Greg Cohoon (drmellow) wrote,
Greg Cohoon
drmellow

The Shirt Off My Back

Guess who used to wear t-shirts all the time? Guess who has a collection of t-shirts representing all sorts of aspects of pop culture? Guess who has a a collection of t-shirts from geeky computer trade shows? Guess who has about 50 t-shirts that he'll probably never ever wear again?

If you guessed "drmellow" to all of the previous questions, then you're right! So, what am I going to do about it?

I'm literally going to give sell you the shirt off my back.

That's right! If you've ever wished you could own an article of clothing that I wore -- perhaps from just a few years ago, or perhaps from as far back as when I was in college -- now is your chance! I've got stacks of t-shirts simply taking up room in my closet that I'm ready to part with. Some of these shirts were very near and dear to me at one point and I wore them dozens of times. Some of them are shirts that I got for free at a trade show and maybe only wore once or twice.

So, here's the deal. If you want one of my old t-shirts, let me know by leaving a comment to this blog entry or sending me email. For the low, low price of $5, I will mail you one of my t-shirts, chosen at random. Almost all of the t-shirts that I'm including in this offer are XL. There might be a few that are L, but I wouldn't count on it. Before mailing out any of these shirts, I will run them through the washer and dryer, even though they're already clean. I'll make sure the shirts don't have holes in them or anything like that.

Who knows, you might end up with a new favorite t-shirt. If nothing else, you'll get a rag you can use next time you wash your car.

ETA: FREE BONUS OFFER!!!!!! If you request it, I'll photograph myself wearing the t-shirt before I wash it and mail it to you. That way you'll know that it's an authentic drmellow t-shirt. Normally, such proof of authenticity would cost tens, if not hundreds, of dollars. But, for a limited time (infinity minus three days), I'll throw it in for free.
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