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(WTAE)   Woman SHOCKED to find the "official" jersey she bought on-line from a Chinese website selling Steelers jersey with President Barack Obama's name on it isn't really official, or even the right size   (wtae.com) divider line 99
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2012-12-29 01:38:40 PM
well, OK - I mean, you've pretty much summed everything up in the headline.

So...what doe we talk about now???
 
2012-12-29 01:44:19 PM
Green alien sex slaves, of course.
 
2012-12-29 01:51:08 PM
I actually own a Chinese knockoff hockey jersey, knew it was a cheap knockoff when I ordered it, and wasn't surprised when I received a jersey with frayed seams and a crest that's about two inches lower than it should be.

The deal with these jersey is that they often get made in the same sweatshop as the legit ones, using the same equipment on an off shift, but with cheaper materials, lower paid and less experienced workers, and no quality control inspections.

The lady in TFA says she went to the second search result, probably a PPC ad, probably advertising a price on the search results page that she recognized as far lower than what she'd seen anywhere else, and yet she didn't think that was fishy, just thought, "Woo hoo! Cheap jersey!" And now she's mad that she got what she paid for.
 
2012-12-29 05:24:29 PM
ROR
 
2012-12-29 05:32:12 PM
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Go on.
 
2012-12-29 05:54:14 PM
"Full refund is not fair to us."

I read this in James Hong's voice.
 
2012-12-29 05:54:16 PM
Did it come with a note?

s3.jrnl.ie
 
2012-12-29 05:54:24 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Go on.


*snert*
 
2012-12-29 05:56:05 PM
Was it a nigerian soccer jersey? Kidding, DNRTA
 
2012-12-29 05:57:15 PM

fusillade762: Did it come with a note?

[s3.jrnl.ie image 617x455]


OK, what is that?
 
2012-12-29 05:58:23 PM
She got an extra-medium.
 
2012-12-29 06:00:00 PM
"I went to the website and found there was no phone number, I had to email them," she said.

Silvio said she's embarrassed to admit it, but she quickly learned she had ordered from a fake sports-jersey site located in China. She added anyone could have made this mistake because the Chinese site looks like an official team site, including the words "official online store."
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/Why the hell not? We don't make anything in the USA anymore, all our shiat comes from china japan, and other smaller lesser nations that pay crap wages to their workers. Look at Wal Mart, Hobby Lobby, or really any other store. Filled with cheap crap from other countries. Why not just purposefully buy it from a rip off place? You're getting screwed anyway.
 
2012-12-29 06:00:02 PM
Why do we give attention to idiots like this? I understand that some people are compassionate and all, but seriously, the only way dumb people learn is to experience something like this and be told to deal with it, not giving them attention or justifying their frustration by going after the company that, admittedly, is targeting idiots.
 
2012-12-29 06:00:53 PM
Obvious tag busy in the sweatshop??

/Really?
//Not hard to figure out it was fake.
 
2012-12-29 06:01:26 PM
PEBKAC!!!!

Along w/a ID10T error!
 
2012-12-29 06:02:51 PM
Surprised this wasn't a Consumerist article.....
 
2012-12-29 06:03:28 PM
seemslegit.jpg
 
2012-12-29 06:04:41 PM
subtard fails as much as the lady in the article:

Subby: " Woman SHOCKED to find the "official" jersey she bought on-line from a Chinese website selling Steelers jersey with President Barack Obama's name on it isn't really official"

Article: "Charlie Batch jersey."
 
2012-12-29 06:04:43 PM
Chicken pot, chicken pot, chicken pot pie!
 
2012-12-29 06:05:04 PM
"It said official online store, Pittsburgh Steelers, the official logo was there," Silvio said.

And I'm a french model. Dumbass. When the URL says www.chingchongcheapchinashirts.cn, it's probably not a legit NFL outlet.
 
2012-12-29 06:05:12 PM
Problem #1? Ordering a Charlie Batch jersey. She's wanted one for a long time? Honey, they've been on clearance for at least 5 years.
 
2012-12-29 06:05:42 PM

vossiewulf: Green alien Chinese sex slaves, of course.


