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Monday, December 6, 2010

This Friday, December 10th, is Wear & Share Star Wars day! As you guys probably already know, this is in honor of Star Wars Katie and her ├╝ber cool water bottle. So, break out your Star Wars t-shirts, backpacks, earrings, or what-have-you, and rock 'em with pride this Friday! Also don't forget to donate a Star Wars toys (or other geeky toy, if you'd prefer) to your local shelter, hospital, or Toys For Tots charity.

And to get you in the Star Wars mood, here's some stuff to make you grin.

First, some rockin' art sent in by Daya:

Yep. This rocks.

This was a Star Wars Fan Club exclusive by Hugh Fleming all the way back in 1998. Happily, you can still snag the poster for less than six bucks on Amazon, though, and I even spotted it on a few t-shirts on Ebay. So... I think I'm gonna have to buy one of those.

Another oldie but goodie: Steampunk R2D2

By DeviantArt user amoebabloke

Ah, but it gets even better: have you seen the updated version?

[drool] LOVE the improvements on R2's noggin'!


If you haven't seen the adorable Alphabet Star Wars prints by new parents Emma and Brandon Peat already this week, I'll just assume you've been living off grid in the wild somewhere. Still, for you campers, here 'tis:


Vader is my favorite. :) Click here to see the rest of the set.

Oh, and here's a time-sensitive deal: the Peats are offering a printed book of their entire alphabet set for $15 here - but you have to order it by midnight, tonight! So, you know, hurry up.


While I was researching the links for that set, I stumbled across another adorable Star Wars alphabet - this one done Chibi style:


D'awwww. See the whole set here on artist Joe Wight's DeviantArt gallery.



And finally, I have a little something to give away: a Star Wars Christmas t-shirt!


The give-away has ended. Winner announced below!




This is the Teefury design "Hothmas." I bought it last year, but it didn't fit. So, yes, you *could* see this as me just giving away my clothing cast-offs. Or you could see it as a generous act from a benevolent blogger just looking to make your Star Wars Christmas a little more Hothy. [grin]

The shirt is a girl's XL, but I discovered that Teefury shirts not only run small, they're also long and skinny (as you can see on the model, the printed design falls below the waist). So, if you're long and skinny and wear about a juniors' size L, this is the shirt for you! If you want it, leave a comment on this post by midnight tonight. I'll announce the winner here and on FB then, so be sure to check back.


Happy commenting, and MTFBWY!

UPDATE: And the winner is....Brilliantpants!! (I trust there's only *one* commenter out there with that name?) Congrats, and please e-mail me your mailing address, Brill.

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229 comments:

  1. I really want this shirt! Thanks for offering it!
    May the Force Be With You,
    Amaranthine

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  2. I suffered the same fate with a Beaker T-Shirt from Disney. Apparently my being a regular "Large" is Disney speak for MUTANT SIZE. Therefore I looked like a sausage in a Beaker shirt. Sadly, I had to return it! :(

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  3. Hoth is our favorite location from Star Wars! My hubby plays it on Star Wars Battlefront II over and over and over and over....

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  4. I'd love this shirt! We plan on always teaching our two boys that Han shot first!
    Helene

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  5. That shirt is adorable. And the alphabet makes me want to know (maybe not have) kids, to give it to them.

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  6. Ooooooooh! I really want that shirt! Pretty please?

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  7. The shirt looks totally awesome! I'd love to have it! :) I'm a huge Hoth fan!
    Kate Lee

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  8. That shirt is pretty awesome! Thank you for the giveaway (and all the ones you do)!

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  9. I would love to win that to give to my BFF! She is a Grade 2 teacher and I told her about Katie's Story and she has been using it in her classroom to teach about bullying and gender stereotypes, ect. She's also a big Star Wars fan.

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  10. Love this shirt and it would be the perfect size! I love cast-offs!

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  11. ooooh, I really want that shirt! my whole family loves star wars. My daughter too!!!

