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That's pretty good Ken. When I have my shirt made - it's going to be simply "got wood" on the front. Just like the "got milk" commercial. On the back, will be a picture of my oven with the fires of hell going on. You can send any picture to these companies and they will embroider it for you.
Dear oh dear. But I must say, I didn't think much of the size of his woody... there are much larger ones on this forum.
This reminds me... in Swiss German, if you say a woman has lots of wood in front of her house, it means she's got big... erm, you know... twirly bits? I guess the English equivalent would be saying she's well stacked.
So women could wear woody T-shirts, too. It would increase your marketing possibilities anyway.
"Building a Brick oven is the most fun anyone can have by themselves." (Terry Pratchett... slightly amended)
Okay, you guys, this is just the tip of the twin icebergs. What is really needed is a full blown CAMPAIGN that includes a theme song. The twirly bits refrain has already been written. Get creative out there. How about: "When it's nicely stacked, then there's a woody. When you've got a woody, you can put your bun in the oven." The marketing possibilites are endless and twirly.
"Made are tools, and born are hands"--William Blake, 1757-1827