Dooyoo shirts were free for community guides back in 2001 (so i found out) but what if they started to sell them on the site? Actually, what if we could purchase them with our miles? Dooyoo miles in exchange for the merchandise. Not a bad idea, something i'd like to see.
Dooyoo could make serious cash from T-Shirts and other Dooyoo branded merchandise. I fully support the idea, i would love to have a dooyoo shirt! Even if dooyoo just makes a spreadshirt store and sells them there, on the site or even eBay. How cool would it be to get a Dooyoo sticker set to stick on the car window, xbox or computer? The T-Shirts are a start but more merchandise could be made avaliable.
Dooyoo would make money and get new visitors to the site, and we get some fun and interesting merchandise. The T-Shirts could also be used as a prize, crown of the month for instance. Dooyoo T-Shirts should be made avaliable in all sizes for both genders but should also be 100% cotton, as i personally dont buy anything other than that. Others might but i know many people for the sake of washing and ironing just buy 100% cotton just for the ease of cleaning.
This could drum up some business and make some more money for dooyoo, as i said they wouldnt even need to handle money or paypal etc, no credit cards because you could buy them with your Dooyoo Miles.
Cant say much more really, but please leave a comment if you'd like to see shirts/merchandise avaliable for purchase with or without Dooyoo Miles? Or won in competitions?
Hello, how are you? Well I hope, you can be well can't you? Good. Let me introduce myself, I have been taught manners you know, I am Geoffrey the mad mohican giraffe and I want to tell you about the new addition to my wardrobe that my friend Mr King kindly gave me. It is the DooYoo T-shirt. I was puzzled, I asked, why is it called a T-shirt. I worked out the DooYoo bit as the "T-shirt" has DooYoo printed on it and some other instructions. But T-shirt? So I spread it out on the floor of my hidey-hole and looked at the shape. It was vaguely T shaped, although a bloody fat T if you ask me. I was taught at school that a T has a thin bottom, not a fat bottom. So that was the mystery solved, a T-shirt is called that, because it looks like a fat T. Well, anyway, this T-shirt is good scalping apparel, it is nice and airy and allows good arm swinging movements, in fact I have to say that some of my best scalping moments and results have come since I started to wear the DooYoo T-shirt. Mine is a nice light grey colour, but Mr King says they also come in green or black. I would have preferred black, but as mine was a present you cannot complain and I think Mr King prefers light grey. I have an XL, which is actually far to big for me as I am a small giraffe, but Mr King also wears it and it fits him fine, although his muscles have shrunk since he got sick, so he cannot chase me as much. Ha. The DooYoo T-shirt can be acquired in other sizes, like Small, Medium and Large, but not Geoffrey the giraffe size, which is animalist and sucks. I looked at the label the other day, you know the one that tickles the back of your neck, I obviously scalped it as it was annoying me, but I also notice that it is made by "Fruit of the Loom". I know what fruit is, it is apples and pears, nanas and strawberries, which they put in pop tarts, but a loom? Well, I got my dictionary out of my satchel (it is dusty cos I have been expe
lled from school, for kicking my teacher in the shin) and a loom is a thing for weaving yarn, or when some git suddenly sticks their face out at you and it goes all vague and scary, so you scalp it. I pondered, how can any of these things make fruit? It is fruit of the loom? I pondered more and then asked Mr King, cos he knows all as he is a pretend King. He explained that, it is like saying that the T-shirt is the product of the weaving yarn type loom, as fruit grows out of trees and Fruit of the Loom are saying that there T-shirts grow out of their looms. Very clever and fancy I thought, but I bet those shirts do not really grow out of looms. I like my DooYoo T-shirt, but it has to be washed sometimes, otherwise I will be like Marvin the meer cat, who smells, because he never washes his pants. It goes in the machine that goes round and round really quickly, it is called a washing machine, which is apt, cos it washes things and is a machine. When it comes out of the machine you have to dry it and that can take a while, especially if it is rainy outside. But when it was clean and dried and ironed (as Lorraine says I look scruffy if my clothes are not ironed) it is the same shape and had not stretched and gone funny like some T-shirts do. My Harley Davidson one, did that and I nearly cried, but I didn't cos I would have been called a poof by Bradley the permanently sad looking basset hound if I had, but I would have hit him. My DooYoo T-shirt is smooth cotton, I like that, rough cotton is horrible and it sometimes beats you up when you are not looking, which is not nice, but I scalp it if it does. It is comfy, roomy (for little me) and is not a horrible cheap looking thing. It has some instructions on the back. Apparently these are for your safety, but I always feel safe with my axe anyway, but the instructions are: Step 1. Carefully remove hands from pockets before any online activity. I think this also applies before any