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  12. I LOVE that!! It would be the holiday version of my @-@ AT-AT shirt. :)

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  13. Oh, I'm so ordering the Star Wars alphabet book. Just on the off chance I ever have children. It'll have to go in the box with my Link hooded towels in the meantime.

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  14. This has GOT to be the COOOLEST thing I've ever seen!!! Merry Christmas!!

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  15. I soooooo wanted to have my star-wars shirt ready for friday BUT

    I don´t own one ...in all my shirt collecting year I somehow never came around getting a StarWars shirt >.>,

    Shmae on me. I wanted to order one but had trouble finding affrodable one on ebay

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  16. What a fun little contest! That shirt is super cute! Also - R2D2 steampunk style? That's 100% WIN.

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  17. I would enjoy wearing the shirt too! Put me in the drawing!

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  18. That's a sweet shirt! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  19. Dear Jen
    I think I found my new favourite shirt, if I win it, AWESOME. If not, I'm buying it on my own - muahahaha

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  20. Well, I made my impulsive purchase for the day! One Star Wars alphabet book for my non-existant-one-day-will-come child. Yay!!
    And I'm super excited to wear my Star Wars shirt to work (under my work clothes). I'll totally do it too!
    Mark me down for the Hothmas shirt!! Please. :)

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  21. What a fun giveaway! I would love to win this tee! I am a fan of the first 3 Star Wars movies (the originals ... before computer graphics) and ran around my neighborhood as Princess Leia. And a couple of Halloweens ago, my husband dressed up as "Ghetto Leia" where he wore this awesome afro-inspired wig with the Princess Leia white costume!

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  22. I want to start off by saying that I love your blogs! After stumbling upon Cake Wrecks while super bored at work I subsequently spent days going back through older posts and laughing hysterically :) Epbot is now my favorite. I love all the fun links that you post and the neat projects that you show (someday, I too want to have a penny desk).

    Also, I LOVE that shirt!!

    Destiny

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  23. Oooh, I'd take it! I had to order my Serenity/Firefly shirt up a size too. Darn these shirt makers!

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  24. Have you seen this?

    Tauntaun Sleeping Bag no light saber required!

    Love the t-shirt!

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  25. I'd like that shirt a whole bunch! And it would be just the right size for me. :)

    Elizabeth

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  26. I would LOVE to win this shirt!!

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  27. gah! so much cuteness!

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  28. I want this shirt soooo bad!! We got my son the Star Wars ABC's for his first birthday... and tomorrow just happens to be his mommy's birthday.....

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  29. I'm the exact opposite of long & skinny, wahh! What about the "cuddly" fans?

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  30. That is a super cute shirt! I'd have to order it in triple X though - lol.

    LOL @ Black Tee, I felt the same way in an Eeyore shirt from Disney Store.

    Thanks for sharing the alphabet Star Wars, a great gift idea!

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  31. Oooh, me! Me! Me!

    I wish sizes were standard. I wear large in just about everything -- except yoga pants which I seem to wear a small for several Target manufacturers. I am not small, people -- and I really hope actual small people don't want yoga pants, because I think they'll have to shop in the kids department. Do they make yoga pants for kids?

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  32. I LOVE that shirt! What adorable SW goodies! :D

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  33. I love the shirt! I come from a Star Wars family and my hubby comes from a Star Trek family (though we have blended our family traditions nicely). I'm always looking for some good Star Wars gear. :-)

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  34. It would be an honor and privilege to benefit from your kind generosity and Rock the "Hoffmas" shirt not only this Christmas but year round! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  35. Love everything that you are doing for Katie! Not only will I be sporting Star Wars on Friday, but all my ringtones/texttones (is that a word? It is now! Lol) will be Star Wars related :-D I'd love a new SW shirt to add to my wardrobe <3

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  36. Throw my name in the draw, please! Though this could maybe be a leg warmer for me, my super-Star Wars-obsessed, super-cute n skinny friend would love this! Sorry it didn't fit you, I hate when that happens! Woot ladies shirts fit small too. Knowing this, I ordered a ladies medium for the same skinny friend who wears a small quite comfortably, but what I got looked more like a child's medium, and after the first wash, forget it!

