Dunno. But back in my college days, a couple of friends of mine were putting on a recital. It was to be an all-percussion recital, as performed by a bunch of percussionists. The name of the show was “Partners in Time.”
The printer “corrected” the programmes to say “Partners in Crime.”
Are you too sexy for your shirt? Too sexy for your shirt? So sexy it hurts?
But seriously, you say that you’ve paid good money for the printing job, and they didn’t perfrom to spec? Get your money back, or have them do it all over again. Or did the bloke that ordered them authorize the text change? If so, you’re kind of SOL. Shame, though – I’d be morto wearing something like that!
To be honest, the guy who ordered the shirts is the nicest person ever and I dont think he’d be having fun at my expense. I just think he didn’t think about what he’d actually put on my shirt. Maybe he just thinks I’m sexy.
I feel for you man.
I’m in a marching band, and my section (clarinets) had shirts made with everyone’s name and nickname on it. The section leader picked the nicknames, and when I asked what mine was she said she had to eliminate her top picks because she thought I would get mad at her. Assuming the decision had been made, I pretended to be anice person and said that I probably wouldn’t have been that mad. I said this because I thought it was too late to change and I didn’t want to act so easily offended.
What I didn’t know is that she then went and changed it to her first choice. I ended up being “Big Jugs” hawksgirl :smack: . That’s the last time I try to spare feelings.
I was in a 10-piece soul-band before I relocated for University.
I was one of the two sax-players in the band, the other guy opted for the “Mad Sax Man” on his shirt, so I thought of “thesaxoffender” after much musing, and it’s been my internet moniker (except for here) ever since.
I’ve still got that shirt, because that is a good nickname!