Black tshirts in the workplace are just easier to get away with than colored ones. Especially if they only have some cryptic binary joke, 2600 reference, or other geek nonsense on them in plain text. ASCII shirts. Joy! Don’t expect this to be the most colorful post you’ll ever see on OMGTees btw.
Howdy is a japanese shirts, stretching the ASCII definition a little thin, but hey, lets go with it. From jbox.
Beyond ASCII, comes binary ASCII. You are Dumb from ThinkGeek geek elitism at its best.
ºoº has nothing to do with mice. Or animations. Or free stuff you get with burgers. At all. Honest.
ASCII Helicopters litter cafepress and other sites, but ROFL from ThinkGeek is the best executed, and so the one you should buy.
With ASCII comes HTML, the simplest markup is always the best. <GEEK> from ThinkGeek just confirms what everyone knew already! How do I know? You’re reading a list of ASCII Tshirts dude! Normal people just don’t do that.
TIE Fighter in ASCII. If you don’t think the <GEEK> tshirt is emphatic enough. Try this. KeyStrokeTshirts.
“You see the arrow means ‘is greater than’ in math”. Practice that phrase if you buy this tee, you’ll need it. i > u from ThinkGeek
Metal. Up yer ASCII. well yes, indeed! From Crack Smoking Shirts.
From ASCII to HEX. Black printed in black on black in hex. Shiny. #000000 from ThinkGeek
O’RLY from Zazzle.com. Again, many many many versions of this out there, but this seems the most elegantly executed.
Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night in ASCII. Who could resist buying this for an aunts Christmas, making her wear an ASCII shirt without even knowing it. At Computergear.com.
Emoji are Japanese emoticons. Some of them scare me. This one just looks confused. At PCR.
</emo> Poor little emo kids. Don’t let them see you wearing this. They might cry. Or gain a sense of amazing power that they drove you to change your shirt. Yet more fake HTML, but it’s all ASCII really. Another from CrackSmokingShirts.
That HEX code. Sometimes a bit of ASCII can get you in trouble. Don’t hide it on your blog, wear it on your chest. From NerdyShirts.
Space Invaders. Back in the day almost all games pretty much WERE ASCII. So immersive! From NerdyShirts.
Finally Bad Ascii, Linux, and a few others at CafePress.com (just search for ascii, there are thousands, mostly awful!) to satisfy those looking for some black on white Ascii Tee action. Don’t say we don’t look after all tastes!