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  37. It would be an honor and privilege to benefit from your kind generosity and Rock the "Hoffmas" shirt not only this Christmas but year round! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  38. Star wars christmas? count me in, that rocks! Im raising my own lil mini geek girl so i really want her to see mommy rocking the geek pride ;)

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  39. Want! looks amazing, and if it doesn't fit me i know the perfect star wars fanatic to give it to :)

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  40. I'm so Hoth for this shirt it's ridiculous. Maybe it would help chill me out.

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  41. Uhm...Comment commment comment.

    There!

    *big grin*


    I don't have any good reason for why I should get the shirt. I just LOVE longer tshirts, and this is something i could even wear to work.
    (geekiness is encouraged)

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  42. That shirt is AWESOME! :D Thanks, Jen!

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  43. Ah, so much StarWars goodness in one spot! And a great shirt too; bummer that it didn't fit you. Why is it so hard to make women's clothes in the same sizes across the board? I think the Empire is behind it....

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  44. Add my name to the hat please!

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  45. That shirt is amazing. I may actually participate in the whole "Christmas spirit" thing if I could geek out with my Wars on.

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  46. Oooh, Hothmas!! Want the shirt! Love it! Definitely loved watching Star Wars all the time for the first, oh decade and a bit of my life! And a special treat any time now!

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  47. I REALLY don't comment here often enough, or Cake Wrecks for that matter. Your two websites always give me a smile, even when I'm in a bad mood. Thank you for that! I LOVE the tshirt! I'm trying to introduce my daughter to all the geeky stuff I grew up with and loved and this tshirt would be an awesome way to do it. I've already got her wearing an Animal (from the Muppets) tshirt to bed. :)

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  48. i love Katie's story, and would love the tshirt :) the alphabet was really cool too!! :) time for another SW marathon soon I think...hmmm... :)

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  49. That is an awesome shirt! I recently saw Star Wars for the first time...I know...*GASP* I really enjoyed them, which made my hubby happy. :)

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  50. Squee that shirt is CUTE!!! Alas, I'm nowhere near a Juniors size anything :( Where oh where can I find one for girls with large, um, Tattooine Moons?

    And if I had a spare fifteen dollars fall out of the sky, I'd get that Alphabet book in a HEARTBEAT for my son, who is still learning the ways of the Force... and his ABC's.

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  51. Pick me! Pick me! That would make an awesome holiday present! I can't wait to wear my self-crafted storm trooper earring on Friday! :)

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  52. Thanks for another giveaway chance Jen!!! This is the first time I've actually entered one of your giveaways... I *love* this shirt! (And I could really use it right now!!) So, please, pick me, pick me!! And thanks!!

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  53. Oh my gosh, that shirt is adorable!!! DO WANT! And I so wish that my friends had little babies so I could teach them the alphabet with those cutie-patutie characters.

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  54. I want the shirt!!!! I don't care if it's too big, I WANT IT. I'm not a big fan of Star Wars, but I've decided to give it a try. The reason I don't like is because my brother likes it so I don't want to, but a while ago, I didn't like Harry Potter because my brother did, but now I love it! I'm thinking that I really would like it if I gave it a chance.

    -Sarah, age 10 :)

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  55. I would love this shirt! It would make me so happy to win it :D plus, it sounds like it's exactly my size!!! :D
    -Kristen

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  56. Oooh, I'm a junior size L shirt (aka: no bust).

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  57. That is an awesome tee! I recently watched Star Wars for the first time...I know...*GASP* I really liked them, which made my hubby happy. :)

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  58. Love the chibi alphabet! The shirt would be the perfect addition my collection!!

