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Funny Geek Tees

Today’s tee just tickled my funny bone –


I really don’t think there’s anything more to be said about it :D :D :D

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Buy This Allposters.com A is for Anger is a pretty good logo for these birds because they are the Angry Birds!

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To Quote Hamlet Act III, Scene III Athletic Grey T-Shirt
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Guinness T-Shirts

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