Illiterate Rainbow


#1

#2

I’d post the reading rainbow link, but I just did that like two days ago…


#3

LeVar Burton would beg to differ.


#4

Err… this really needs some green at least, if not orange and purple…


#5

OH YEAH! i’m getting mine…


#6

I find in my day to day life that 7 out of 10 people are also illiterate. That kinda makes this shirt less sad.

Also I was more of a fan of the Reading Rainbow designs that had the braille that spelled out Reading in the shape and colors of a rainbow.


#7

Suddenly, Levar Burton seems like a jerk, what with all his shameless flaunting of rainbows that couldn’t read.


#8

Is the Rainbow reading Failblog.org?


#9

Y’know, the concept of a sad rainbow had never really crossed my mind before this shirt.


#10

Don’t take my word for it.


#11

Technically, the light that forms rainbows is refracted before being reflected.

Yes, I am that guy (well girl actually) mentioned in the write-up.


#12

There are rainbows that are literate? That’s a scary thought.


#13

I hate to be a nit-picker…but wouldn’t it be “R-Y-B”? Just sayin…


#14

prove it…


#15

Roy G. Biv would be disappointed in that rainbow’s colors.


#16

The remaining one read a book on how to operate firearms, then subsequently took out a leprechaun for his pot of gold.


#17

Lol that poor rainbow. Sometimes at night it sits back and stares at the book it borrowed from McCrabby the leprechaun and imagines what might have been.


#18

9 out of 8 people are bad at math, so I guess it balances out. I think this shirt is brilliant, although I do have a rule against getting shirts with rainbows on them. Congrats on getting printed though, very clever!


#19

What do you think rainbows read? My money is on Cosmo.


#20

Wasn’t there a hyperintelligent shade of blue in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy?

The Hooloovoo.