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  Reply # 1393728 24-Sep-2015 17:04
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Bananabob: Well here is my go

 

*slow clap*

 

*slow clap increases*




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  Reply # 1393732 24-Sep-2015 17:12
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Heres my entry...
I nearly broke MS Paint.

Right Click - Open in new tab for full size... Enjoy

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1393742 24-Sep-2015 17:26
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This flag, encompassing cats and boobs, subtly captures all the essential elements of the Internet as we know it today. The image is low-res, in homage to the early days. The text is Times Roman, a font all Microsoft Word users know and love. The copyrighted image is pirated, another nod to a long and glorious internet tradition. 





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  Reply # 1393764 24-Sep-2015 18:26
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fizzychicken: an internet flag would only work if it supported animated gifs and looked like a geocities page circa 1996

actually, If I were to make a non animated interwebs flag, Id make it based on the kiwi flag (because this country is the best obviously) and go geek with it.

interwebs flag


Great job! Neato.

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  Reply # 1394150 25-Sep-2015 09:31
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Did I win? 




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  Reply # 1394498 25-Sep-2015 16:51
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fizzychicken: an internet flag would only work if it supported animated gifs and looked like a geocities page circa 1996

actually, If I were to make a non animated interwebs flag, Id make it based on the kiwi flag (because this country is the best obviously) and go geek with it.

interwebs flag


YOU WIN! PM us your shipping details and t-shirt size, and we'll get a $200 JB Hi-Fi voucher and a t-shirt with this design on it right out to you. (It'd be mint if you sent us a high-res version of the design as well.) 

Thanks for entering, everyone!




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  Reply # 1394500 25-Sep-2015 17:00
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well that just made my friday!






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