FTFY so we can keep the topic somewhat related...

www.hotcute.cn

dudi.files.wordpress.com

th06.deviantart.net
www.dagospia.com
 
2012-12-29 06:06:29 PM
...clicked on the second link

Who even does that?
 
2012-12-29 06:07:53 PM
Silvio said she's embarrassed to admit it

Oh really.
 
2012-12-29 06:10:11 PM
I had this happen to me once when I ordered an official NFL Miami Dolphins jersey with Dan Marino's name on it from Bumpkin Billy's official NFL site. Instead of Miami Dolphin's Dan Marino Jersey I got an old dirty Fat Albert T-shirt with Fat Albert's name crossed out and the name "Nose Picking Nellie" written underneath it. I knew it was fake because Fat Albert the Cosby Kids played for the Kansas City Chiefs.
 
2012-12-29 06:11:31 PM
Brick-House: That third picture, is that from a game or something? CGI is pretty wild now.
 
2012-12-29 06:12:45 PM

Apos: "Full refund is not fair to us."

I read this in James Hong's voice.


Oooooh, good call, that!


TheMysticS: *snert*


I *had* to!
 
2012-12-29 06:14:16 PM
It's a well known fact that Steeler fans aren't very bright.
 
2012-12-29 06:15:56 PM

Gyrfalcon: fusillade762: Did it come with a note?

[s3.jrnl.ie image 617x455]

OK, what is that?


Chinese Labor Camp Worker Sends Plea For Help Hidden In Cheap Halloween Decorations
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-12-29 06:17:42 PM
Women's clothes are never the right size. Why is this news?
 
2012-12-29 06:19:18 PM
Yeah, my sister was telling me last night about a number of returns she had customers bringing in that were knock-offs. She works for an Uggs of Australia boutique and had one woman open the box and realize right away that her husband gave her knock-offs and came into the store to get the legit ones. Husband thought he was saving $30 off of $190 boots and got a cheaply made product instead that his wife recognized as fake without even touching them.

Then she told me at least 3 people came in with knock-off Christmas gifts wanting exchanges without knowing they were fakes until their teen daughters pointed it out Christmas morning.
 
2012-12-29 06:21:37 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Apos: "Full refund is not fair to us."

I read this in James Hong's voice.

Oooooh, good call, that!



Heh....Thanks.
 
2012-12-29 06:23:09 PM

KatjaMouse: Yeah, my sister was telling me last night about a number of returns she had customers bringing in that were knock-offs. She works for an Uggs of Australia boutique and had one woman open the box and realize right away that her husband gave her knock-offs and came into the store to get the legit ones. Husband thought he was saving $30 off of $190 boots and got a cheaply made product instead that his wife recognized as fake without even touching them.

Then she told me at least 3 people came in with knock-off Christmas gifts wanting exchanges without knowing they were fakes until their teen daughters pointed it out Christmas morning.


The crime is that anyone still buys or wears Uggs.
 
2012-12-29 06:23:41 PM
I'll bet the Chinese slave factory workers even think it's funny that someone ordered a Charlie Batch jersey.
 
2012-12-29 06:25:32 PM
A phony steelers jersey with Obamas name on it? Ironic.
 
2012-12-29 06:28:34 PM
This reminds me of when I was in Nam.  A lot of good men died in that sweatshop.
 
2012-12-29 06:29:31 PM
The seller's blog is truly remarkable. (pops)

A sample:

"I apperceive I didn't play able-bodied endure anniversary," said accumulation, who threw three interceptions during the 20-14 abruptness accident in Cleveland. "Any time that you accept addition befalling like this anniversary, for me it's traveling out there and authoritative abiding I don't accomplish those mistakes afresh."
 
2012-12-29 06:30:08 PM

Rapmaster2000: This reminds me of when I was in Nam.  A lot of good men died in that sweatshop.


You're confusing your life with Rambo.
 
2012-12-29 06:31:36 PM
Her first clue should have been that they were selling Charlie Batch jerseys.
 
2012-12-29 06:34:45 PM

fusillade762: Gyrfalcon: fusillade762: Did it come with a note?

