it could be jusssst like thosssse sssignssss ssspelled "BUDWEIZER" in the ssseventiessss and eishtiesssss sssold by folksssss without copyright.
Sleetstacks occur in the frozen lands of the North where they frighten truckers.
I remember years ago in Chicago seeing "Beware of Morlocks" signs, and thinking that was awesome.
Maybe Sleetstacks are a closely related species?
Beware of the Morlocks, that's pretty good too.
Hahaha, that's AWESOME! I think it is funnier spelled sleetstack. I've been itching to do some screenprints. You're tempting me to do a sleestack print.
Johnathan > Oh man you have to!!! Put it on a t-shirt and I will be your first three customers.Whisk > Hey, I thought you were making bread?Trey > They must be a the northern variety. DocScout > Beware of Morlocks is sound advice. And both signs would be great. Scottz > I think your right. I think I saw a troop of them on Ice Road Truckers. They were going to eat Jay, but decided he was a waste of time.JD > I ssssposssse you couldssss be rightssss.
@Johnathan B.: Man, if you do a sleestak print, I'd buy / make a shirt!
There's a street here in Busan called "Saessak-ro" (-ro being 'street') that for some reason I always want to call "Sleestack-ro"
I want one, too. The wanker taggers around here would probably mess it up, though.
Alright, let me try to get my screenprint stuff together. I'll need to place a few orders for some supplies. I'll keep you all posted on my blog. I want to do a few other t-shirts as well. It's funny, you'd think that art supplies would be easy to come by here in Italy. Nothing like a Michael's or Hobby Lobby (or better yet Daniel Smith's Art supply).