Hello ever faithful readers. It's KUDL Monday and you know what that means: Another KUDL shirt.
Grading Robot has final grades due for one of his universities on Tuesday, so this one is mostly pictures with pithy comments. At least, I hope they are pithy.
How am I looking? This is a frightening photo on the left. I do not think I am even aware that a picture is being taken, so it's not like I am giving the camera person the stink eye.
Or am I?
The photo to the right was shown before, and for once, I am not referencing the former post with a link. It's a photo from costume night in 2012. We were named Zombie Grass because dead grass is yellow and dead things are zombies. If that makes no sense, then leave it alone. We're Ultimate players; we do not need to make sense.
STOP MAKING SENSE! Words to live by.
As for the picture to the right, for costume night last year, we were zombies. This is us being zombies. Josh Danks (who is usually shirtless) is in front. I am behind in my yellow nightie to give with our yellow shirts.
Really, it's not that exciting. I know.
Something happened with the Patagonia shirts we use in KUDL last year. This one seems thinner and more insubstantial than the rest. Plus, yellow is not really my color, at least this hue of yellow, because if you have been reading I have already featured several yellow shirts and wrote about my Spring yellow shirt thing, such as in T-shirt #30: Kid Flash (yes, Kid Flash, despite what's in the URL). So this shirt is more or less my work shirt. I wear it when working around the house or in the yard, which I do not do (the work that is) nearly enough.
But yesterday was more or less a day of rest, and so I decided to get pictures taking the puppy for a walk.
|"Satchel, don't pull."|
|"SATCHEL, Really, DO NOT PULL!"|
|"Dad... come on, what's the hold up.|
And what's Adam Kemp doing
with your phone?"
Since you did not get a really good look at the shirt, here's art proofs from last year that we did not use. I kind of like the disc and our league name, though, but we have to be consistent with our brand.