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How to prepare artwork for T-shirt printing – The right way November 29, 2017 06:59

The one thing that no course in the world can teach you is, what to imagine! But, once you have figured out those pictures in your head, all you need is vividness and a foolproof plan to get it printed on a T-shirt.

Here are a few elements of ‘How to’ prepare artwork for T-shirt printing that you would want to follow and avoid, to improve your productivity:

1. Use PMS colours

While most artists prefer working in RGB and CMYK modes; pros tend to use the PMS colours for its dual benefits.The PMS mode uses the most accurate colours when facing a silk screener. Thus, making colour separation a lot easier and precise for the printer.

On top of it, if your budget or design demands a halftone, then PMS is the best way to go. All you need to do is slide the colour scale from 100% down to the halftone value that matches your expectations.

2. Should you convert Text to Outlines?

Unusual designs often beg for unusual fonts. And it could take hours finding or maybe even forging that perfect style.But, all hell runs lose when you find that pinnacle font getting substituted during the design process.

This usually happens out for the following 2 reasons:

  • The embedded font files (TTF or OTF) could be corrupt and cause a misprint.
  • The computer with which you shared the final print PDF had fonts with similar names and substituted the embedded font with one of its own.

Even if that’s not always the case, the issues always persist with EPS or native file format. Instead of staying confused with which file-type you could or should use, it’s better to play safe by converting the texts to outlines. This will ensure that your fonts are always treated as images, and the printer’s computer will not attempt to autocorrect it via substitution.

3. Stick with Vectors

If preparing artwork for T-shirt printing is your everyday profession, then we would suggest you do it in vector, as much as possible. Of course, you could also be doing the same thing in raster format and try to elevate those pixels. But, designs created in vector format hold an edge over their raster counterparts. Vector designs turn out to be more detailed and make it a lot easier with colour separation.

Remember this rule of thumb, and you will have avoided multiple revisions in the future.

4. Elaborate Strokes

After following the steps stated above and following a PMS palette, the colour recognition software should not be giving you any more troubles. Still, there could be errors from the human end.

Since your printing guy could overlook the strokes incorporated by you, it is only fair to expand your strokes. You can do so by going to the ‘Object’ option and choose ‘Expand’. At times, especially when working on a great project, this tip could save you from a huge wreckage.

If there’s one quality that could make your graphic design job more perfect is ‘not to assume things’.

5. Clarity on Specs

If there’s one quality that could make your graphic design job more perfect is ‘not to assume things’. And when we forward our designs to the printer, we are almost always assuming that the final product will match our vision. Since the design is your brainchild, how can you expect the printing guy to intuitively understand its details? Truth is, you cannot.

Hence, it is best to share your designs with the printer as a detailed layout of instructions. This will not only eradicate the chances of error but also help you document the process to ideal designing. Illustrator, PhotoShop or any preferred tool for the trade can be used to create such an instructional blueprint. Or, just sketch it out in a hard copy.

6. Design Artworks for Life-Size

Now that you have clarity of the design specs, here’s what comes next. If you’re preparing designs for humans, then your final artwork should be scaled to full-size. Please do not leave these final steps to the best judgment of your printer. And the reason why has already been explained in the previous point. Defend your project’s production by sharing the exact measures with the printer.

The size of your artwork can be reset under the Document Setup Menu. In case you aren’t sure about what size to use, then use your own clothes for measuring purposes. Just strap a ruler to the shirt you wear and use it to find the ideal proportions.

7. Colour Correction

After doing tons of reiteration and overthinking about what colours to put in your artwork for T-shirt printing; the last thing you want is miscommunication. Specify each colour used in the artwork, so that there is no second guessing to it. Not only that, you will also want to work with the printing guy on what ink system they use. In case their system utilizes Pantone, then a nice shade book on Pantone can help you land the exact design.

If there’s any gap between your design’s colour and the ones available with the print agency, you can still request them to help you match colours. The issue resolves more easily if the print is being done locally; where you could supervise the process. However, for distant printers, you can exchange swatch cards to match with your final design.

But, don’t let the pursuit of perfection get the best of your budget. Always try to limit the colour selections to a threshold value between the budget and print quality. Since each colour demands an additional screen and going multi-colour can escalate things more rapidly.