pole activity, unless of course you have holes in your pockets, or are not wearing bottoms with pocket, or you are wearing a sexy mini skirt. So I suppose you do not have to remove your hands from your pockets if you are not wearing clothes with pockets. Also if you are naked, you will not have pockets. So this instruction is stupid and does not cover other eventualities and so will confuse some people. Step 2. Grip mouse gently in one hand with the other type in www.dooyoo.co.uk and register free. What if you are not at your computer heh. What if you were in the middle of the jungle running and whooping and just took your hands out of your pockets, if you had pockets, you may be able to find a mouse, but you would have to be quick as mice run fast, but something to type with? If you had a laptop computer you may be OK, but your lap may be too small to be a top and the battery may be flat So this instruction does not work unless you have been told to go find a computer and sit in front of it and even so, a mouse that is a live mouse and runs around does not help with your computer, but the wheelie around thing by the computer would help. It is all so confusing. I suppose it is OK as there is a picture of a person using a computer above the instruction, but even so, it confused me. Step 3. Write your opinions on anything you like until thoroughly spent. This is a lie, I bet I could not write an opinion on the texture of giraffe dung, or twigs. So there you are the DooYoo T-shirt, I like mine, Mr King gave it to me and DooYoo gave it to him for being a mountain guide in the Andes, but you can get one, they are good for scalping, it will cost you 10,000 DooYoo miles, but they improve your scalping results and so I would have paid 10,000 DooYoo miles, but I don't have miles as I do not have my own writing area, I use Mr Kings, but perhaps I should have my own writing area? I think the claim that it is the ultimate in
sartorial elegance is silly, I looked up sartorial in my dictionary and it is all to do with men's clothes, what about females, I have never seen a female giraffe, but Lorraine is female cos she has bumps and no pole. Plus I think my dinner jacket is more sartorially elegant than the DooYoo T-shirt.
No, no, don't get cross with me. It's true! We're all doing it. Just let me explain. A couple of weeks ago all the Community Guides were asked if they'd like a DooYoo T-shirt. (For those of you who don't know, there a Guide for each category and we're here to help you. Have a look on the Community page and you'll find the link!) I'll confess I wasn't expecting a great deal from a free T-shirt - I've had too many of them before and they're usually flimsy, tatty and disintegrate the first time that they're washed, so when JP made the offer I said "yes" on the good old "it'll always come in for something and it's free" basis. Thanks JP. A few days later I answered the door and there was the postman with a big grin on his face. "DooYoo?" he said. I won't repeat my response. I opened the parcel and was very pleasantly surprised - this is a quality T-shirt. I'd been given the choice of black, grey or green. Actually JP had said it was "gree" so I suppose we've all got to be grateful he isn't employed for his typing skills. I'd chosen the grey. It's a pale grey, almost a pearly colour with a rather tasteful logo on the front in green and black - "DooYoo? What's your opinion?" The T-shirt is manufactured by Fruit of the Loom and feels like good quality, pure cotton but actually has 2% Lycra content. The sizing is pretty standard and it's a good length - certainly longer than the run-of-the-mill T-shirt, at 30 inches / 76cm for the large size. It's made from a tube of cotton, so there are no side seams to twist. Yesterday I wore it for the first time. Lovely, comfortable and it machine-washes and irons beautifully. There's only one snag which I didn't discover until I was doing the ironing this morning. I hadn't read what's written on the back. I shall now quote: <
br> "For your safety please read Step 1 [below picture of man wearing said garment] Carefully remove hands from pockets before any online activity. <br>Step 2 [below picture of computer] Grip mouse gently in one hand, with the other type in www.dooyoo.co.uk and register free. Step 3 [below picture of said male slumped in chair] Write your opinions on anything you like until thoroughly spent." Yes, I know it's only meant to be light-hearted and I don't have any great problem with churners. Most seem to reform or go - one way or the other. What I'm chuckling about is walking round with an advert on my back which will encourage more of them! It's a good T-shirt and I'd be happy to recommend them to other DooYooers. You can get them for 10000 miles (or £10) - have a look in the rewards section. Just wear them under a jacket or we'll all be off the latest 75 even faster, eh?