[s3.jrnl.ie image 617x455]

OK, what is that?

Chinese Labor Camp Worker Sends Plea For Help Hidden In Cheap Halloween Decorations


Scary.
 
2012-12-29 06:35:02 PM
*Warning....personal feelings about to appear*

So if she was dumb enough to buy this shirt I'm guessing she was dumb enough to vote for him, too.
 
2012-12-29 06:35:05 PM

KatjaMouse: She works for an Uggs of Australia


Hard to believe but that porn site was below my own standards.
 
2012-12-29 06:36:28 PM

Farkenhostile: It's a well known fact that Steeler fans aren't very bright.


25.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-12-29 06:37:36 PM

MadSkillz: KatjaMouse: Yeah, my sister was telling me last night about a number of returns she had customers bringing in that were knock-offs. She works for an Uggs of Australia boutique and had one woman open the box and realize right away that her husband gave her knock-offs and came into the store to get the legit ones. Husband thought he was saving $30 off of $190 boots and got a cheaply made product instead that his wife recognized as fake without even touching them.

Then she told me at least 3 people came in with knock-off Christmas gifts wanting exchanges without knowing they were fakes until their teen daughters pointed it out Christmas morning.

The crime is that anyone still buys or wears Uggs.


Fads are fads, but I love my UGGS. Not as much as my geeky renny-fair made sheepskin- lined boots, but they are nice.
 
2012-12-29 06:41:19 PM
Well, this is as good as place as any...

The second most irritating thing about that "OH MY GOSH!" Fathead commercial is that even though Fathead is a licensed NFL company, the kid's dad is wearing a fake Bradshaw jersey.
 
2012-12-29 06:53:10 PM
Back in the early 90's, my girlfriend asked me if I could have any gift (reasonable) in the world, what would it be. I told her 'an authentic Steeler jersey'. She actually called the team and got put through to the right people to buy one. Today, we have been married almost 12 years and the jersey has been worn for EVERY game for the last 17 seasons. Its one of the few authentic ones I've seen that is actually fitted to wear shoulder pads under it. No matter the team, its freakin' awesome.

How you would consider buying an 'official' jersey from anyone other than the team's website or the NFL and even remotely think it would be authentic, is beyone me. Its reasonable to think the good ones aren't going to come cheap and if you do find one cheap, it probably is either fake or a non authentic one.
 
2012-12-29 07:05:09 PM

MadSkillz: KatjaMouse: Yeah, my sister was telling me last night about a number of returns she had customers bringing in that were knock-offs. She works for an Uggs of Australia boutique and had one woman open the box and realize right away that her husband gave her knock-offs and came into the store to get the legit ones. Husband thought he was saving $30 off of $190 boots and got a cheaply made product instead that his wife recognized as fake without even touching them.

Then she told me at least 3 people came in with knock-off Christmas gifts wanting exchanges without knowing they were fakes until their teen daughters pointed it out Christmas morning.

The crime is that anyone still buys or wears Uggs.


At least they're not Crocs.
 
2012-12-29 07:05:13 PM

gc.c: subtard fails as much as the lady in the article:

Subby: " Woman SHOCKED to find the "official" jersey she bought on-line from a Chinese website selling Steelers jersey with President Barack Obama's name on it isn't really official"

Article: "Charlie Batch jersey."


Lesson #439 on how to get a greenlight.
 
2012-12-29 07:06:31 PM

Gordon Bennett: The seller's blog is truly remarkable. (pops)

A sample:

"I apperceive I didn't play able-bodied endure anniversary," said accumulation, who threw three interceptions during the 20-14 abruptness accident in Cleveland. "Any time that you accept addition befalling like this anniversary, for me it's traveling out there and authoritative abiding I don't accomplish those mistakes afresh."


LOL I'm assuming "accumulation" is what you get when you translate Batch from English to Chinese to Engrish. That's probably just an AP article run through a double translation.
 
2012-12-29 07:12:47 PM
"I thought I was dealing with a reputable website, but I was wrong," Silvio said.

