Put your humor mode on with this amazing novelty print tee that reads "It's Not A Bug It's An Undocumented Feature" in distressed English text & an icon of a virus! If you're a programmer, software engineer, coder, technical consultant or freaking love funny English saying, quotes, phrases, sarcasm shirts, this is for you! Comfortable & stylish to wear during any occasion, parties, events, family gatherings, work & school! The best merry Christmas present or birthday gift idea for husband, wife, son, daughter, mom, dad, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, grandma, grandpa, or a technology friend can ask for! This awesome, cool, quality, hilarious, casual, trendy, epic, sarcasm, graphic design tee shirt will be the perfect when you're working at your favorite job! Add this to your winter wardrobe collection now!
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Commodore was a North American home computer and electronics manufacturer. Commodore development of the home–personal computer industry in the 1970s and 1980s. The company developed and marketed one of the world's best-selling desktop computers of all time, the Commodore 64 (1982) and released its Amiga computer line in 1985, both of which still have extensive legacy followings to this day. This version of the Commodore C shirt features a nice dose of vintage wear and tear to make it look like it's been around since the 80s.
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Get yourself in the holiday spirit while keeping that aesthetic clean and on the cusp of fashion. Buy yourself or your loved one the cutest holiday sweater in the galaxy! Makes a perfect early Christmas gift for your anime-obsessed SO or family member. Text translates to "Christmas is coming!". Available in T-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, phone cases, mugs & more below.
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Uncharted territories of the early maps were marked with the warning: “Here be dragons.” Cartographers filled these areas with illustrations of dragons, sea monsters and other mythological creatures. Programmers use this phrase to refer to code that is completely unreadable but somehow works.
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