8. Trial and Errors

You know your designs and also understand the precautions to be taken while preparing artwork for T-shirt printing. Now it’s the time to get your hands dirty with some real-time productions. Try printing your designs in full-colour at a few different scales, and judge the looks of it on someone. You can also pin the printed artwork onto the respective areas of the cloth, as a cheaper alternative.

Doing so will give you the actual appearance of the final product, and help you dodge a misinterpretation of the design. You know, if the designs appear on the body parts that you didn’t intend to, things could get really awkward for the bearer of your fine designer clothing.

If you really think you are ready to rock the industry with mind-boggling designs and seek projects, then Spoofytees is the place to be. We receive artwork requirements from all over the world and turn it into a design. And display your design on our site, then there is an endless stream of money waiting for you.


Spoofy tees: Best Place for T-shirt Printing Your Custom Design November 15, 2017 12:06

Spoofy tees: Best Place for T-shirt Printing your custom design:

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Spoofy tees: Best Place for T-shirt Printing your custom design

Screen printing works by pushing ink through a mesh stencil onto the T-shirt. Each color in your design needs a different stencil to be made. All of the required stencils are then lined up and printed on all the garments on an automated press using the same screens. Although this traditional process seems a little more laborious, we do screen print often passionate about our craft, saying it remains the best process for printing textiles.

Take a look at what our screen printing companies do offer.

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Spoofy tees: Best Place for T-shirt Printing your custom design

Spoofytees has been screen printing for over 7 years now. We feel passionate about the quality we produce within a turnaround time of typically 3-10 working days.

You can choose to have your design created in premium standard, discharge, plastisol, plastisol transfers or waterbed inks, or from a range of specialty inks such as metallic, neon, CMYK on Heather and glow in the dark. 

Check out our most popular clothes on the offers page to get an indication of our competitive rates. We also have prices for individual garments in an online catalogue to give you an idea of price difference. Spoofytees has a minimum order of 1pcs per design/garment.

It’s worth checking out some beautiful designs printed by Spoofytees on Our  Instagram account. A free mock-up kit, neck print guide or artwork guide for screen printing are also available to download from our site.


Graphic tees: Best Spoofytees Website To Find Your Next T-Shirt November 15, 2017 11:22

Graphic tees: Best Spoofytees Website To Find Your Next T-Shirt:

Discover the best illustrated T-shirts and graphic tees for (and from) designers, artists and illustrators – including works from Spoofytees.

When it comes to cool graphic tees and illustrated T-shirts, Spoofytees have your back - and we’ll cover it with beautifully designed t-shirts from great illustrators. We've scoured the internet for the best, most trustworthy and illustrator-friendly graphic tee websites and online stores.

Cost-effective, fun and a way to show the world the real you (even if the real you likes an odd combination of unicorns and cats), everyone needs a few great T-shirts – for those days where you want to look great but you have two minutes to get ready. Or just want to look great. T-shirts are after all a style staple, onto which you can staple your own personality - unlike the plainer bottom-half equivalent, jeans, on which ‘personality’ seems to mean ‘weirdly placed rips’. So it's important to get your tees to a T. 

Graphic tees from illustrator-run independents are the more mature, better-looking cousins of the re-hashed high street style. So let’s move away from brash, unfunny and screw-you slogan T-shirts and into the world of good design - whether you want tiny stores selling carefully selected products or sprawling art communities, with every taste possible. 

 

 


Thor: Ragnarok finally does Loki justice as a character November 8, 2017 10:12 4 Comments

Tom Hiddleston's Loki has had one of the strangest character arcs in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Thor: Ragnarok actually brings the series' best on-again, off-again antagonist squarely back to his chaotic neutral roots.

  Through the evil eyes of Loki and evil desires, this look has been created by Spoofytees to depict the devil nature of LOKI of ASGARD.

In the original Thor stand-alone film, Loki tried to overthrow his family to take command of Asgard, and transitioned seamlessly from his defeat to waging war on Earth in The Avengers. In the second Thor film, Thor: The Dark World, Loki made plays to defeat his brother, but eventually sacrifices himself to save the universe. Of course, nothing is as what it appears. Loki can never go full lawfu.

This Hulk depiction portrays a Hulk in the latest armor that is put on by Marvel from which the designers here at Spoofytees worked on there thinking on creating a Hulk fully angered (well he is always angry) in an armor.

