Threadless Spring Broke Sale

Vauge Threadless T-Shirt

Being vague is almost as fun as doing this other thing.

Threadless, my favorite t-shirt company, is having another one of their $10 sales. Hurry on over and stock-up on your favorites. To be honest, I’m having a tough time. Pickings are a little slim only because my closet is full of these shirts or sizes are already sold out. Anyhow, the link above kicks a few pennies my way. Alternatively, you can hit the site directly without.

Does anyone else have a clinical addiction to Threadless? Or, are complete loads of laundry made up of nothing but Threadless tee’s completely normal?

On a kick-back related note, I dropped Google Adsense completely. Not because Google hurt my feelings, but because generic contextual advertising just didn’t jive too well with what I envisioned for a personal blog.

Discuss - 5 Comments

  1. Derek says:

    If you eventually find yourself attempting to match every outfit you own to include at least one Threadless t-shirt, I carry no responsibility whatsoever! Concerning Adsense, we’ll see how much of a hit I take on hosting without the revenue from Google.

  2. Glenn Wolsey says:

    I’m going to go and order my first Threadless shirt, I hope you don’t get me hooked onto something here Derek ;-)

    On the Google Adsense side – good job on dropping it. The text links you are currently running look great. You could even sell image spots (black & white would look great).

  3. Auke says:

    I’m not a Threadless fan or don’t even wear them. I must be because I’m Dutch. :P

    [quote comment="44956"]
    On the Google Adsense side – good job on dropping it. The text links you are currently running look great. You could even sell image spots (black & white would look great).[/quote]

    I totally agree with Glenn on this one.

  4. Jack says:

    Nice decision with the ads. Google adsense is something I’m always back-and-forth about. Whether I incorporate it into my design essentially depends on my mood!

  5. Derek says:

    If site administrators had a little more flexibility to customize the width and height of ad blocks, I’d be all over Adsense again creating a site how I want, then adding Google. I just can’t justify creating a site around the dimensions of any ads.