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Chainmail Bikini Store

By Shamus
on Friday Nov 23, 2007
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When Chainmail Bikini was just a few weeks old Shawn and I got a lot of messages from people encouraging us to sell them some T-shirts and whatnot. We didn’t have anything ready because, frankly, we didn’t think there would be any demand yet.

Those requests have stopped coming, which means people have either lost interest, or given up on us entirely. In either case, that means it’s the perfect time to open a store!

I’m posting this to the CB forums as well. I don’t know when we’ll have time to roll out more designs, but if you have requests you can post them here or (even better) in the forums so we can get a feel for demand and what people are interested in.

Comments (5)

  1. Snook says:

    The sad thing is that people on campus here would probably understand the subject matter, if not where it came from.

    I’d love a “Schrodinger’s Pants” shirt. *wink*

  2. Avaris says:

    Heh, were I not a LARPer myself I would probably get one…

  3. siliconscout says:

    I don’t see an actual chainmail bikini …. am I missing the link??


  4. MOM says:

    DMotR for those who followed you over?

  5. Fefe says:

    Shamus, there’s a rather weird discussion going on on the fear the boot forums. It’s about the latest issue…


    To be honest, people are arguing about Tolkien while totally forgetting that Tolkien hated allegories and he pointed that out. It’s quite emberrassing to see him denounced to be a racist.

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