When Ragnarok begins, Loki is still running Asgard in Odin-disguise, and very obviously playing his hand by staging elaborate theatrical tributes to honor his own sacrifices. Despite his ego, Loki has managed to run a very peaceful Asgard from the shadows. Until now. While Ragnarok is absolutely Thor's story first, the small flashes of Loki storyline show one of the biggest changes of a character in the MCU.

During a recent press junket for the film, Hiddleston addressed Loki's growth, saying “In this film, it’s about the development of the relationship between Thor and Loki as brothers. Thor has evolved, matured, and grown and Loki, in a way, is stuck in his challenges of the past.”

Hiddleston expanded on this character development in a recent interview with SlashFilm: "I’ve said this about Loki before ... the opposite of love is not hate but indifference. So the idea that Thor might be indifferent to Loki is troubling for him, because that’s a defining feature of who his character is. I don’t belong in the family; my brother doesn’t love me; I hate my brother. The idea that his brother’s like, “Yeah, whatever,” it’s an interesting development." This was Hiddleston's big draw when reading the script for Ragnarok; seeing familiarity in complicated situations create a sense of family.”

This is all perfectly encapsulated in a mid-movie scene when Thor suggests Loki should simply follow his own self-serving darkness. Thor knows Loki has good in him, but time and time again Loki has turned against his brother. Thor, in no way offering a challenge or redemption, suggests they both know Loki will always be evil until he finds reason to change from within himself.

The idea of fixing Loki has been replaced by a dismissive gesture that Loki should just attempt to find something, anything, that will make him happy. It also represents Thor washing his hands of his brother and responsibility he feels for Loki’s choices, but simultaneously extending the kind of love for his brother that no longer asks for anything in return.

In an interview with Collider, Hiddleston explained that Loki understands he can’t just be the mischievous prankster and hope to get by.

"He has to deal with the consequences of, like, ‘Oh shit – I started something here,’” Hiddleston said.

As Hiddleston said in the press junket, Loki is still battling his past. Thor's version of adulthood is moving forward, and Loki has to grow up — one way or another. Thor's refusal to weigh in on Loki’s future is far more painful than getting slammed into the ground repeatedly by a furious Hulk.

As angry as the big guy can be, he still has a swagger about him, this artwork is created by Spoofytees giving hulk the look of a muscular beast that he is. I am sure we are all fans of the body that he becomes into.

In the comics, Loki usually exists in the position of being less interested in control than in watching the fallout from his experiments on humanity. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally reached a point where Loki has run several different realms at various points in his professional mischief career, but has also experienced the defeat of a villain and the sacrifice of a hero. As a character, he's experienced each type of win and loss, but keeps winding up in exactly the same place. There's a real nihilism in trying to be a trickster god in this world, and Loki is finally at a breaking point.

  The lady that brings death upon you, from the world of Asgard, a depiction od HELA an Asgardian Goddess inspired from the marvel THOR and creating by Spoofytees designers.

The designs above were created by Spoofytees team who got inspired from the latest addition into Marvel movies THOR. After watching the movie and the trailers, the designers worked and created the above designs to go on garments hoping that these would be loved by their followers as much as they loved creating these.

       


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles T-Shirts from Spoofy Tees October 19, 2017 05:44

Cowabunga! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles t-shirts from Spoofy Tees! 

Those of us that grew up in the 80s and 90s surely remember the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Ninja Turtles were named after four famous renaissance artists: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. The foursome live in New York City and are known for fighting Shredder and the Foot Clan, and other various villains. Arguably, the Ninja Turtles are one of the most popular Comic Book superheroes, considered the franchise has crossed over to cartoons, movies, and merchandise! Overall, the Ninja Turtles are awesome and fun, and they look great on a t-shirt! If you love Ninja Turtles you will love the Ninja Turtle t-shirts from 80’s Tees. 

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Pink Michelangelo Face T-Shirt from Spoofy Tees

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White and Green Michelangelo Face Raglan T-Shirt from Spoofy Tees


Spoofytees Apparel A platform of designers tees September 25, 2017 09:14

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UK, Europe – Some think “Aloha” means only hello and goodbye, but its deeper meaning is the all-encompassing spirit of love, peace, and compassion. Spoofytees asks, "who couldn’t use a little more 'Aloha' in their lives?"

