Oh hell yes!
A shirt with a 48k ZX Spectrum on it! And another with the DeLorean!
Have you stuck needles into my brain to view my dreams, or was a long communal meditation session required in the office to find the very core of nerdism?
We're delighted to announce this sunny afternoon the rebirth of Reg merchandising tentacle Cash'n'Carrion - which has undergone a complete overhaul and now boasts an improved shopping experience and a rack of new t-shirt designs. Get your coat at Cash'n'Carrion Our shirts are now printed to order by German cotton-botherers …
Once upon a time you had a number of great shirts like the one above.
Can we have these again?
I want that one and a couple more from your current stock, they will be worn with pride; along with my Ipood shirtfrom Bangkok!
Hat, coat, going to the post office now; via the pub.
An actual sensible comment? *gasp*
Anyway, poking around a little, as solicited, I noticed that if you click 'show all' to show everything then not everything is shown. I will admit the only thing I noticed not being shown was the 'WTF?' T-shirt, primarily because I want one of those, but there may or may not be others (imho, ymmv etc)
Otherwise great. Who knows, I may even buy something.
Like mugs and pens and mugs and post-its and mugs and mice-mats. But mostly mugs.
And the T-shirts... well hardly geeky, are they. Now a polyester button-down collar, short sleeve shirt with breast pocket AND pocket protector with BOFH logon on the other side. Well, then you'd be talking.
Will the Reg be doing a suitable 'bag'O'Patches', not only to make quick eye patchs should you lose one in a fight with your vendors but also so you can stick 'em onto clothing that El'reg does not do.
You know the old stype patches, like 'Iorn Maden' & 'Metalica'.... and the plethra of death metal bands.
I quite fancy a selection of Reg logo patches in your main colours, in a few diffrent sizes.
NB: Quite like the new look, same the gadgets seem to of gone, I alwas fancyed that keyring that glows for 10 years.
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