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  59. Cute! I am loving those star wars alphabets, so adorable! Love the shirt too :D

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  60. Cute shirt, It would so go to my skinny bff! lol

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  61. Squee! As I already told ThinkGeek (in reference to the new Soft Kitty tee) HOLYCRAPMYCUTENESSFUSEJUSTBLEW!

    I love. I can haz please?

    <3 ya Jen!

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  62. please. this is the only one of the contests (though i think i've entered them all) that i've really, really, wanted to win. Does it help if i tell you that i'm a professional grant writer that has star wars potato heads on my desk? (artoo-potatoo and the spud-trooper). or that i own an r2-d2 cooler i can fit in and once dressed up as princess leia jumping in and out of it saying "help me obi-wan kenobi you're my only hope" for halloween. please. :OD

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  63. Aww, man! I'd really love the shirt, but I'm afraid "long and skinny" doesn't cut it - I'm only 4'11 1/2", and I'd need a regular XL! :P

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  64. I want this shirt! My husband doesn't believe that I've seen Star Wars, and I think this might prove it. I also buy more of my clothes than I care to admit in the children's department. My family teases me, but I don't think I'd get any guff for this shirt.

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  65. This shirt is Adorable = must have! Thanks for sharing the info on the Star Wars Alphabet book too! I must get that for my little Jelly Bean!

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  66. I love that shirt! I found my sister's Christmas gift thanks to Epbot and your wonderful girl geekery.

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  67. Awesome shirt! I would totally wear it. Star Wars is amazing!

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  68. I love teefury and I love star wars and I love epbot! Its the best of three worlds!!!

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  69. Love the shirt and that alphabet is adorable!

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  70. Oh how I want this shirt! I am super excited that my 10 year old daughter let the cat out of the bag that I am getting a TomTom GPS for Christmas WITH THE DOWNLOADED STAR WARS VOICES!!! Going to be the best gift yet (except maybe the shirt...)

    Tracy

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  71. That is just too cute. If it doesn't fit me, my daughter will love it. I raised her right - total geek.

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  72. super cute Hothy shirt! Would look "hot" on me ;) I think I'm going to order the alphabet book. Awesome...

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  73. I'd love to have this shirt! It's so festive and geeky!
    ~Elissa

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  74. Oh My God that alphabet set is adorable. and the shirt is so cute.

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  75. Love the shirt - would love to win it! :) It's super cute!

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  76. Want - esp since I don't have any Star Wars themed clothing. (I will be wearing some of my other geek girl clothing on Dec 10th)

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  77. I am a high school teacher and I always try to work Star Wars into our dress-up days at school. This shirt will be perfect for our winter week! Thank you for EPBOT my family is addicted!

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  78. Star Wars rocks! I would so wear this shirt unless one of my fabulously geeky daughters took it :)

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  79. Woohoo! I would love the shirt!!

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  80. It would fit me perfect and look so cute

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  81. Aghhh!! I'm tall & slim-ish. ;) I also happen to have a slightly Star Wars Obsessed three year old (who is currently sliding around my kitchen floor while trying to get his Darth Maul figure to successfully twirl his double light saber). I would love this precious shirt. My son only recently allowed me to put on Empire Strikes back (instead of Jedi) & Hoth is his new favorite planet. He would request that I wear this shirt every day! Ha!
    On another note, I absolutely love both of your blogs. Your sense of humor is right on target & it always makes me smile. Keep up the good work in all that you do!
    Kristin in Oklahoma

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  82. I want the shirt! If it doesn't fit me I'll give it to my sister

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  83. Will Wheaton posted this link on Twitter, thought you'd appreciate it in the Star Wars theme/holiday trending :) And yes, I realize how funny it is that Will Wheaton is posting Star Wars stuff, lol.

    Anyway, it's a Star Wars snowflake design!

    http://dancell.cwahi.net/star-wars-paper-snowflakes-instructions.html

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  84. That is a crazy cute Christmas tee. Thanks for your generosity sharing your life and now it seems your clothing as well.
    Anne

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  85. I would love, love, LOVE this shirt muchly, Jen! I'm a major Star Wars nerd, too and that shirt is too adorable to pass up :)

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  86. That shirt is so friggin awesome! If i were not so cheap I would buy one myself. I love the letters too. So adorable!