Spoofytees wants to bring some island spirit to everyday life on the mainland. This t-shirt and apparel brand lets you take your Spoof anywhere. The creator, Ashley Christie, grew up with a passion for the islands and tiki culture. She draws inspiration from Hawaiian motifs and beach iconography.

 

 

 Spoofytees has clothes for men, women, kids and infants. The line includes shirts, hoodies, tanks, leggings, mugs, tote bags, pillows, art, and home decor items. New designs are always coming, and Christie doesn’t see an end to her inspiration anytime soon, “I may be mainland living, but that doesn’t stop me from island dreaming.”

 

 Find your Spoof at Spoofytees.com.


Monumental Pen & Ink Drawing Took 3.5 Years To Complete September 21, 2017 07:22

Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda has created this Stunning Giant Pen & Ink Drawing entitled “Rebirth” The artist started working on his art piece back in 2013 inside a basement studio at the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, Wisconsin. He spent 10 hours a day working on his 13×10 foot piece and it took him 3.5 years to finish it. Read more at: http://www.123inspiration.com/monumental-pen-ink-drawing-toke-3-5-years-to-complete/

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8 Ingredients for a Successful Art Business September 20, 2017 10:56

Finding success in your art business is like creating a recipe from scratch.

It takes a blend of vision, passion, chaos, discipline, confidence, resilience, communication, and packaging to make your own unique formula.

Determining the proportions of the ingredients requires a willingness to experiment by trial and error.

Confidence and resilience help you learn from your failures.

Discipline makes you an amateur or a pro.

Your network includes people willing to “taste” your not-so-successful recipes from time to time, while they can also inspire ways to balance your ingredients for the next time around.

Start with a mix of vision and passion

Take inspiration from color, light, material, and concepts around you to formulate your vision with your passion.

These ingredients establish the base to your art career. Your ability to execute a project is rooted in your ability to blend these two items. When vision and passion are strong and well-blended, your flavors will come through.

Add in a mess

Artists, admit it, we love creating a mess. We know that from chaos comes something new—and we love sharing our new revelations.

Managing this controlled chaos is not just about the physical messiness of a studio. It takes a careful awareness to balance the combined physical, emotional, and financial costs of making art.

Without the right blend of supplies, facilities, and time, these ingredients can spiral out of control, resulting in burnout and another artwork in the trashcan. 

You have to love making sense of this mess.

(And, cut a little of the chaos out by using your Artwork Archive account to keep things organized.)

Stir in with discipline

Pay attention to the way you add discipline. If handled incorrectly, discipline can take a recipe from outstanding to tasteless in no time flat.

Discipline defines the difference between an amateur artist and a professional.

Those with devoted discipline are those who try, fail, and try again. It also takes dedication to the business aspects of your art practice. Set aside an hour a week to document your work, update your current inventory, follow up with clients and maintain your records.

Having a strong idea of how to split up your week helps make this discipline easier to follow suggests Chicago artist, Jordan Scott.

“I split the week up in terms of 70/30. The 70% is the actual making of the work and the 30% is the getting of supplies, communicating with galleries and updating Artwork Archive … the 'back office' stuff."

Add 8 to 80 parts confidence

Flavor to taste.

Keep in mind that not enough confidence weakens the flavor and impact of this recipe, but too much can be a punch in the face.

Like vanilla extract, confidence tastes better when it is pure and not an imitation. Think about where you gather your confidence and use that as a jumping off point.

Another way to think about your confidence is to think about it as if you are adding caffeine to your recipe. Caffeine can come in a variety of strains and from a number of origins. Don’t be afraid to test out new strains from time to time.

Combine communication and resilience

The distinctive flavor of your recipe comes together with communication and resilience. At this stage, your art career starts to take shape. You are now ready to think about what your audience wants to experience.

Communication helps you know what people enjoy about your recipe.

Try scheduling communication ahead of time so you never miss an appointment or connection with galleries and collectors.

Resilience helps you compare your original vision and passion with feedback from your audience. With the right mix of confidence, you’ll know which ingredients and feedback mix well and which do not.

When communication and resilience are balanced, your customers will return for more. If they don't, you can turn back to resilience to start from scratch all over again.

