I love Threadless. I also love RedBubble, but I have to say that cos of, you know, the conjugal connections and all. Anyway… I had an issue a while back where a shirt I ordered had a mark on it, so I sent it back. Sadly, by the time it got back to them it had sold out (it was a ButterflyFish). So instead they refunded my money and gave me a voucher as well – woohoo! So I promptly went back to the website and promptly spent my money. I bought the Viking Bird and Playground Joust. They just arrived today, and I am terribly pleased. What I am now trying to figure out is whether I can tax deduct them. I teach the Vikings and knights at Yr 8… isn’t that legitimate? Plus, I bought a Communist Party shirt, simply because I taught the Russian and Chinese revolutions this year. What do you think?

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