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  87. Um...fan girl squeee on the shirt! :)

    The ABC's are *adorable*....sigh...

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  88. I am in LOVE with that tee! It's perfect for wearing something original to all the holiday get togethers coming up! At least I will know that no one else will have the same outfit on!!

    Thanks for offering the contest! So much Fun!

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  89. I'd love a chance to win the shirt! It looks adorable, and it will make my best friend completely jealous. Merry Hothmas!

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  90. Love the tee!
    **Off to buy that poster!**

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  91. Oh, my daughter would LOVE this shirt!!

    When I win it (notice I say WHEN,not if), it'll make a great gift under the tree for her. :)

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  92. I WANT that Hothmas T-shirt!!!!! Please please please please. Saw it last week while surfing around the web, and have been in the depths of despair to discover it's no longer printed.

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  93. I would love the shirt! This post makes me so happy! I ordered the alphabet book for my daughter - she's almost two and LOVES Star Wars. She keeps going over to our Christmas tree and saying hello to our Chewbacca and Vader ornaments!

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  94. Squee! Further opportunities to reinforce my reputation as one of the highschool's pure-blooded geeks! No sarcasm whatsoever there. I first firmly established my status as a geek in Middle School when I did a photo essay about simple machines- by taking pictures of myself dressed as Darth Vader, torturing my little brother (who was, of course, dressed as a Padawan) in various creative ways. It's been five or six years, and I still haven't lived that down- and quite frankly, I don't want to. I take PRIDE in that label of geekiness.

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  95. I need this shirt! My hubby and I are huge star wars fans. He is in the process of getting his enitre arm tattooed from shoulder to wrist with star wars villains. Now I can't let my geek flag fly like that, but a tee shirt would up my star wars coolness factor! Please please please. And Merry Sithmas to you all!

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  96. Awesome shirt! Yay for Star Wars!

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  97. Would love the T-shirt for my daughter. It would be a little big for her, but that's OK. She'd sleep in it now and wear it later. She's my Star Wars girl - loves everything about it - even her fish is names Ahsoka!

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  98. Oooh...that t-shirt is awesome :)

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  99. This would be a perfect shirt for my best friend. Sadly, I am of the large and fluffy variety and wouldn't fit(even if I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to fit into it, but my friend also loves Star Wars and is long and skinny (damn her, I mean... uhh... bless her heart! I'm from the south, it means the same thing... <3) Thanks!!

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  100. That shirt would make me the most popular person at our family Christmas party.

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  101. *raises hand*
    You're too entirely awesome to offer this shirt up. Which brings me to my next point.
    Pleasey?

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  102. Oops- Correction on my above post- it's been exactly four years since the "Darth Vader's Tour of Simple Machines" incident.

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  103. Looking at those pictures of R2 make me think "Mmmmm...Beeeer!"

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  104. If I get it in time, I'll wear it Friday to work (even though I'll get in trouble for going to an important meeting in a tee-shirt ;-))

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  105. *tonight* Were you being literal?

    The shirt would be a great gift for a friend! I'd wear it myself, but I'm due in April with baby #2, so I won't be fitting into any babydolls for awhile. :)

    Love the blog, it's caused a lot of late nights. Can't stop playing Pogo mixes, either. My 16 month old loves 'Upular', and so do I.

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  106. Love this shirt and I would love to sport it around town this holiday season.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  107. Ummmm....I would love u 4eva Jen if u gave me that shirt. Really. I would. Even tho thats not really possible as I've loved u $eva from the start of this blog :)

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  108. As a not-model sized, kind of glumpy, incredibly short waisted (as in, I am 5ft 5in and my sister, who barely squeaks out 4ft 11in is actually taller than me sitting down) person, I've stopped purchasing "women's" cool t-shirts -- go for the men's or unisex, then with just a very quick trip through your sewing machine, shorten the sleeves/shoulder seams and add shaping if you must.