"I want other Pittsburghers to know, do not use http://Nicesteelers.com, because they're a rip-off,"



Seems legit. Isn't that the standard URL format for all licensed NFL merch?
 
2012-12-29 07:14:56 PM

Grumpynuts: *Warning....personal feelings about to appear*

So if she was dumb enough to buy this shirt I'm guessing she was dumb enough to vote for him, too.


She voted for Charlie Batch?
 
2012-12-29 07:18:27 PM

MadSkillz: The crime is that anyone still buys or wears Uggs.


Believe it or not they have some really cool styles other than the fugly ankle length winter boots.
 
2012-12-29 07:25:04 PM
Insert "typical stupid Steelers fan" joke here.

/I bleed Ravens, baby
 
2012-12-29 07:40:16 PM

baltimoreblonde: Insert "typical stupid Steelers fan" joke here.

/I bleed Ravens, baby


Yeah!
 
2012-12-29 07:52:39 PM

iron_city_ap: Back in the early 90's, my girlfriend asked me if I could have any gift (reasonable) in the world, what would it be. I told her 'an authentic Steeler jersey'. She actually called the team and got put through to the right people to buy one. Today, we have been married almost 12 years and the jersey has been worn for EVERY game for the last 17 seasons. Its one of the few authentic ones I've seen that is actually fitted to wear shoulder pads under it. No matter the team, its freakin' awesome.

How you would consider buying an 'official' jersey from anyone other than the team's website or the NFL and even remotely think it would be authentic, is beyone me. Its reasonable to think the good ones aren't going to come cheap and if you do find one cheap, it probably is either fake or a non authentic one.


I wear Batman Underoos whenever I watch the Dark Knight.
 
2012-12-29 07:57:18 PM
Because it would have been incredibly hard to go to one of the million stores in the Pittsburgh area that sells steelers' jerseys. There's a mall just down the road from me that has lost so many stores that they may as well close it down..,but there's about 5 stores inside that have steeler stuff.
 
2012-12-29 08:07:01 PM

iron_city_ap: Back in the early 90's, my girlfriend asked me if I could have any gift (reasonable) in the world, what would it be. I told her 'an authentic Steeler jersey'. She actually called the team and got put through to the right people to buy one. Today, we have been married almost 12 years and the jersey has been worn for EVERY game for the last 17 seasons. Its one of the few authentic ones I've seen that is actually fitted to wear shoulder pads under it. No matter the team, its freakin' awesome.

How you would consider buying an 'official' jersey from anyone other than the team's website or the NFL and even remotely think it would be authentic, is beyone me. Its reasonable to think the good ones aren't going to come cheap and if you do find one cheap, it probably is either fake or a non authentic one.


Might want to get that jersey checked out. Pretty sure it's "Steelers" not "Steeler".
 
2012-12-29 08:15:04 PM

tiamet4: baltimoreblonde: Insert "typical stupid Steelers fan" joke here.

/I bleed Ravens, baby

Yeah!


Ditto!

Also, emotional win? I guess it had to be, because it still didn't do anything for them season-wise, but whatever.

/Multiple Official Ravens jersey owner, because I'm not a cheap-ass Steelers fan.
 
2012-12-29 08:17:58 PM
To be fair the authentic ones are made in China too.
 
2012-12-29 08:26:21 PM
www.mcpeepants.com
 
2012-12-29 08:28:41 PM
I'd buy a Barack "The Islamic Shock" Obama, Kenyan national team jersey.
 
2012-12-29 08:42:01 PM

aimtastic: And now she's mad that she got what she paid for.

 
2012-12-29 08:43:44 PM
I guess I shouldn't be shocked that some people still believe everything they read on the internet.

Seriously, though, you are farking stupid if you don't realize, and are shocked that "nicesteelers.com" isn't actually an official NFL merchandise site.
 
2012-12-29 09:00:01 PM
Authentic. img.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-29 09:05:13 PM

baltimoreblonde: Insert "typical stupid Steelers fan" joke here.

/I bleed Ravens, baby



Oh. The Baltimore Browns. Well, carry on, then.
 
