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Cash'n'Carrion We have a lot to thank the internet for - access to information; fast mass communication; and a whole rack of snappy abbreviations designed to take the fingerwork out of IM and email.

WTF?Suitably inspired by the latter, the cheeky chappies down at TechnoDepot have decided to celebrate the highly-popular WTF? on a premium, 100 per cent cotton t-shirt. As TLAs go, it's among the most pithy and to-the-point and likely to have admiring friends and family LOL.

As is the local custom, the WTF? t-shirt is printed on "any-colour-you-like-as-long-as-it's-geek-black", er, black, and available in a broad array of sizes ranging from medium to XXXL. It'll set you back £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT).

And if you like the cut of its jib, then why not consider snapping up a TechnoDepot RTFM shirt while you about it? This and all the rest of the TechnoDepot range are available at Cash'n'Carrion. ®

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