If people thought the Dooyoo Selector category was a bit worthless, then brace yourself for this one. Well, it's been here for ages but I just got my T-shirt, and saying as I'm bored I'm going to try to write a VU op on a T-shirt. So here goes.............. Incase you weren't aware, you don't have to trade in your hard earned Dooyoo miles for iPoints. Infact, if I were you I wouldn't move my mouse anywhere near the iPoints logo, but if you happen to fancy a change then you can always go for some of the good ol' Dooyoo merchandise. Well, I say merchandise, because at the moment that equates to a T-shirt or a T-shirt. The much fabled Dooyoo condoms have been on their way for ages, although some lucky Dooyoo members have already had some, and if I'm not mistaken given them a thorough test. There's also talk of a Dooyoo hat, but I haven't seen that mentioned anywhere. Ok, here's where I admit I didn't actually pay for mine, perk of being the category guide and all that, but infact it could do Dooyoo some good, because I reckon they're rather good, and I'm going to tell you that, and some of you are going to go out and buy one!! Or that's my plan anyway. Maybe I should ask for commission!! Once you've opted for a T-shirt perhaps an even more difficult decision is which colour to get. You've the choice of black, white and grey. And it's not as easy as you may think!! One the one hand there's black, classic black that never goes out of fashion. Strike a good contrast with the green on it too, so the black got my choice. Of course, on the other hand you have cool grey, much softer than the black, or green, which is....green! All 3 T-shirts carry the same design, with a modest 'Dooyooo, What's your opinion?' logo on the front. The back carries a small amusing Dooyoo cartoon, and the funny line 'dooyoo will make your life better. Recommended dosage
: as often as possible'. It reminds of the kind of thing I used to wear as a kid, a black T-shirt with an outlandish cartoon character on it. Except the Dooyoo ones has a more modern, slightly stylish feel. I'm not saying it's going to replace your designer gear, but I'm not embarrassed to walk down the street in it either. You've got 4 sizes to choose from, so you're bound to be able to get one to suit you. I opted for large, and it's just about the perfect size. Not too baggy, not too tight. It still costs 10,000 miles whichever size you go for, which while good for the people who need the bigger sizes (I'm sick of paying more for larger clothes!) it must annoy those shorter people who get less T-shirt for their money. Or that's how I would see it anyway!! Anyway, you pays your money and takes your choice of colour and size, and a few days later it'll arrive through your door. I must thank the nice people at Dooyoo for getting it to me at 8am on Wednesday morning, after I'd been up half the night watching News 24 all I wanted was to be woken up by a knocking postman. But not to worry, things could've been much worse. The t-shirt is a pretty well made item of clothing. The logo's are of better quality than some of the other t-shirts I've seen, although saying as I just got it I don't know how it stands up to washing machines. The materials pretty good too, not too thick it's heavy but not too thin that it feels cheap and nasty. The only criticism I have, if this is a criticism, is that it seems to attract my cats hairs more than normal clothing. Still, that's my cats fault and not the t-shirts. In true opinion style, some suggestions for improvements to the t-shirt. Well, if I'm honest there's not a great deal that can be done to improve it, but a few more colours, and some more designs wouldn't go amiss. Wouldn't mind a cool silver on
e with only the dooyoo logo on the front. Or maybe not. Top marks for what they've got already. So um, that's it. If you happen to ever be walking the streets of Alnwick (or in two weeks Durham) and see someone wearing a black Dooyoo T-shirt, that's me! Say hello!