    And if you must do some tailoring (or just don't want to sew), but just want to look EVEN COOLER grab your scissors and knotting fingers.
    Cut the shirt from hem to armpit. Cut a fringe horizontal with the hem of the shirt, about an inch or two wide (crafter's choice), so you have wide strips from the back of the shirt and the front of the shirt. Last, do some magic and tie all of those segments together for a perfectly shaped not-modelly-but-way-cooler shirt!
    This is a pretty good tutorial, but just try as you go.

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  109. Ooh!! I would love the shirt!! It's soo cute!!

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  110. Sweet Mary, that is just about the coolest tee I have ever seen. AND I'm tall and skinny so it may fit! I'm also about to go and buy that alpha book - really, I must crawl out from under my rock more often, I miss such cool stuff!

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  111. AWWWW! It's so adorable, I never win blog giveaways, so if I won, it would be a very merry Christmas present to me! I don't own much star wars, but I love this shirt.
    Send it to the Dark Side, we have cake ;)

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  112. Not long and skinny, but I could make it work. :)

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  113. As you know, all Jedi aren't just saving their planet, but the whole galaxy. I'd be happy to do my part by recycling your shirt to my wardrobe.
    (I'm even more motivated now to go run with a friend on this freezing cold night in an effort to attain better health and a trimmer look.)

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  114. Shirt sizes are so warped. Makes you worry about the state of the person they're using as a model.

    I'm bookmarking that Star Wars alphabet book. It will be perfect for indoctrinating my future children at a young, young age. I also enjoy the use of Basic. It's a nice touch, and it's always useful for kids to be bilingual in this modern universe.

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  115. I'd love this shirt! I could wear it when I sing "Baby, It's Hoth Outside." :D

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  116. DUDE! today has definitely been a B.A.D. day. with Jen being the blogger I'm appreciating in particular.
    So yes. I am in full Jen appreciation mode.
    And this shirt would make my life. and probably make a lot happier in general.
    And just love in general.
    AND GO KATIE!!!
    and may the force be with you all
    >33333

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  117. I'd really like that shirt, too! I only wish I could have it for this Friday so I could wear it for Star Wars day! :o)

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  118. Catherine Kitten :)December 6, 2010 at 6:50 PM

    Cute alphabets!!!!!!
    I want posters of them!!!
    actually I want a cue little kid border of them that goes around my room >333
    Oh. and that shirt. that would be nice too...

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  119. Love the Hothmas tee! Sorry the tee didn't fit you - I know how disappointing that can be. But thank you for the giveaway! What a wonderful way to spread Christmas cheer Star Wars-style (the only style that matters, other than Star Trek.)

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  120. I would love this shirt for my sister. She is a huge Star Wars fan like me but long and skinny, unlike me.

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  121. Shirt! I would wear adorable cast-offs!

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  122. Think I'm going to have to buy the alphabet book for my boyfriend's nephew. It's beyond amazing.

    Also, that shirt would fit me very well, I imagine. Hooray!

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  123. Adore the shirt, but alas it has been a VERY long time since I fit in a Junior large!

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  124. I <3 this shirt!!! soooooo cute!!!! I think it would make a great addition to my wardrobe ;D

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  125. Oh my word, that shirt would be uber-cute on my little one! And her dad would be pleased as punch to get her going on Star Wars.

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  126. Firstly: OMG - I am so far beyond thrilled to absolute squee-itude that the alphabet includes Thrawn!

    Secondly, yes. Yes, I want that shirt. Pretty pretty please?

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  127. I want I want I want, My Kaity ( a 9 yr old star wars fan) would love that
    D.
    Deana N.

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  128. So, Friday is Star wars marathon day...and I love that shirt! I couldn't afford it the last time I saw it for sale so I hope I can win!

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  129. Hothmas! I love it! Those chibi characters are adorable, too.

