T Shirts - are these any good guys?

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T Shirts - are these any good guys?

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http://www.wigantshirtemporium.co.uk/TH ... GLERS.html

Came across this.
Anyone know if these T Shirts are any good?
Any comments?
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Trouble is, because the designs are exact copies of the sleeves, it must look like you are walking round with an album slung round your neck.
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Looks bloody awful - If that's what you're after - save yourself the money and go here http://www.vistaprint.co.uk/t-shirts.as ... nav=TopNav


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Almost as poor as the vast majority of the official ones they've put out over the last few years
Shove it up yer bollocks then!
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Personally, if I wanted a one off T-Shirt I'd buy some of that iron on/printable material and make my own.
But I wouldn't expect it to last more than one or two spins in the washing machine.
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fourth horseman wrote:Almost as poor as the vast majority of the official ones they've put out over the last few years
That bad?
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That looks dire!!!
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ThruBeingCool wrote:
fourth horseman wrote:Almost as poor as the vast majority of the official ones they've put out over the last few years
That bad?
Maybe a bit harsh
Shove it up yer bollocks then!
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Not than keen on the NMH t shirt.
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The Stranglers T-shirts about 5 years ago used to be really good quality :ie "Fruit Of the Loom".I recently found "The Men covered In Birdshit" T-Shirt hanging around,great quality as It's fruit of the Loom and great design.
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Have done a few through these guys
Most recently this one:
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Not bad for £15 delivered.
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