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Pajiba Store FAQ

By Lord Castleton | | February 6, 2017 |

By Lord Castleton | | February 6, 2017 |

How is the ultimate fit of the items?

The Overlords bought a TON of things to test them out and the general consensus is that the sizes ranged from exactly what they should be to just a little bit snug. If that worries you, we strongly suggest ordering one size up.

What’s the quality difference in t-shirts?

If you get a generic (lower priced) T-shirt, you’re looking at a Fruit of the Loom quality shirt. We found them so be pretty good, even at the lower end. But honestly, if you plan to be wearing these at all, we’d strongly suggest spending the extra few dollars for a premium or tri-blend or American Apparel level shirt. They’re a pretty significant upgrade over the standard Tee.

Can I change the color of the shirts?


Can I change the color of the Pajiba logo?

Yes! In fact, with some logos you can change several colors.

Can I resize the logos?


Can I move the logo around to the back of the shirt?

Yes! Sometimes, with certain logos, you might be able to put them on the arm of a shirt or the hood of a hoodie or the side of a cap. Play around with the t-shirt designer in Spreadshirt to see what you like best.

How did you decide on Spreadshirt?

We spent six months looking through various types of fulfillment services. We made full stores on each platform, ordered products and compared the results. For us, Spreadshirt had the right mix of features we wanted, international shipping for our non-US readers, quality merchandise and good value. No platform was perfect, and Spreadshirt clearly has limitations, but it came out on top for us.

Why are there several types of what appears to be the same design on the Pajiba Store homepage?

One of the limitations of Spreadshirt is that you can’t just upload a design and say “make all your products available for this design.” Unfortunately, they have separate categories, and you have to upload your design into each one. Thus, the homepage has several categories which appear the same but offer different products.

Spreadshirt’s categories are:

Kids & Babies
Plus Size

For example, here’s the homepage:


You can see there are several similar looking logos, but each one will connect you to a different category above.


Can’t you just search by logo and see every product available for that logo?

Unfortunately, no. Apparently that feature is in the works.

The logo on a mug I want is set up for a righty, but I’m a lefty!

Simply drag the logo to the other side of the mug before you check out. (In certain cases, Spreadshirt charges a small fee for alterations on mugs)

Can’t I just wrap the Pajiba logo around the whole mug?

Yes! But only with certain logos. Just because the bigger ones don’t fit. A panoramic mug option will look like this:


Are the mugs all made in America?

No. They’re made in China. But the design work and printing is done in America.

Are the mugs dishwasher and microwave safe?

Not all of them. We tried to remove the ones that weren’t from the site, but Spreadshirt doesn’t allow that level of customization. MAKE SURE TO CHECK THE MUG DESCRIPTION TO SEE IF IT’S DISHWASHER AND/OR MICROWAVE SAFE BEFORE YOU ORDER!

The Logo on the shirt I want looks oddly placed…

Sometimes the system defaults a logo to a place that just looks…wrong. Simply click on the logo in the product page and drag it where you want it.

Where did all these logos come from?

Depending on how long you’ve been with us, you’ll remember these gracing our header or being part of an ongoing Pajiba joke.

I have a shipping/payment/tracking/address question!

Those would be Spreadshirt issues, Call their customer service department at 1-800-381-0815

I have an idea/thought/comment/love letter about a Pajiba logo.

Awesome! Send it to us at [email protected]

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