Why do programmers always confuse Halloween with Christmas? Because OCT 31 = DEC 25. A design for programmers inspired by this classic programmer dad joke.
Celebrate Halloween like a programmer and wish your friends and co-workers a Merry Christmas on October 31. Put a smile on their faces with this design on a shirt, sticker, mug or other product. You may need to explain how octal and decimal notations work.
This design consists of an orange pumpkin wearing a Christmas hat, the greeting “MERRY CHRISTMAS” in a curved horror style font and the text “OCT 31” on the sides. The whole design is enclosed by a shield like outline.
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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
This design is available from the shops linked above. Available product options (size, color, type) and buying conditions differ across stores, so be sure to review them before you buy a product.
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