Let time to simmer

Your artwork needs time to cook. While keeping a watchful eye on the heat, take a step back to see how it’s all coming together.

As you let your pieces simmer, think about how you handled each ingredient. Did you schedule communication before you were up against a deadline?

Avoid constantly living in survival mode with Artwork Archive’s new reminder system.

This new feature helps you easily coordinate times to reach out to your gallery (or galleries) to learn which pieces are selling the best. Or, you can set a reminder to send out emails to previous clients when you have new work available. 

Use this knowledge and power to mix in your recipe with each new batch of artwork.

Put on the final touches

The work isn't over at this final stage. You’re now responsible for making the portions and presentation. How will they consume your recipe?

Add your branding by thinking about how you want to serve your art to customers.

The final package should reflect everything you’ve put into the recipe and you as an artist. Present yourself professionally by taking high-quality photos, uploading your work to your public portfolio, and printing professional PDF reports to give your gallery. 

Like many recipes, success takes time, effort and a lot of trial and error. It also requires a hungry audience.

With a willing network of first-tasters, you can find a combination that works for you and keeps customers coming back again and again.

Never apologize for a mess, but deliver thoughtful packaging after you make a sale. Start with Artwork Archive’s inventory tools to follow through like a pro.


4 Big Art Market Trends that are Impacting the Art World September 20, 2017 10:51

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Current world events are causing hesitation in spendingbuying patterns show some caution, but not when it comes to the arts.

Most art market reports for the second half of 2017 agree that current uncertainty in politics and economics is affecting high-end spending. People are turning to experts and data to guide their decisions, and statistics show a shift from buying art from auctions to art dealers.

Art dealers are closing 63% of art sales, while auction houses experienced a 19% decline in sales in 2017. Trust, transparency, and discretion are key factors that collectors seek in a dealer’s reputation.

Overall, the outlook for the global art market is increasingly positive for 2017 with an 18% increase in a positive outlook combined with an 8% decrease in negative opinions from 2016.

Mid-market prices between $10,000 and $50,000 see an uptick, while artworks over $1 million see a pullback.

Meanwhile, because of changing spending patterns, galleries are reserving high-dollar art pieces in their stock to avoid flooding the market and driving prices down. Buyers are feeling more confident with mid-market prices, and with this rise in optimism, collectors are purchasing more emerging, though riskier, artists.

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The online marketplace is changing the game in a big way.

Auction houses are feeling pressured by smaller online auction platforms and new online marketplaces for selling art. Young collectors are open to risky, new endeavors, and are turning to social media to research new trends, engage with artists, and purchase artwork. Collectors, in general, find these new online technologies easier to engage directly with artists and find investment-worthy pieces at affordable prices.

Now is a great time to start collecting art, especially if you have a few favorite artists in mind.

Collecting art feeds passion in the heart—very few people collect art purely for financial returns. If you’ve been following a few artists but haven’t made a purchase yet, the current market is lively and strong.

While future economic factors will influence values and prices, these calculations don’t compare to the satisfaction in acquiring a piece that you love and can afford. Look to up-and-coming markets in Latin America and Russia, and continually growing sectors in Chinese and Asian art. American and European art are highly likely to increase.

And, if paintings are out of your price range, look for photography, new media, and installation art to gain popularity, especially among young collectors as they nurture their budding collections.

What conclusions can we draw from these findings?

It’s clear that the art market continues to hold strong, even with the changing social and economic landscapes. However, the market is also evolving, shifting more of the sales to online platforms where it is easier to discover and invest in emerging artists.

Looking for a simple and secure way to manage your art collection? Sign up for your free 30 day trial of Artwork Archive.

These findings were based on the following market reports: TEFAF Art Market Report 2017Art Basel’s 2017, Global Art Market ReportInternational Collectors Survey by AXA ART InsuranceLarry’s List Art Collector Report 2014The Contemporary Art Market Report by artprice


6 Worst Friendship-Ending Party Games September 19, 2017 12:52

Don’t be fooled by their brightly colored packaging, party games are vicious monsters that will pit the best of friends against each other. Maybe it’s the element of randomness inherent in these types of games that causes friendly competition to quickly become not-so-friendly. Whatever it may be, it’s obvious that even the best party games will break you down until you’re just a hollow shell of your former self. Maybe you can play a party game without arguing with your friends…nah, that’s impossible. In any case, here’s a list of the 6 worst friendship-ending party games.

