- #1: I like the content the best, but I don't like the parchment look.
- #2: (bored reaction)
- #3: Made me laugh, but would be less likely to wear it than others.
- #4: Perl Jewelry: ??? Jewelry? Is that a perl/pearl joke? What does that have to do with PerlMonks?
- #5: Appropriately Obscure. Gets a solid vote from me.
- #6: I like the black shirt, but the logo has the same problems as #7 below:
- #7: Cute, but mixing a URL and a shell command path just doesn't work in my mind.
- #8: Not bad, but it would better if it were code rather than random(?) binary.
Given this line up, I like #5, or #1 if we can drop the parchment and go to normal, legible text.
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