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Topic # 58928 23-Mar-2010 15:43
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For sale on TradeMe http://www.trademe.co.nz/Clothing/Menswear/Other/XXL+/auction-278863676.htm

Makes for a good laugh! 

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  Reply # 310276 23-Mar-2010 15:49
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Funny.

But you have to wonder if lawyers will get involved given the branding being used.




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  Reply # 310280 23-Mar-2010 15:56
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muppet: Funny.

But you have to wonder if lawyers will get involved given the branding being used.


Making it and wearing it, cool.  Making it then selling it for commercial gain? Sounds like Copyright and Trademark infringement to me. Considering it takes the piss out of their brand, with their logo on it, I wouldn't be surprised if the do get involved. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 310290 23-Mar-2010 16:39
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Hahaha they are awesome, simply awesome




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  Reply # 310338 23-Mar-2010 18:45
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It might be a laugh but $100 for a single shirt is insane. It'd cost less than half of that do do the exact same thing yourself with a print company!


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