Is it me or is there something off about these t-shirts?
Haha, just kidding. That's the point of the slightlywrong tees, that they aren't quite right. For example, in their brilliant misquoted t-shirt world, Spock's motto "Live long and prosper" becomes "Live long and proper."
Their tagline? "T-shirts with slightly wrong quotes on them to annoy the pedants in your life."
And their pro-tip: "Insist the quote is 100% accurate."
Shut up and take my money.
Sir Patrick Stewart doesn’t play the Reskian flute, or any flute for that matter. The trick worked on me at least, because I hadn’t noticed even after seeing this episode several times over the last 26 (!) years. From Wikipedia: …As neither Stewart nor Hughes could play their instruments, it required a number of camera […]
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