Posted by Erica August 26, 2013
"Sometimes the art we make has a hidden message, some times that message is a bit more direct.  This is one that is as clear as a middle finger raised high in the air", says Forces of Dorkness in regards to their recently announced Tee Shirt pre-sale! Each shirt features a hidden message and has been printed on 100% cotton shirts. Get your Forces of Dorkness on and get yourself one of these awesome tee's; available in sizes S - 6XL.
Shirt 1 : Learning Stupid - a nod to those that come in and out of our lives and really just leave us shaking our head at the end of the day.
Shirt 2: Weak Scene - there's a million things we can blame when something we've created doesn't get the reception or the sales we hoped they wood, but the scene is that thing only the weak blame.
"Don't ever let the haters get you down.  Take the negative they feed you and channel it into new creations.  Use it as fuel because the best revenge is kicking more ass than ever before.  Remember, the only reason anyone ever attacks you is because they are either threatened or jealous of what you can do.  Now's your chance to show the world that you're going to do what you want regardless of what they think.  It's your art, your idea, and in the end it's all up to you." says Scott Kinnebrew of The Forces of Dorkness
(note: Customers will pay for their shirt(s) at the time of pre-order, but all monies will be returned if for some reason not enough orders are placed)

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