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This has ruined my amazon recommendations forever

Every time I see one of these, I have to click on it to see it up close, so now Amazon is like "Wow, you sure like looking at these shirts. Why don't you buy yourself something nice?"

You've likely already seen the three wolf moon shirt (if you haven't, catch up with how it became a known thing), but it turns out they make all sorts of shirts. The company is "The Mountain" if you want to look them up, but these are ones that seem to have the most narrow market possible.








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  • Blogger Val says so:
    January 17, 2012 at 4:24 PM  

    It would be nice if Amazon had a "This is what we noticed you seem to like" section of their site, where you can go and unclick "t-shirts with eagles, wolves and unicorns while we're at it."

    But then, who would buy them? top