From T-Shirt Bags to Actual Tees, Makes Manners Stylish

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A popular generic t-shirt bag (Thank You: Have a Nice Day) is being released as an actual t-shirt design on March 5th by, disclaimer and all.

Now nerds everywhere (or at least those sporting the latest nerd chic tee released on March 5th by come with their very own disclaimer, all in the name of protecting the wee ones. A popular plastic shopping bag design (known as t-shirt bags), with the message "Thank you: Have a Nice Day," has been converted into an actual t-shirt as the latest original design in NerdyShirts' weekly releases.

Everyone has seen a "thank you" bag at one point or another, which along with the bag's name made it an obvious choice as a t-shirt design adaptation for the NerdyShirts team. The "Thank You" tee comes on a white background with red print, donning a list of "Thank You"s followed with "Have a nice day," in smaller type and followed by a witty variation of the bag's typical disclaimer, warning of the suffocation risk to children. In eco-conscious nerd fashion, the tee also flaunts a traditional plastic bag recycling notice.

NerdyShirts (of MyFatRobot) releases new, trendy, completely original shirt designs every Monday at, targeting the recently trendy nerd culture. The latest "Thank You" t-shirt design comes in men's and women's sizes, and retails at $20.00.

About was launched in 2004 by Myke Armstrong and Jacob Fatoorechi, and was incorporated into the MyFatRobot family of sites in April 2006 by Myke, Jacob, and William Barnes. NerdyShirts offers original funny, nerdy, and nostalgic tee shirts all printed on 100 percent cotton American Apparel shirts. In addition to all original designs, NerdyShirts buys full designs and even design concepts from site visitors or customers, and offers an affiliate program for tee shirt sales. New designs are released every Monday, and most are available in both men's and women's sizes.

For additional information about, or the new Thank You t-shirt design, please visit, or contact William Barnes at 310-746-8990.


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