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The success of the Vulture Central Hacker range of IT leisurewear has led many female readers to request, nay demand, that we produce a shirt specifically for women.

Well, we've tracked down a suitable women's fit t-shirt and the screen-printing presses are ready to roll. However, there's just one minor snagette: What size should we do?

The said shirt is available in 10-20. We reckon that the average is about 12-14, but what we males know about such matters could be easily accommodated on the back of a small postage stamp. So, could any reader interested in such a product tell us their preferred size? Realistically speaking, we can only do one, so we'll collate the data and go with the majority.

You can email me direct here, and as an added incentive, we'll give away five of the new shirts (as soon as they're ready) to a random selection of correspondents. Thanks. ®

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