (of a surface or background) Unrelieved by decorative or other features; bare, empty, or plain
  • (of a document) With spaces left for a signature or details
  • Not written or printed on
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Mens Blank Male Mask(One Size-As Shown)
Mens Blank Male Mask(One Size-As Shown)
Talk about a complete white out! No one will have a clue to your identity when you wear one of our Blank Male masks. This mask is sized to fit most teens and adults, attaching with an elastic strap. This blank male mask also makes a great starting point for you to decorate it with anything you can think of! Makes a great activity for Halloween Parties!! This is the mask in high demand due to the group, "Jabbawockeez" wearing them on America's Best Dance Crew. Also comes in a female style.

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25 random(-ish) things
25 random(-ish) things
Tagged by Hilary and Tove! I think most people are tagged more than once already, but just in case, I'll tag some swedes. But if you're not, feel free to join in. 1. I've never been popular in any social group that I can remember. I've been popular with a few people in workplaces or school or so, but never within a group. I think people usually forget me as soon as I have left. Then again I always seem to sneak under the radar when it comes to not only the positive but also the negative. 2. I used to stick out and make a mark more when I was a teenager. Wearing odd clothes and make sure my opinions were heard. 3. In general I think my teens were probably one of the best times in my life, unlike pretty much everyone else. 4. I'm quite lazy and often lack the energy to get things done. Then again I sometimes have enough energy for five people for a long time and then get lots done. Never finished though. I always fall back into tired and lazy before I finish things. 5. I'm not very structured. 6. Then again, my records and CDs are usually sorted in alphabetical order and within each artist they are sorted by release date. Usually, because now most of them are packed in moving boxes, as I don't have any room for them... 7. ...because for the first time in my life I have a roomie. At the age of nearly 36. I used to live with my ex for quite a few years, but never had a regular roomie until 1? weeks ago... 8. ...which is a result of my new proactive aproach. Solving problems (in this case being so poor I have to borrow money every month to eat) instead of complaining. 9. On the subject of being poor, can I just say I rock being poor!! Haha. I don't say I don't hate it. But I've done it so often through the years (even if this has been one of the worst times) that I know I can deal with it. We never had a lot of money when I grew up - my mom was the expert of making no money at all last for a week with three kids, and I think I've learnt a lot from it. I haven't bought any clothes since last winter I think, and that was just some much needed stuff on sale and a couple of cheap H&M tops. I've barely been out for a drink all year. I've cut down on everything. 10. I now have 76,5 uni credits I didn't have a year ago. Most of them in Advertising & PR. 11. I'm about to write my thesis this term, with another girl in my class. We'll write about advertising and fashion shows. 12. During this and last terms extensive fashion advertising project it has become more and more evident how much I've lost my style. I've become just a jeans & t-shirt girl. I think I'll have to think it over and make more of an effort. 13. I am very much a big sister, always sorting things out for other people while my own life falls apart (or work... or studies). 14. I love the little insignificant details in life. I often focus a little too much on these instead of the noticing the big moves. I think the details and the boring everyday stuff is a brilliant way to get to know a person or a new city. 15. You got a new haircut or a new blouse? Sorry, I wouldn't notice. And if I did, I'd forget to mention it. There you go. It's not on purpose, I promise. 16. I could happily live off licorice if it was at all posible. 17. I state the obvious. All the time. People must think I believe they are total idiots. I don't. I'm just so used to having to explain things to people around me, it sometimes goes a little too far. 18. And on that note, I've always been convinced I'm a little smarter than most people. I'm sorry. I know you're not allowed to think so, but fuck that! Haha. 19. I even remember the first time I realized people could be a little stupid. I was five. I was at the hospital, in pretty bad shape from a flu and a nurse tried to make me drink tea through a straw. I hated tea. And I was pretty sure it wouldn't taste better through a straw. And I couldn't believe she didn't know that, when all other adults always kept reminding you "things don't taste any better through a straw!". Silly nurse! 