Welcome To The Internet, the tracksuit


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/11/16/welcome-to-the-internet-the-t.html


#2

That kid’s face is tragically misplaced on the sweatpants


#3

But is it really? :smirk:


#4

For a certain demographic (NAMBLA), it is not.


#5

I’m amazed that the book has zero reviews on Amazon!


#6

Wait, they encouraged kids to use the internet? Didn’t they know it’s a wretched hive of scum and villainy?


#7

Just a quick heads-up: according to a variety of business and site review sites (BBB,TrustPilot, SiteJabber, etc.) there have been many, many complaints alleging that Getonfleek.com is a scam. I’m not linking to them because I’m not sure if that’s ok to do on BoingBoing, but it doesn’t take more than a light Google/Bing/DuckDuckGo/Yahoo/AltaVista/Lycos/Dogpile search or two to turn them up. Anyway, I’m not certain that it’s a scam–could be they got review-bombed by a competitor or something–but I wanted to throw that out there just in case. I’d encourage anyone considering buying this product to do some research first and come to your own conclusions. As always: caveat emptor. Anyone have any experience ordering from them?


#8

Nice, but I still prefer http://welcometointernet.org/. Although the tracksuit probably doesn’t use Flash, which is a point in its favor.


#9

8326f_funny-captions-dont-worry-were-from-the-internet


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#11

df980306


#12

Old person shaking his fists, I know. But seriously, I was using the Net since 1988. 1999 isn’t nostalgic – it’s practically now.


#13

“Reboot!!”


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I… would buy a shirt with that pattern TODAY.


#16

I know what I’m wearing xmas morning! :grin:


#17

Another Skyrim fan - welcome


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