1 – Mario Party

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You knew this game would be on the list, didn’t you? If you’ve ever played it you know how insufferably unfair this game can be at times. One of the most annoying parts is the element of chance inherent in the game. It’s pretty much up to luck whether you land on a good or bad space and whether you get a good or bad minigame. Speaking of minigames, does anyone else remember the old N64 Mario Party minigame that had you spinning the control stick so fast people were actually injuring their hands? Nintendo had to release protective gloves. Furthermore, the random assignment of bonus stars after the game almost always results in a fight. Things, like traveling the fewest spaces or landing on the most Bowser tiles (which you should try to avoid), are rewarded with stars! It’s ridiculous, and therefore makes this game first on our list of the six worst friendship-ending party games.

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2 – Mario Kart

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Man oh man, this game is as infuriating as it is fun. Speeding down the track, drifting around corners and bends, overtaking opponents, doing all these things are a blast. If that’s all the game was it’d be close to the perfect racing game. Once you add in some crazy items, however, you start to see how this game can ruin friendships. Blue shells are particularly frustrating. They target the player in first and will mercilessly detonate on you, destroying all the hard work you put into gaining the lead. Another particularly annoying part of the game is when you get hit by one item, spin out, and right as you are able to move you’re hit again. Nothing is worse than being inches from the finish line and getting bombarded with items until what was once a 1st place finish becomes a 9th.

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3 – Super Smash Bros

 Despite being a great game, Super Smash Bros can be absurdly rage-inducing at times. Random item drops can quickly make you go from winning to losing. Several maps will transform mid-match and cause you to die. Some characters have missiles and rockets, and players will camp one side of the stage to spam range attacks. But perhaps the worst part is how your friends play the game. Like the guy who always has an excuse for why they lost, or that one friend who taunts after every kill. Or the friend who only uses one character for every match. It doesn’t matter how it happens, rage will occur when playing Super Smash Bros if you’re taking it seriously, as demonstrated in this video.

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4 – Super Monkey Ball

 Oh. My. God. This freakin’ game. It’s impossible and frustrating as hell. Spend 30 minutes playing this game and you’ll understand what Purgatory is like. It’s nearly impossible to beat half the challenges and you’re stuck hopelessly repeating levels, crying tears of frustration. No really, the controls are so delicate that one wrong move will send you tumbling to your death off the edge of the course. As if that doesn’t sound bad enough, other players can knock into you as well, sending you once again off the edge and to your death.

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5 – BUZZ

Ahh, BUZZ, the best and worst trivia game for the Playstation. It’s great if you’re the oldest person in the room, otherwise, it’s a grueling game of endurance trying to see how long you can last while getting absolutely wrecked and not knowing a single answer to obscure trivia from the 1950s. I played with my mom and uncle once and don’t recall winning a single round. BUZZ sucks. No, really, the host is named BUZZ and he’s the worst. Imagine Steve Harvey’s dumb facial expressions mixed with what sounds like an American’s best impression of an English accent. That’s BUZZ for you.

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6 – Worms

This is a great game for anyone in a dry spell because you will most definitely be f*cked by a number of things, all completely out of your control. Whether it’s you having to go last and sit through rounds of your friends blasting you to bits, or it’s the fact that half of your worms spawned in the worst spots on the map, it’s inevitable that this game will frustrate the crap out of you. By the end of a couple rounds of getting screwed over, even the most devout nerd will be begging to go play outside.

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There’s out list of the 6 worst friendship-ending party games. So if you’ve got a friend who you’ve been meaning to have a good argument with, why not invite them over for a friendly game of Mario Party, or BUZZ Trivia? That should do the trick!

What games would make your list?


What is Spoofytees? September 19, 2017 12:35

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Learn how Spoofytees supports indie artists and helps launch careers! September 19, 2017 12:08

Learn how Spoofytees supports indie artists and helps launch careers!

Spoofy tees helps artists all over the world share their designs with 1000’s of potential customers and fans. Each SPOOFy artist receives 10% of the revenue from their sale and they retain the rights to their work!  How awesome is that?

Anyone can become an SPOOFY Artist!  All you have to do is create an account and start submitting today!


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