Black T-Shirt + Dooyoo Logo = Coolness to rival the Fonse. Ehhhh! Well I have had my Dooyoo T-shirt for about 2 weeks now, and I must admit it does a lot more than cover my baby suit. Firstly the main thing is that it generates interest in Dooyoo, which has got to be a good thing. Wherever I go people are always saying, " What’s that all about on your T-Shirt ", or Maybe " Can you tell me more about that thing ". Not only does this boost the members on dooyoo, but it also earns me a couple of miles, its a winner all round really. ADVERTISMENT MAKE THE WORLD GO ROUND. LA LE LA (I’m humming by the way) ************* Yes its true, once a little birdie said to me, " Where would we be without advertising ". Immediately beautiful images started to flood my mind, TV without those annoying "Claims Direct" (you know the one with "poor" Declan Swan in them), or maybe Dooyoo without banners, a sweet bliss. However this birdie was my Uncle, and he isn’t the sharpest tool in the box, you’re going to have to trust me on that one. ANYWAY, yes, the T-Shirt advertises dooyoo with the ever familiar greeney logo, very tasty indeed, and also its got a little but of humour on the back, basically showing you the steps how to right an opinion. What the hell, here are the steps: STEP 1 - Carefully remove hands from pockets before any online activity STEP 2 - Grip mouse gently with one hand, type in WWW.DOOYOO.CO.UK with the other. STEP 3 - Write your opinions on anything you want, until you are thoroughly spent. AS you can see, it’s basically the same kind of humour used on those BT adverts. You know the ones taking the Mickey out of people who spend too much time on the net. And subsequently cant get on the outside would, holding their brollies upside down, and other really difficult things. From the feedback I have received, peo
ple like the humour involved, and the advertising catches people attention - And they also like the colour scheme, mine is black with the green logo. My mum always said green/black is a winning combination any day of the week. MAKING THE T-SHIRT WORK FOR YOU - GETTING YOUR MATES TO BE YOUR REFERRALS. ************* You think, the T-Shirt costs you 10,000 miles, if you obtain the shirt this way. And surely you can get 10 people to sign up as a result of the T-Shirts magical powers - there you have it your 10,000 back in your account. Well, if they stay active and write 10 opinions that is. But you get my drift; you can recoup some of your hard earned miles. So far 3 of my mates have signed, and about another 10 have shown an interest. Good result my son! WELL ON TO THE REAL DEAL - LOOKING COOL - THE T-SHIRT ITSELF ************* Firstly you've got a choice of 3 colours: Black (cant go wrong with a bit of the dark stuff matey), or maybe British Racing Green could take your fancy (Good for all you Sunday drivers, and generally those that like to remain in the mid-ground), finally there is dolphin grey, well its not actually called "dolphin grey", its actually just grey, but you know me: me and my dolphins! Well grey would have to be the worst out of the lot, in my opinion (backs himself up nicely), probably because it reminds me of that pooey, yes I said pooey, school uniform I had to wear. Grrr The next thing on the menu is of course the size.(See the pun - course, food, menu , get it? huh?). We’ve got the soup of the day in the form of "small". Or maybe sir would prefer the prawn cocktail, de la "medium", or if your feeling extra peckish go for the large, go on my son - give it large, ahem, yes anyway the main meal meat and two veg, is the large for today. But if you’re ready for the big daddy, XL is definitely for you sir, the big 24ounce steak
would definitely suit you sir, ohh suit you, suit you sir. Well not that I am a bloater or anything, but I do like them baggy, my t-shirts that is, so I ordered the XL. And I am please to say it fits like a glove. Which is nice. Well what can I say - the DOOYOO T-SHIRT, possibly one of the wonders of the modern world? It looks swish on you modern day dolphin. So if you want to look cool, and put something back into DOOYOO, grab yourself a T-Shirt. Oh yes and by the way, up to yet it hasn’t faded one bit, which is also good. Get your T-Shirts while you can! See you later James
