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    (Original post by stefan1991)
    if you are willing to pay £35 for it, then it is worth £35. Depends how much you like it. I wouldn't pay more than £50 for a t-shirt however.

    Looking at the pictures though, it looks like it's quite high quality.

    The real question is... Are you a dope chef?
    hell yeah!
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    eww no :pierre:
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    I wouldn't pay £35 for any shirt. Let alone that one.
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    Definitely would fork out good doller for a decent t shirt.. it's hard to find t shirts of good quality that are less than £30 these days anyway.
    THAT ASIDE.... No f***ing way for that piece of ****. sorry to burst your bubble but your 35 pound sterling can definitely be better spent.

    And if you can cook like a masterchef.. then props

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    LOL

    that entire brand looks like a complete rip-off of Johnny Cupcakes
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    Hell no. Not for a tshirt. I could buy 8 from primark for £32 and they have some decent designs every now and then, I go on a trip for t's there every few months. If I want something specific I normally just buy a blank t of high quality for like 3 quid and screen print/transfer on to it.
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    No...
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    No way. Wouldn't even pay that for a t-shirt that was more than a plain white tee with a transfer on it.
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    Dont piss me off.
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    No way!
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    (Original post by wavey93)
    http://www.dopechef.tv/productview.php?l=&i=222

    I'm kinda tempted. Do you think its worth it? Any suggestions?
    nope, not worth £35, looks like its worth around £11 maximum, any more and its a rip off
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    I wouldn't pay £35 for ANY shirt.
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    (Original post by Lizzzle)
    LOL

    that entire brand looks like a complete rip-off of Johnny Cupcakes
    I really like Johnny cupcakes! shame they're not uk based, do you know any other good tshirt brands?
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    Hell no, £35 for a t-shirt? But maybe that's cos I'm just another skint 16 year old.

    However if your loaded and feel good about it, then go for it.

    Or get some real dope in...:cool:
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    At first I misread it as "shirt". £35 for a nice shirt would be okay.
    But for T shirt! I don't think it's worth it
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    No.
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    (Original post by wavey93)
    http://www.dopechef.tv/productview.php?l=&i=222

    I'm kinda tempted. Do you think its worth it? Any suggestions?

    Not for this shirt, I think it's hideous but if there was something else that I really liked and was made of cotton or other natural fibers then sure, why not?
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    (Original post by wavey93)
    a fiver for postage and packaging:rolleyes:
    £5 for postage and packaging?!?

    Where are they shipping it from, Somalia? :rolleyes:
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    I'm ashamed to admit I've paid £100 for a tshirt back when I had loads of disposable cash :moon:

    Would I pay £35 for that tshirt? Nah, it looks the sort of one that lots of people would be seen wearing, why be a clone like... I like tshirts you never see others wearing.

    Elvis Jesus make some decent clothes, pretty unique looking, check them out. Downside being they're pretty expensive.
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    NO WAY, but then again it is 100% cotton so its good quality, if your rich you should get it
 
 
 
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