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A $*#% fine shirt if ever I’ve seen one.
Where is this Curser’s mouth at? I believe he needs some soap!
In for seven. (I only do laundry once a week, and my computer crashes daily.)
pun.woot clicks again…
C’mon, Woot, is that kind of language really necessary? Kids read this site, you know.
This is such a terrible pun that it’s actually amusing.
Cursor is the wrong color. Needs to be solid black with a white outline. … At least to match the one on my screen. :-0
”’Specific talents’? No what in the bleepin’ bleep is that supposed to mutha-bleepin’ mean?”
Boo for typos.
All is forgiven.
What is this. I don’t even. This is genius. I love it. And am buying it.
What does “Pound percent dollar at exclamation” mean?
What do you suppose makes a Cursor curse?
Double-clicking too many times…
Trying to click things when OS security needs you to OK something…
When you throw/drop the mouse…
Anyone have anymore ideas that lead to cursor vulgarity?
Mine’s black with a white outline as well. YAY MAC!!
With such a creative description, to go with an surprisingly humorous shirt, I think we can give them a break.
Besides, that typo will be gone within an hour, and then you’ll look like a fool.
alas, I think I love it…
Do you suppose if the cursor was transformed into something cutesy (such as a kitty, butterfly, or fairy), the potty-mouth would go away?
Following that thought, how profane do you suppose my flaming skull cursor is?
And while I’m being a nitpicky jerk, I should point out this entry from the Department of Redundancy Department:
“Roni Lagin can identify different brands of soap based solely on the taste alone.”
Solely or alone, not both.