20. My friends have been replaced almost entirely in the last 6-7 years. It's been hard, but very much needed. I'm getting better at cutting off relationships that are more of a weight than a joy (not just for a short period, that's what you have friends for, but for a longer, more permanent period). 21. This list took me so much time I even had a dinner break for number 21 ;) 22. Dinner was had, watching some old Top Gear episode. My new favorite tv-show. And I don't even have a driver's license. 23. I am trying hard to improve my life. I've been stuck in a pretty boring situation for years and years now, and while it doesn't feel much better yet, at least I'm making progress - hopefully this is the hard bit before it gets better (studying, being broke and anti-social etc). 24. I'm very grateful for all the lovely people I've met in the last four years through Blythe forums and Flickr. I never would have guesse
Strongman and my first reel of film
Strongman and my first reel of film
I just love this photo. This is me at the age of 10 and a half in the summer of 1977. This photo was taken from the first reel of film I ever took. I spent the happiest days of my childhood spending long summer holidays with my Gran in Forfar (a little town near Dundee in Scotland). My Gran had given me a camera, she had got it free somehow, through some special offer or other, around 10 years previously. I still have it somewhere, it was sooo basic. It used 127 film (remember that) which took square photos. My Gran bought me a film and paid for the processing from Boots in Forfar East High Street. The film only had 12 exposures and I remember thinking long and hard before I pressed the button each time - this whole taking photos business seemed VERY expensive! I think about that these days when I continually click away with my digital cameras, what a contrast. This is the only photo of the 12 exposures that I didn't take myself. My Gran took this one, at the bottom of the Boyle park in Forfar - oddly enough she would move to sheltered housing a few minutes walk from here around 11 years later. The T shirt is my "Strongman" T shirt. I would wear it to Physical Education at school - particularly the year previously, when we lived in Inverness. I think there was a certain irony involved in the purchase of this t shirt - I'm now blanking on who bought me it, but it seems to fit with my mother's sense of humour. I was always a complete disaster at PE and games at school and a strongman - I never was going to be.I remember having great laughs with my friends at school in Inverness with this T shirt. When I had finished taking all of my 12 exposures of my first reel of film, and got them back from Forfar Boots, I remember being too excited to see them, opening them all on the bus, and dropping the lot on the floor. In those days people could smoke on the buses, and they'd use the floor as an ash tray, so all the photos got covered in fag ash - yuk. I lost all my pre 1985 photos in 1985. I took my photo albums to my first student flat and left them there and never remembered to get them back. Fortunately I kept the negatives and, after a long search to find a negative scanner that could handle 127 negatives (most negative scanners have slots that are molded to handle 35mm only), I spent many happy hours in early 2002 seeing pictures that I hadn't seen since 1985 slowly emerge on the computer screen. I think I scanned the first reel of film I ever took first, it seemed kind of fitting. I was pretty surprised that the quality seemed so good. As well as the negatives surviving well for 25 years, the photos this funny little cheap 127 camera took were really quite good. My Gran thought you should only use the camera in the Sun, so the photos give the impression that summer was very sunny. The subject matter is sometimes funny. As I had to think so much before I took a photo, as they were expensive, and I only had 12, why did I take so many photos of the front and back of my Grans house? Anyway this set of 12 photos is significant in so many ways. The birth of my interest in photography (I just noticed I have 9000 photos in my iPhoto), but most importantly, it's a little bit of time travel back to the golden days of my childhood, just before the horrors of High School, in 1978, and the onset of adolescence in 1980. These were the days of strawberry rolls with sugar on the top (the strawberries picked from my Grans own garden), coffee mornings with my Gran and her sisters, black and white TV and Jimmy Young on the radio. But the fondest memories are about spending summers with my favorite person - my Gran. Eleanor Allan Grieve, 1911 -1995, she's gone now, but lives on in my heart every day.

cheap blank t shirts
cheap blank t shirts
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