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  130. Oh, I'd love this shirt! Thank you!

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  131. sproutsandsweetpeasDecember 6, 2010 at 7:22 PM

    Oh, oh, pick me! My daughter and I will proudly be wearing our Star Wars shirts this Friday in honor of Katie and we just picked out the "cutest" book (is it ok to say Star Wars is cute?) to donate to Toys For Tots here!

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  132. I love that shirt! I would like it, please.

    WV: tratur. De kitteh is snuglin wif de dog. He is a tratur to kitikind.

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  133. I would love that shirt! The only down side is it would look dorky after Christmas. :(

    But it's super cute FOR Christmas!

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  134. That shirt is amazing! I'd love a chance at getting it :D Also, I'm a huge van of the "V is for Vader" in the alphabet..though Jabba is also pretty adorable--which is so impressive!

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  135. I would love to give that shirt to my sister who would be small enough to fit in it. We saw Star Wars as kids in the theater, and had a bartender at a pool in Las Vegas spoil a certain death in Return of the Jedi for us... I am still slightly traumatized.

    Point is, we like Star Was, she is skinny, I am not, and it would make a lovely gift. =D

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  136. I really really really really really want to win this shirt. Like really.

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  137. Pick me, pick me! It would make my Christmas so much hoth-ier! :)

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  138. I would love to win this shirt! And hey, if you're giving it rather than throwing it away, it's not a cast off - it's recycling. ;D Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  139. This shirt is the perfect present for my best friend!

    I am afraid that I am slower because I am sick but I can't see the letters in the second alphabet... oops!

    Loved the pictures though!!

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  140. Ooo! Cute tee! Consider me entered for the giveaway! (It's so nice of you to do contests and giveaways!)

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  141. Ooooh, me please! Please please please. That shirt is so cute.

    I thought of you twice today, once while riding the bus in the morning –it had a big "No Ghost" sticker on the fire extinguisher–, and once when I saw a massive Lego R2-D2 in a store.

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  142. I have my SW toys for the Toys or Tots box at work and my SW geek gear ready to wear...that t-shirt is sweet!

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  143. Awww... so much Star Wars awesomeness! I remember going to see the original at the theater when I was 7 years old, and I've been a geek ever since! I promise I would wear the shirt to my roller derby practices if I win it - I'll even send you a pic, Jenn! Your blog rocks!

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  144. I totally want the shirt! My boyfriend just got an uber-geeky-awesome LOTR t-shirt for his birthday and I need something equally awesome to rival it (can't have him being cooler than me!). Pretty please?

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  145. Love the blog and would LOVE your cast-off tee!

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  146. Love the alphabets!!! Wish my kids were little again. I really would like the shirt for my 16 year old daughter - she and her boyfriend are Star Wars crazy! I remember seeing the original on the big screen...I'm glad the next generation is keeping the tradition going =)

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  147. That is just plain awesome! I would love that shirt! And I am so going to look at that alphabet for my little girl!

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  148. I would truly love that shirt and I would wear it with geeky pride when the elem. school where I teach has "wear a Christmas shirt" day next week. Cool giveaway- thanks for the chance!

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  149. I would really love that shirt and would wear it with geeky pride! Thanks for the chance!

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  150. Oh my gosh-I love that shirt! I want one wicked bad and it sounds like the perfect size!

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  151. That shirt is so awesome! I would love to give it to my girlfriend.

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  152. I only wish this was my size (so cute!) but it would totally fit my daughter. She won't be off work in time to enter herself, so I'm entering for her. Thanks for thinking of all of us, Jen!

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  153. Thank you for giving us the link to the Star Wars alphabet! I just went and made a donation, now I sit with eager anticipation waiting for my book to arrive!

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  154. I LOVE all the STAR WARS designs on here!!! I would love that shirt!

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  155. Well, wouldn't hurt to have another T-shirt. :B

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  156. Hmmm.....nerdery is afoot. Entering a star wars giveaway while doing a Deathwatch game...partially over skype.