Wearing nothing but a smile I staggered in the dark to switch on my computer. It had just gone midnight and the weather was hot and sticky and I couldn't sleep. Realising that the new curtains in my study were only see through voile I stood there in a mass panic, blushing from top to toe. Remembering the dooyoo t-shirt that I'd won and thrown on the chair (sorry dooyoo!) I grabbed it and settled down to the computer furiously blushing. Logging on at gone midnight and greeting my fellow dooyooers in chat with the words "I'm wearing nothing but my dooyoo t-shirt" I realised this was either a bad case of addiction or just plain sad...shall we go with the latter? Now, with the intense heat and lack of being able to sleep I decided I might as well write a new opinion. It was 1am and I was looking around the room for some inspiration when it dawned on me. They say what you're looking for is usually under your nose and it was! My T-shirt! The dooyoo T-shirts are available in green, grey and black. Mine is a lovely grey cotton one and medium which is too big for me but ironically a great length when wearing on its own! It has the dooyoo logo and the words "what's your opinion?" discreetly placed over the left breast (now now). The back is not quite as subtle, but amusing considering the occasion that I was wearing mine. It says "For your safety please read". Under that are three illustrated steps... STEP 1: "Carefully remove hands from pockets before any online activity". Now as I'm wearing nothing but my T-shirt this is proving difficult! STEP 2: "Grip mouse gently in one hand, with the other type to www.dooyoo.co.uk and register free" Good advice of course, but I've already done that, but will still grip mouse firmly..lol STEP 3: "Write your opinions on anything you like until thoroughly spent" Th
is is the best advice so far! It's now 1:10am and I am "spent". Just got to finish this off and I'm off to bed... Okay, last bit. Under the three steps is the dooyoo web site address and under that this statement: "Dooyoo will make your life better. Recommended dosage: as often as possible" Does 1:10am count? Anyway, my T-shirt came in really handy tonight, saved a few blushes and at last I'm feeling tired. Will save this and post it tomorrow. Argh! It's "tomorrow" already! As much as I love my snug dooyoo shirt I'm going to have to part with it to go to sleep...way too hot! Thanks for the shirt by the way! :-) **UPDATE** I just wanted to point out that if you weren't lucky enough to win one then you can get one from dooyoo in exchange for 10,000 miles and come in 4 sizes, XL, L, M and S.
If like me you've just won a prize in the recent dooyoo competition, chances are you will have won a dooyoo T-shirt. The dooyoo T-shirts, which cost 10,000 dooyoo points (including P & P), unless you've won one, and are available in three colours (black, green and grey) and in the four standard sizes (small, medium, large and extra large). Its difficult to write a long opinion about a T-shirt, but basically the T-shirts are stylish and you should make sure you get one this summer...
I used to have a fashionista manifesto based on the wise words of Henry Ford: "Any color so long as it's black" Black is slimming, black is cool, black is sophisticated...well, you get the gist. I'm not slim, sophisticated or cool. The pretence is over. I know many of you readers look to me for fashion tips such as: how to look like "a renegade window cleaner" and which bag will turn into "an exorcist-like green cardboard vomiter" (both from my op Billy Liar in the Wild West) Fear not though - I have reinvented myself as the anti-fashionista. I made a start at the recent Opinionated Community meet in London by wearing flares with beaded tassels (so that jo1l would know where I was on the London Underground). It was there that I acquired my second version of the dooyoo T shirt, this time in green instead of black. Of the two I would recommend the green: it is understated and cool for summer, whilst the black version has a bright green themed logo like the one on the site, which is a little too colourful for me, being a fan of muted shades. The T shirts, of whichever colour, are comfortable and of good quality. The black is very black and the green is of a khaki shade. Enough said - I ain't gonna write 3000 on a T shirt (even though I probably could on a XL).
