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A T-Shirt a Day Keeps the Muggles at Bay!

A cache by TeeDeeKay, MuseOfIdiots Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/10/2012
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

MuseOfIdiots and I have a tradition of snapping a photo for each and every one of our Geocache finds. When I make an appearance, more often than not, I'm wearing a shirt from Teefury, my favorite daily T-shirt website. Now it's time to spread the love! I suggest that you park across from the "PARKER" sign. Minor bushwacking is involved. Please take care to re-cover the cache as well as possible.

Congrats to kayakdannj for the FTF!

Inside the cache, I've placed two of my favorite shirts, which are extras that have never been worn or washed. One is one of their very popular tribute designs and the other is completely original. FTF gets to keep one of their choice. This is a men's/unisex size large, and I hope that it will fit you. If not, please keep in mind someone else in your life when choosing, or let the next finder have a shirt in your honor.

When one shirt remains, it will be available for trade for another T-shirt. Your trade needn't be new (or size large), but please only leave a clean shirt that is in good condition, with no tears, holes or visible wear. Please do not give us the shirt off your back. Position your folded trade in the bag with the size tag and design as visible as possible through the unbranded side of its bag.

Every so often, I will return without warning and replace the previously taken shirt. When this happens, you'll discover two shirts in the cache and will be welcome to choose one to keep, provided that you leave some other usual cache prize in its place, as is customary. This offer is limited to one per cacher, so please don't return for an additional shirt unless you intend to leave another one in its place. Keep in mind that all shirts placed by me will be men's/unisex size large and leave it for the next finder if this doesn't work for you and yours.

All designs should be clearly visible, so please do not remove a shirt from its bag unless you intend to keep it. If you do claim one, logging a mention of what you took/traded and a photo of your new shirt being worn is requested. If you aren't taking a shirt from the cache, you're encouraged to log a photo of yourself holding a (bagged) shirt in front of your chest in a faux wearage pose. More people should log photos like us, the pic guys!



Snag It, Bag It, Tag It - Design by Dave Perillo

This "Warehouse 13" shirt depicts many of the artifacts that have been snagged, bagged and tagged during the course of the popular TV show. The whole deal reminds me of Geocaching.


Turtle Power

This cool large Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shirt was dropped by our friends DNQ.

A Problem With Ninjas - Design by mogaro - Claimed by DNQ

Perfectly executing the use of negative space, this shirt became my all-time favorite original design a full three seconds after I laid eyes on it. My initial reaction was "Boring!”, immediately followed by "Ohhh, I must have it!" Now you can have it too!

A Most Excellent Trade - Design by Dave Perillo - CLAIMED BY FTF: kayakdannj

One of the more recent of the many, many crossover (or "mashup", if you prefer) shirts to appear, the title reminds me a lot of Geocaching. This shirt combines the main characters from time-travel film classics "Back to the Future" and "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" in a most excellent (if not mutually agreed upon) vehicle trade.

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