2012-12-29 09:06:02 PM
gc.c:
"subtard fails as much as the lady in the article:

Subby: " Woman SHOCKED to find the "official" jersey she bought on-line from a Chinese website selling Steelers jersey with President Barack Obama's name on it isn't really official"

Article: "Charlie Batch jersey."

Either you didn't read the article or you cannot understand the title, because subby's correct.
 
2012-12-29 09:09:48 PM

moonage daydream: I guess I shouldn't be shocked that some people still believe everything they read on the internet.


I'm a french model. BONJOUR!

Seriously, though, you are farking stupid if you don't realize, and are shocked that "nicesteelers.com" isn't actually an official NFL merchandise site.

Took a quick look and actually not that bad. I only spotted 2 Engrish problems at first glance, and they had a nice Jack Labert pic on the front page. I've seen WAY worse Chinese knock-off sites than this one.
 
2012-12-29 09:29:23 PM

KatjaMouse: MadSkillz: The crime is that anyone still buys or wears Uggs.

Believe it or not they have some really cool styles other than the fugly ankle length winter boots.


I will promptly call bullshiat on that one.
 
2012-12-29 09:42:14 PM
WHO DECIDED THIS WAS NEWS
 
2012-12-29 09:58:00 PM

Gordon Bennett: The seller's blog is truly remarkable. (pops)

A sample:

"I apperceive I didn't play able-bodied endure anniversary," said accumulation, who threw three interceptions during the 20-14 abruptness accident in Cleveland. "Any time that you accept addition befalling like this anniversary, for me it's traveling out there and authoritative abiding I don't accomplish those mistakes afresh."


Yeah, and their "About Us" page certainly screams "Pittsburgh!"
 
2012-12-29 10:07:13 PM

GLove88mph: WHO DECIDED THIS WAS NEWS


Welcome to "It's not news, it's Fark", the official Web site of stuff that isn't really news. I hope you're enjoying your first day discussing stuff that isn't news. Please continue to notice that not only is this stuff not news, it's not even pretending to be news. Thank you.

(can someone run this through Babelfish three or four times so it's incoherent, please? Thanks)
 
2012-12-29 10:07:20 PM
The websites sell the jerseys for $30 each. If the official team store/website sold jerseys for, say, even $100 I'd buy the jersey from them, but they want $300.

I can accept some loose threads on the numbers and an NFL logo that's a bit crooked for 90% off.
 
2012-12-29 10:07:22 PM
From the Blog link on that fake website.. comedy gold...

Ben Roethlisberger threw actual little and talked even beneath on the aboriginal day he tossed a football with aggregationmates back getting afflicted 21/2 anniversarys ago.
Does his aberrant blackout beggarly he's artlessly not accessible to play, even adjoin the battling Ravens - a aggregation the Steelers anchorage't baffled in 5 tries afterwards their authorization quarterback?
Roethlisberger's bound convenance accord Wednesday suggests his confused rib and shoulder-rebackwardd sternoclavicular collective injuries anchorage't healed abundant for him to play. Roethlisberger's ablaze bandying concluded even afore some players accomplished the convenance acreage.

 
2012-12-29 10:09:03 PM

GLove88mph: WHO DECIDED THIS WAS NEWS


It's not news, it's FARK dot com.
/Subby.