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  157. Oooh, I may just have to buy the alphabet book for my new baby (almost 4 months), who will be a Star Wars fan whether he likes it or not. Okay, if he doesn't like it I won't force it on him, but I think with the amount of exposure he'll be getting, he WILL like it. And that shirt is awesome!

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  158. I really need to update my t-shirt collection and this t-shirt is adorable. A chronic illness has meant pills that have dramatically changed my size, meaning I am long and need a size large. <3

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  159. Love it. Want it. Merry Christmas!

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  160. I would love that shirt! I have a limited collection of geeky things (right now all I have is Jayne's hat from Firefly that I knitted last month) and would love to expand!
    Love your blog, btw. It's the highlight of my day. :)

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  161. :D please? [Bambi eyes]

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  162. That shirt is awesome! Not gonna lie, I would love to be the wearer of that shirt! (If you ever have a chance, go see Star Wars in Concert! Not only does the show rock, but they have original props on display and awesome stuff to buy!) Here is a link to the concert site: http://www.starwarsinconcert.com/

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  163. I knew there would one come a day when I would be glad to have been nicknamed "String Bean" when I was younger. Sign me up for the drawing! :)

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  164. I would love to give this shirt to my Star Wars lovin' grand - daughter!

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  165. The shirt will not fit me. But I will happily regift it for Hanukah/Christmas/My sister's bridal shower. She will die with happiness.

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  166. Thats shirt is awesome. I've always loved AT-AT's. :3

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  167. That shirt is hilarious! Thank god my nerdy boyfriend got me watching the Star Wars movies three years ago. Now I love them more than he does!

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  168. That tee is awesome! I love both of your blogs and can't wait for new entries. plus I have issues finding shirts long enough
    Kelsey

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  169. Go lady Star Wars geekery! Yes please.

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  170. omg omg tshirt!! *drools* I love and want so hardcore!!

    I'm sad that it didn't fit you though :( >>hugs<<

    <3 Atyah

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  171. That shirt! Last year, I had a slightly epic fail and didn't buy it. The force, alas is not strong with me it seems.
    My older brother has one in his size, and one of the things we bonded over as kids was our love of Star Wars. (To the extent that we would lob coconuts at each other and try to "use the force" to deflect them. It wasn't a perfect plan.)

    Having this shirt would mean wearing it home from college over Christmas break, so that we can have an awesome brother/sister moment.

    Though not a Luke/Leia moment, because, dude. That would be weird.

    ~Samantha

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  172. such a cute shirt. I am long, and would fit in a juniors medium, though I don't know if I would use the word skinny! :)

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  173. Please? For the daughter who once dressed as A Galaxy far far Away for Halloween or the daughter who was Leia the same year? Pretty please?
    Thank you for offering it!

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  174. When my brother moved to North Dakota we teased him about leaving Tatoonine (Phoenix, AZ) for Hoth! It's so much more fun being a nerd when the rest of the family is in on it!!!! :D

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  175. Oh my gosh I really want that shirt....it's awesome!

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  176. I've been camping! Thank you soooo much for alerting me the cuteness.

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  177. OH MY! I would love, love, LOVE this shirt! That was back before I knew about TeeFury, or I would have bought it myself, and it's my size and everything!!!

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  178. I would love to have that shirt. I think it was made for me. I'm always complaining I can't get shirts long enough unless they are super baggy.

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  179. Love the shirt! My dog reminds me of at AT-AT with her long legs, so I have a soft spot for them! (Nevermind my general Star Wars geekery...)

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  180. MTFBWY!! And pick me please!!! <3 Star Wars and I am totally donating the DVDs to our local Toy Drive!

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  181. Awwww! Want! (the shirt, that is)

    I would wear it with geek-y pride! Not to mention it would make my friends uber-jealous! ;)

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  182. I would love this shirt! Looks like it would rock the Force of Christmas past, present, and yet to come (because I am a SW nerd, and a lit geek!)

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