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bsyed


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so lame but i couldnt help myself:

Edit to my early - extension



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sungam wrote:
Ice climbers... how about something along the lines of
"adventure - a dish best served cold" with a pic of an ice climber?

Edit to add - or a super cheesy one "Because it's there" with a picture of a cool lookin' mountain?

Ok, I don't know how to make a clear picture of this but...

An ice climber standing next to a (non frozen) waterfall or something. Text: "Because it'll be there"


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So, this is a hat but... You could wear it on your chest, I suppose.
View the attachment because I can't really figure out how to embed a photo
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dylfoot wrote:
So, this is a hat but... You could wear it on your chest, I suppose.
View the attachment because I can't really figure out how to embed a photo

If you've got a camp or a climbing wall and you need people to know who the belayers working the party are, then yes, these hats would be alright. Any other time, pretty stupid.


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Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.


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Sick Burn...
I'm only belaying 5.13 right I can't wait to start catching 5.14!


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Are you trying to sell me a shirt/hat or are you making one for yourself?


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sungam wrote:
Here's another one I just came up with. Again super rough copy - just wondering what people think.

You could just quote Layton Kor..."We're Gunna DIE!"


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Another but not climbing specific...

http://cafepress.com/teamtrash


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dylfoot wrote:
Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.

I can rappel 5.16b. No shit, I really can.


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If someone could make a spoof on "The Players" movie with a t-shirt that has similar design but a "The Belayers" theme, I would buy that shirt, for sure.
My technical savvy was expended on learning how to type with the home row.


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dylfoot wrote:
Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.

you are turly the definition of all that is man...one day i hope to as bad ass as you...

seriously...

i mean it...Laugh


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wjca wrote:
dylfoot wrote:
Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.

I can rappel 5.16b. No shit, I really can.

I've belayed that route before...it's only 15d.


wjca


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
wjca wrote:
dylfoot wrote:
Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.

I can rappel 5.16b. No shit, I really can.

I've belayed that route before...it's only 15d.

You sandbagging sonofabitch!! Don't come in here stealing my thunder!! I rapped a variation that was 5.16b. And I'll fight anyone who says differently.


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wjca wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
wjca wrote:
dylfoot wrote:
Angry,
Apparently you didn't know that my first belay was 5.10 and I was 7 years old. Right now, I'm belaying onsight 5.14d and catching on 5.15...
Plus, it seems that perhaps the most important thing that keeps people climbing is a good catch, otherwise, we'd all be wheeling around looking at stairs wondering, "How am I going to get through this next pitch..."
I think the hat is funny and your sense of humor is... well, let's just say I wouldn't want to share pbr and stories around the campfire until the wee hours of the night while we wave our arms around like idiots talking about the whippers we took. All the while we don't even appreciate the guy that caught our fall, not as much as we should anyway.
So, for all the belayers out there: Thanks, thanks a lot. I mean it.

I can rappel 5.16b. No shit, I really can.

I've belayed that route before...it's only 15d.

You sandbagging sonofabitch!! Don't come in here stealing my thunder!! I rapped a variation that was 5.16b. And I'll fight anyone who says differently.
'
I saw you chippin' the foot stances.


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irregularpanda wrote:
sungam wrote:
Here's another design I came up with, again a rough copy:


Should I bother making it? Would anyone get one?

I would with a change.
Ditch the rope...it detracts from the design.

I realize it's a rough design, but I'd recommend going with an older axe. Given the age of the book (1963), I picture a straight, wooden shaft. YMMV.


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markc wrote:
irregularpanda wrote:
sungam wrote:
Here's another design I came up with, again a rough copy:


Should I bother making it? Would anyone get one?

I would with a change.
Ditch the rope...it detracts from the design.

I realize it's a rough design, but I'd recommend going with an older axe. Given the age of the book (1963), I picture a straight, wooden shaft. YMMV.
I concur. The above was the first page offerings of google images for "rope" and "alpine axe".
I'm thinking non-kernmantel rope and a straight wooden axe, a la Conrad Kain.


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sungam wrote:
Here's another design I came up with, again a rough copy:
[picture of where the wild things are design]

Should I bother making it? Would anyone get one?

Should this T be plain or should it say "wild thing" under the pic or something?
I could make regional shirts, eg "Moab - Where the wild things are"?


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sungam wrote:
sungam wrote:
Here's another design I came up with, again a rough copy:
[picture of where the wild things are design]

Should I bother making it? Would anyone get one?

Should this T be plain or should it say "wild thing" under the pic or something?
I could make regional shirts, eg "Moab - Where the wild things are"?

My vote would be for no text. If you have to have something, I'd use "Wild Rumpus" rather than "Wild Thing." The book is damn near universal, and the movie isn't far from release. The image and "Wild Thing" text would be redundant.


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markc wrote:
sungam wrote:
sungam wrote:
Here's another design I came up with, again a rough copy:
[picture of where the wild things are design]

Should I bother making it? Would anyone get one?

Should this T be plain or should it say "wild thing" under the pic or something?
I could make regional shirts, eg "Moab - Where the wild things are"?

My vote would be for no text. If you have to have something, I'd use "Wild Rumpus" rather than "Wild Thing." The book is damn near universal, and the movie isn't far from release. The image and "Wild Thing" text would be redundant.
Then we're in concurrence.


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sungam wrote:
Here's another one I just came up with. Again super rough copy - just wondering what people think.


I like it.


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we could have on that said ptftw?


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sungam wrote:
we could have on that said ptftw?

KABOOM! You win...


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too far?
tasteless?
(woops, I wouldn't know, never had it)
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agentmm wrote:
too far?
tasteless?
(woops, I wouldn't know, never had it)

Yahar! Yeah...both.

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