A T-Rex playing golf - an amazing ecommerce gimmick

Posted by Karl Tynan

I recently placed an order with Skatehut and added a special request to the additional notes field in the checkout process: "Please can you include a drawing of a dinosaur (T-Rex) playing golf?".

What I received

T-Rex drawing

We will now be running a competition in the Gibe office to see who can receive the best drawing from an ecommerce order. I'm winning so far...

Thanks Skatehut!

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Karl Tynan

Karl Tynan

Karl is our Senior Front End Developer at Gibe and looks after the HTML, CSS and JavaScript for our projects. He has considerable experience and always takes a practical approach to interface development, ensuring the best possible experience is achieved in a technically elegant way.

3 comments:

Jesus said...

Given that she refers to their old hotel room (in the movie), I'm asmsniug something physical happened between them at one point. Beyond that, she actually seemed to be way more into him than he was into her--that scene at the end where she admits (tearfully!) that he was her weak spot, he really just gives her a very paternal kind of kiss (IMO) as he leaves.

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Jesus said...

Given that she refers to their old hotel room (in the movie), I'm asmsniug something physical happened between them at one point. Beyond that, she actually seemed to be way more into him than he was into her--that scene at the end where she admits (tearfully!) that he was her weak spot, he really just gives her a very paternal kind of kiss (IMO) as he leaves.

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Jesus said...

Given that she refers to their old hotel room (in the movie), I'm asmsniug something physical happened between them at one point. Beyond that, she actually seemed to be way more into him than he was into her--that scene at the end where she admits (tearfully!) that he was her weak spot, he really just gives her a very paternal kind of kiss (IMO) as he leaves.

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