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A set of reference coffee cups, with regex, favorite modules, etc. with a monk looking like Rodan's Thinker, reading a book.

A monkish tie for those of us forced to occassionally have to wear one. (I've worn out my Dilbert tie.)

Monogrammed PM underwear for initimate coding experiences.

PM pens and pencils with long skinny monks on them.

PM keyboard ref strip, with "use strict" or die "you toad" on them.

PM decoder rings

Bumper stickers:

  • Perl >> Java
  • Perl - Extreme Freestyle
  • Perl Coder Onboard (obvious yellow sign)
  • Perl Monk Onboard
  • My Mom (Dad) is a Perl Monk
  • Son (Daughter) of a Perl Monk
  • I wont give up my Perl until they delete it from my cold, hard disk
  • Don't blame me - I use Perl
  • My child was Perl coder of the month at www.perlmonks.org
  • I've seen Larry Wall

Das PerlMonk bier stein

Bizarre stuffed animals - A penguin with a camel's head or a camel with a penguin's head. Let 'em figure it out

Monitor rear-view mirror with a Monk on it.

Bandaids with the words: "I should have used -w" on them.

A set of PM business card blanks you add to. The web page would accept custom input and then print quantity-500 of nice, glossy, fancy Perlish art work cards. They get sent to the user for $$.

A variety of PM oriented rubber ink stamps -

  • "Project not approved - insufficient use of Perl"
  • "PerlMonk Approved"
  • various camels, penguins, holding hands, etc.
  • "Perl Priority Project"
  • "John Doe Perl Programmer"
  • "CPO - Chief Perl Officer" (also a desk name plate)
-Diskcrash

In reply to Re: PM merchandise/icon design quest by diskcrash
in thread PM merchandise/icon design quest by vroom

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