Now, CSB:
I was eating in Primanti's and this table near me had these typical loud mouth breathing jockaholics yakking on and on about the "Stillers" and how farking amazing they were. Me I hate Jockaholics, and the worst kind is a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Which is why I moved from there. I can live in a town full of assholes. Nothing against the team. In the 70's I knew a few and babysat for them during away games. Nothing like beer in the fridge and a new playboy on the coffee table to take the sting out out a crisp C-Note to make sure an infant is cooing. SO I stand up and turn around and in the booth behind them I notice having lunch is Art Rooney. The jockaholics are oblivious to his presence. I said, "You guys mind holding it down? I'm trying to eat over here and besides, the name of the team isn't the Stillers, which you might know , had you any brains" *O_0"
And they lit into me for a few seconds and I held up my hands and said, "Look! I'll bet you $50 cash EACH (There were four of them, pot bellied and stupid as any yinzer off the street) that the "Stillers" is not the name of the team. And walked over to Mr Rooney and said, "Sir, Have we ever met before?"
and he said no. So I said, " Would you mind holding my money on this gentleman's wager?" And he said, "Not at all, son" Then he stood up and turned around and said, "I guess you all don't mind me holding all of your money on this wager, if you're men enough to take it"
You could have heard a hoagie drop in the kitchen out back. The jaws were lowered and they all knew it was call time. After Mr. Rooney had collected $200 from them, he looked at me and said, "So what do you think the name is?"
"Think?" I said, "Why I know it is the Pittsburgh Pirates Football Club"
He looked at the table of jockaholics and said, "Well, I guess you big fans all know who *I* am. Kid's right. The name on the official charter is the Pittsburgh Pirates Football Club" and handed me the money. Then he took out a cigar, and I went back to my hoagie at the bar.
Didn't hear a peep out of those jerks for the rest of my lunch.
End CSB.
 
2012-12-29 10:10:00 PM

Gyrfalcon: (can someone run this through Babelfish three or four times so it's incoherent, please? Thanks)


Meowsaiadthedog is on vacation. Sorry.
 
2012-12-29 10:10:20 PM

gc.c: subtard fails as much as the lady in the article:

Subby: " Woman SHOCKED to find the "official" jersey she bought on-line from a Chinese website selling Steelers jersey with President Barack Obama's name on it isn't really official"

Article: "Charlie Batch jersey."


Did YOU RTFA? She was looking for a Batch jersey. The site also sells Obama jerseys. Reading is fundamental.
 
2012-12-29 10:12:16 PM
Was it game used?
 
2012-12-29 10:12:57 PM
 
2012-12-29 10:22:49 PM

vudukungfu: GLove88mph: WHO DECIDED THIS WAS NEWS

It's not news, it's FARK dot com.
/Subby..


ah oldtimer, i know you have been coming here for a long time, but things change. now it is "real news. real funny" (seriously, go check the top left side of the page). just another change gone by the wayside...

/r.i.p. green ribbon of iran solidarity
//you'll get over it
 
2012-12-29 10:25:01 PM

divgradcurl: seriously, go check the top left side of the page


If you weren't a liter, it would say "Wits or GTFO"
or something of the sort.
 
2012-12-29 11:16:04 PM

bborchar: Because it would have been incredibly hard to go to one of the million stores in the Pittsburgh area that sells steelers' jerseys. There's a mall just down the road from me that has lost so many stores that they may as well close it down..,but there's about 5 stores inside that have steeler stuff.


The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills? I can immediately think of three shops inside there where I could theoretically get a jersey, and I say theoretically because I only jet in there for the movie theater and the least scary comic shop I know of in a hundred miles.
 
2012-12-29 11:20:21 PM
 
2012-12-29 11:27:50 PM

vudukungfu: divgradcurl: seriously, go check the top left side of the page

If you weren't a liter, it would say "Wits or GTFO"
or something of the sort.


if if and buts were candy and nuts, christmas would be everyday. sponsor me so that i may see behind the curtain? :-)
 
2012-12-29 11:43:31 PM

divgradcurl: :-)


Trust me. You don't want to go there.
It's a dark and mysterious labyrinth with pitfalls and places so frightening that the elders of Fortune (or is it forchan?) refuse to pass there. A dark hive of villany and scum, filled with wretched creatures hunched over keyboards spattered with crusty fluids, dried from neglect and discontent. A place of fear and torment and gnashing of teeth. They lay in wait of the newb who dares descend to the bowels of the Fark server and will lay upon you the vengeance of the unlaid, unwashed, and discontented.

Nah. What am I saying here? That I'm tryin' real hard to be the shepherd here?
I'd do it, but as you can see by my lack of shiny, that I wouldn't even do that to myself.

That would be your first clue that it's not all the promised land of unicorns farting rainbows, and puppies rolling in piles of kittens and free candy and pictures of naked Farkettes.