Hi this is jamie connolly I am the proud oWner of one of these very goodly made T-shurts, and I think they are exallent. The problem with most T-shurts are they never do that extra size bigger. As I am a little over weight and like T-shurts to be a little baggy. But if they are really tight it makes me look even bigger than i already am. I hope at dooyoo you can help my needs, please please could you give me a comment, I will update this page very very soon ALL THE BEST JAMIE
I got a dooyoo.co.uk T-shirt free at Live 2000 in September 2000. Compared to similar items on offer by other companies at the event, the dooyoo t-shirts are excellent quality. The fabric is thick and wearing, and the printing hasn't faded in several washes. The stitching is great, and the caption is funny to boot. Had I not got my t-shirt for free, I would spend my spare pennies on one of these. It is a shame, however, that people visiting after seeing my shirt don't count for users' referral bonuses! Get yourself one of these beauties: trendy, well-made, and advertises dooyoo at the same time!
I got my t-shirt free at Live 2000 in london. For any one that missed the chance then start writing those reviews as it is worth it. it is made well and has an illustration on the back showing others how to use Dooyoo. If the dooyoo t-shirts are anything to go by then i cannot wait till the Dooyoo condoms are available...what will they look like? (not that it matters) Free and practical...Just like the site
Oh yes, that's correct, these T-shirts were the reason Catwalks were invented! They are so cool. I am not a geak, neither am I a tramp yet I am proud to wear my T-shirt to the finest of venues. I am wearing my T-shirt as I type. I kniow what your thinking, this guy is so uncool! Well no, Cos I am a style Saint. Get your hands on one of these T-shirts (black is best) cos they come in all sizes and they don't fade or stretch and look remarkably funny (in a comedy way!) The cool thing is when people come up to you and try to read the cartoon on the back. These are just ten quid and are well worth the investement. Give them a try. Your wardrobe is not complete without one.
Being a dooyoo fan for quite some time I've been pondering what to spend my dooyoo miles on. I'm not bothered about the money but I thought I could have some fun on the net, then it occurred to me I could get a dooyoo t shirt. I thought at first it was going to be a little cr*ppy thing with a naff logo on it. I was wrong dudes. On the front is a nice discreet dooyoo logo with 'What's your opinion?' on it and on the back of it is a pretty cool cartoon explaining, I presume in an ironic fashion, how to use the internet. It is titled 'For Your Safety Please read' and proceededs to explain how you must remove your hands from your pockets, how to use the mouse and how you may be tired after writing opinions. I love it. It's up there with my Stussy t-shirts. No one has recognised it yet but if you see anyone in Stoke Newington with dark hair wearing one - stop and say hello because it might be me.
I got my t-shirt for free at live2000 at the dooyoo stand (from a very cute guy - good choice dooyoo) and i didn't think much of it. But This T-shirt has a nice feel to it. Its comfortable and good for lazing around the house in or sleeping in. I'd be lieing if i started telling you about its fashionable aspects, sure its a comfortable T-shirt and the colour is a nice black (i mean not dark grey like some other BLACKS) I just think i would be more likely to wear this T-shirt out if i was tight-fitting and just had the front logo on (the back logo is rather bold and not my type of thing) If dooyoo started to sell baby-tee's in black like this I would be the first in line. The T-shirt is the right legnth on me it just ends slightly below the 'indecent' mark if walking around the house but is still perfect for wearing about the house with jeans or tracksuit bottoms. Thanks Dooyoo. Ci
Got one of these on Saturday from the excellent dooyoo stand @ the live 2000 exhibition at earl's court in london, while my mate got a dooyoo hat, and it was probably worth the entry fee of 12 pounds alone - i'd have to say that it is a good start to a possibly large range of dooyoo apparel - both products are good quality, with a nice 'feel' to them, and a good quality humourous print maybe the dooyoo hat and some more great dooyoo gear will soon be available online too?