Heavy Metal


#1

#2

I’d have liked this better if it was “16 Tons” but them’s the breaks.


#3

He’s got the 80’s hair and everything. Rock on!


#4

Does this iron come with a spray setting for delicates?


#5

Buy a dozen plus four of these shirts, and what do you get?

THIS!


#6

I feel my role in the band is to be somewhere in the middle of that, kind of like lukewarm water. - Derek Smalls


#7

Has any one else noticed that essentialy, this dude’s butt is huge?


#8

This guy must be one of the pioneers of heavy metal, he’s put on a LOT of weight.


#9

I think it should have referenced the Periodic Tables’ heavy metals…


#10

Would have been an instant buy if it had said Hg or Os in place of “1 Ton”. As is, not so much.


#11

The problem with a guy like this is that most fuel efficient cars do not have the towing capabilities to take him on tour, so you’re stuck with a gas guzzler.


#12

Actually it should have been “11” tons instead of “1”. Everyone loves it when it goes to “11”!


#13

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#14

Yes, but the real question is this ton long or short? How heavy is this metal and will I have to pay extra for shipping if it exceeds the 2000 lb weight limit?


#15

The mailman is going to be hurting after carrying around this shirt on his delivery.


#16

ha! cute. Not only rocking the house, quaking the floor every time a solo (or stomp) comes along.


#17

I would’ve loved this shirt if it had referenced one of the heavy metals on the periodic table. Alas no. :frowning:


#18

I’m not a big fisherman, but the first thing that came to mind when seeing this design was a piece of seaweed on a giant sinker :slight_smile:


#19

Looking at João’s Portfolio, I can understand the Woot Daily Pickers wanting one of his designs, but why this one? Ugh.


#20

Is the “Danville” in the writeup a Phineas & Ferb reference… or have I just outed myself as a watcher of children’s cartoons to no purpose? (Though really, any children’s cartoon that references “Run Lola Run”…)