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Funny Linux Merchandise from Zazzle

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Ah yes. Another Friday. I will try to share the funny stuff I found today.

Let’s start with amusing Linux merchandise on Zazzle. They have all sorts of stuff like shirts, bumper stickers and stickers in general. Here are some interesting designs.

  • #rm -rf /life shirt – This goes out to those of you who just want to start all over again. Yes, we all have bad days and when things go awfully wrong too much and too often, we wish we could just delete all those things, as if our lives were all clean and new. Tsk. Too bad it doesn’t happen that way but if someone makes a cosmic command line, maybe it will. Wink

  • a shirt which says “the way to a girl’s heart is through her Linux box” – I just laughed! How true in the case of the geek girls I know.

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