I noticed some people wearing HP shirts in their profile pictures. Is there a way to buy them? Originally, I thought it was the staff, but I think I seen regular Hubbers wearing them.
I received my HubPages T-shirt when I attended a Hub camp in San Francisco about a year ago.
You can by HubPages everything! I bought a HubPages Piano Hampster for Xmas.
I bet the packaging and posting on the turd furnace is a bit high!
I thought that was real at first until I saw the furnace and hamster part.
They should really make t-shirts to buy though.
Holy macaroni. The HP store has been up and running since April 2010? Guess I live in a cave.
To tell the truth, I don't want to buy an HP shirt, I want to be given one. I think I've earned it.
I bought 5 Turd Furnaces last year and had them shipped to Congress.
I received mine, when a became a part of the elite along with a wonderful HubPages mug. I think selling the shirts would be fantastic! But I don't know if they are ready to market them yet.
I think offering them for sale would be a great idea. I got mine at HubCamp in the spring.
In the prehistoric days of Inforocket, after answering x number of questions, I got sent an Inforocket t shirt all the way from the US to the UK.
I suppose I should have kept it. It might be worth millions now...
I won mine, but I am planning on winning more..
so I am selling mind for $20 Canadian dollars ($5 bucks if you want the shirt autographed)
I wonder what else the turd furnace can be used for...
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
[An idea from another thread.]What the heck, T-shirts are also welcome.I'm breaking out the camera as we speak. I don't care if my picture is the first or not, go for it!
by Nadine May 4 years ago
I know several hubpage writers are also on Bubblews. I have written 99 posts on Bubblews and redeemed twice. I'm still waiting for my second payment. Three weeks ago I suddenly had a problem logging in. My password that I have in my notebook was rejected. I thought it was time to change it anyway...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
Hu)pages surveyIn light of the HubPages survey posted in my accounts page today, I wonder whether a little more thought could have been put into the question from a writers point of view. What meaningful question would you have asked?
by kayyluh 7 years ago
When Does hubpages give you your earnings? I thought it was the 28th but it's not there
by Tom Fattes 4 years ago
Where can I buy a Hubpages T-Shirt?
by Person of Interest 4 months ago
The objective of this post is a survey; crowdsourcing if you will.I have noticed things about me that have happened recently that I do not consider acceptable. This mainly has to do with forgetfulness and making mistakes. I will spare all the details.I am therefore asking for recommendations...
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