Actually. There are pictures of naked Farkettes, but...
You've been warned.
NO.
I don't even know you and you are a complete stranger and I cannot do that to a person.
I cannot commit a random soul to the possible degradation, humiliation, and subjugation of the man behind the curtain.
Just trust me on this one. It really says "wits or GTFO" then it randomly repeats about a dozen or so other cutsey things like a Zombo message while the simians toss the remains of the day at you and mock liters, then pick their teeth with the bones of the few who dare to peek at them.
 
2012-12-29 11:44:42 PM

vudukungfu: sold out


So you're saying that they should... *puts on sunglasses* Order another Batch?
 
2012-12-29 11:45:31 PM

regretlesspanda: vudukungfu: sold out

So you're saying that they should... *puts on sunglasses* Order another Batch?


Ooooooooooooooooooooooo.
You're gooooooood.
 
2012-12-29 11:47:43 PM

regretlesspanda:

So you're saying that they should... *puts on sunglasses* Order another Batch?


Real good.
Like you know me.
 
2012-12-30 12:02:28 AM
vudukungfu:

if you are trying to tempt me, it is working. but if i have to go down, i am taking you with me. you should remember me as the ghost of christmas future.
 
2012-12-30 12:08:06 AM

divgradcurl: you should remember me as the ghost of christmas future.


Yet to come.
 
2012-12-30 12:44:15 AM
Look at the site for few seconds. Read the Ingrish. Imagine the kind of person who would buy something from a vendor who "are NFL manufacturer of Barack Obama Reebok Jersey and Barack Obama Nike Jersey" (sic)

It is clear that we need free birth control now, or perhaps to bring back forced sterilization.
 
2012-12-30 01:23:33 AM

BMFPitt: moonage daydream: I guess I shouldn't be shocked that some people still believe everything they read on the internet.

I'm a french model. BONJOUR!

Seriously, though, you are farking stupid if you don't realize, and are shocked that "nicesteelers.com" isn't actually an official NFL merchandise site.

Took a quick look and actually not that bad. I only spotted 2 Engrish problems at first glance, and they had a nice Jack Labert pic on the front page. I've seen WAY worse Chinese knock-off sites than this one.


"Exclusive NFL Charlie Batch Jerseys for sale at our website! Just feel free to visit all the jerseys in our Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey Shop. Charlie Batch Jersey here is very cheap but with the good quality, and it is suit for all the fans. The Charlie Batch Jersey offers a great performance feel and comfortable fit. Don't miss it!"

This looks legit.

Mr. Coffee Nerves: The websites sell the jerseys for $30 each. If the official team store/website sold jerseys for, say, even $100 I'd buy the jersey from them, but they want $300.

I can accept some loose threads on the numbers and an NFL logo that's a bit crooked for 90% off.


This is my issue, too. If they wanted $50 for a Jersey, fine. I think last I looked I saw them for $180+. Just double checking, right now, though, most jerseys appear to go for $100, which is more sane than I recall it being, but still absurd.
 
2012-12-30 03:52:00 AM

divgradcurl: vudukungfu: divgradcurl: seriously, go check the top left side of the page

If you weren't a liter, it would say "Wits or GTFO"
or something of the sort.

if if and buts were candy and nuts, christmas would be everyday. sponsor me so that i may see behind the curtain? :-)


It's like regular Fark only everyone is even more pretentious. ;)
 
2012-12-30 09:30:17 AM

Gyrfalcon: ;)


Honesty on the main page.
Wow.
 
2012-12-30 12:35:15 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: The websites sell the jerseys for $30 each. If the official team store/website sold jerseys for, say, even $100 I'd buy the jersey from them, but they want $300.



Sooo, people are spending $300 on a sports shirt? My thoughts on sports fans continue to be confirmed.
 
2012-12-31 12:37:33 PM
Last Post.
 
2012-12-31 02:05:05 PM

vudukungfu: Last Post.


Bull.
 
2012-12-31 02:43:30 PM
last post.
 
2012-12-31 05:09:16 PM

vudukungfu: last post.


You win. You got the last post.
 
2013-01-01 07:43:19 PM

Benjimin_Dover: vudukungfu: last post.

You win. You got the last post.


yay
 
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