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Cthulhu Sez, “Buy These Celtic Art T-Shirts for $8 Each!”

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Cthulhu Wants You To Wear This ShirtOver at my Saga Shirts site, I’ve got some leftover inventory that I’d like to clear out: they’re high quality, silk screened Celtic knotwork designs on black American Apparel shirts in men’s and women’s styles.

Because they’re the remnants of their print runs, they’re not available in all sizes.

I’ve had them marked down for awhile. But now you can pick them up for the low, low price of $8 each if you use the coupon code CTHULHU during checkout.

That’s right. This promotional offer comes straight from the Great Old Ones. Because these shirts are the Great Old Shirts.

So hop on over to the R’lyeh showroom and snap up the Celtic Skull and Crossbones, Celtic Art Cats, Celtic Biohazard Symbol, or Pentacle & Ankh t-shirts… while they last!

4 responses to “Cthulhu Sez, “Buy These Celtic Art T-Shirts for $8 Each!”
rainycity1 says:
July 15th, 2010 at 7:11 pm

The Celtic Art Cat t-shirt has arrived and is awesome…. feeling compelled… must order more….

Bradley W. Schenck says:
July 16th, 2010 at 11:44 am

I can’t help but wonder what you’ll mod them into :).

rainycity1 says:
July 16th, 2010 at 5:07 pm

Actually the Cat shirt fits, although a bit snugger than I typically choose. I view it as incentive to loose those few extra pounds that have crept on lately. The medium Skull shirt is for Offspring V2.0, and the fate of the small Bio-hazard shirt will be negotiated between several interested parties once it arrives. (We have been known to cut the images off of shirts that are not wearable for one reason or another and apply them to fresh shirts using cool embroidery, but that does not seem to be required this time. I wonder if the curse would transfer in that situation ….)

rainycity1 says:
July 26th, 2010 at 9:31 pm

Aforementioned Offspring (V2.0) has received his shirt and worn to it a get-together with his peers. Much was made of it, and the URL for Saga Shirts and this blog has been distributed… The compulsion spreads…

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