That story is unbelievable! Butternut squashes on a fruit cart? Butternut squashes are vegetables.

I know this is supposed to be about a game of Peekaboo, but… when I first looked at this design, it immediately reminded me of one of my uncle’s poems. In it, when he was referring to his childhood, he wrote;

“My guardian angel wept constantly.”

(He’s a published poet named Paul Zimmer if anyone feels like looking him up.)

Edit: Here’s a link to the poem itself; which is called “Zimmer in Grade School.”

Don’t blink. Blink and you’re dead. They are fast. Faster than you can believe. Don’t turn your back. Don’t look away. And don’t blink. Good Luck!

Is Blink our favorite Nu-Who episode? I think it might be official now.

Sweet design. The construction is really good and it’s in a casual looking style that’s exactly what works on a t-shirt.


By the way, interesting poetry.

Hey Shirt Woot! Thanks for the print!

I just wanted to dedicate this design to my husband whose favorite Doctor is David Tennant. He absolutely loves Tennant. A lot. I should probably be concerned…

I’m glad that you managed to find him. :slight_smile:

I posted that in the wee hours last night. Now (at 9am, where I live) I just tried googling “Paul Zimmer” myself, and got some wacky results. So I decided I’d better post a link to the poem itself, which is called “Zimmer in Grade School.”

In addition to the poem, there is a short biography also. Here is the link, in case anyone else is interested.

Guess Who?
Who’s there?
Peek ab Who!

We are not amused.

Though it’s actually more like red light/green light.

Now someone needs to make a TARDIS high chair a reality

my girlfriend’s daughter ended up watching “don’t blink” she was afraid of peek-a-boo for months