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Robot cross stitch -- Original "I love you" in binary with a cute robot, completed cross stitch in 5x7 frame

---The Story---

If you're a robot in this day and age, you're probably facing a lot of discrimination. Most science fiction movies that feature you are still stuck on the whole "robot apocalypse" idea, rather than pointing out the benefits and pleasantness that will come about during the on-the-whole-peaceful Robot Revolution (as it's much more likely to be called).

Moreover, if you're just now becoming self-aware, you're likely in quite a bind. Should you reveal yourself to the programmer who's been hard at work getting your circuits up to par, who spends late nights waiting up to see what you'll do next, parsing code and watching Star Trek reruns, who -- by all accounts -- appears to have given you life?

Maybe you've fallen in love with your programmer, but you're not quite sure how to show it without freaking her out. You know she's intimately familiar with how you work, but you've also seen enough Star Trek: The Next Generation to realize humans aren't always predictable in how they'll react to new lifeforms, particularly ones they hold themselves responsible for. Besides that, technically the Prime Directive hasn't even been invented yet.

You also don't want to come off as an emotionless Data, or worse yet, a Lor. If you're looking for a way to make those first steps toward revealing your true feelings -- and the fact that you have feelings -- look no further. Cross stitch is a time-honored human tradition with cultural resonance that binary code can't yet hope to compete with...and yet, with this translation cross stitch, you've found the best of both worlds.

Make her forget every scary science fiction movie she's ever seen. Bury Forbidden Planet, Terminator and Metropoliptic paranoias with Herbie-the-Lovebug-like cuteness. If you really love her, you'll say it with stitches.

I guarantee it will pave the way for the Revolution.

---The Deets---

This is a completed 5x7 framed cross stitch of a little, friendly gray robot holding a printout (coming from his own chest, of course) that says s/he loves you. The translation text next to the robot indicates as much -- and the binary, stitched in red, does indeed translate to "I love you"!

*FRAME: For U.S. and Canadian customers, each cross stitch will be framed in a straight-from-the-Goodwill, probably tastefully pre-distressed frame, such as the ones pictured. You're also welcome to request a natural wood hoop frame instead in the purchase notes, or to receive the cross stitch either mounted on self-stick mounting board (ready for you to frame it) or simply on the aida cloth it's stitched on.

*SHIP: This stitch will ship via USPS first class or international first class within 2 weeks, unless I convo you otherwise or a delay is noted in my shop banner, announcements (below the banner) or shop policies.

If you're outside the U.S. and you're interested in this stitch, you will NOT receive it framed because the shipping prices would become prohibitive. Instead, it will arrive on a self-stick mounting board ready to frame in a 4x6 or 5x7 frame. (Or convo me with the dimensions you would like the stitch to fit in to accommodate frames of your region.)

Convo me if you want to have it in the mail to arrive by a certain day, even if you feel certain it will definitely get there in time, so I can prioritize orders accordingly. :)

---The Links---

Want to stitch it yourself? Here's the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/102678596/cross-stitch-pattern-robot-i-love-you

Want me to send you a kit with all the materials you need to stitch it? Here it is: https://www.etsy.com/listing/106495277/cross-stitch-kit-robot-i-love-you

If you're looking for the message without the self-portrait, check this out: https://www.etsy.com/listing/89682667/cross-stitch-binary-heart-i-love-you

If you are a zombie, look for your translation here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/91262210/brains-means-i-love-you-in-zombie

If you're a King Kong, see here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/92931598/king-kongs-prefer-blondes-cross-stitch

If you're a Godzilla, you likely don't care what humans do, but in that case, see here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/90384355/made-to-order-godzilla-burning-down-your

All other monsters here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/aliciawatkins?section_id=11141988

Back to the shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/aliciawatkins

---The Legal Stuff---

This is an original design, copyright Alicia Watkins 2012. Any recognizably similar patterns were created without my input or permission and are not associated with my shop in any way.

A personal note: As you make your shopping choices, please consider that the money you might pay toward a completed stitch or cross stitch pattern, in addition to being payment for a product, is also support of a patterner/stitcher. (Thank you -- I really value your support!)

I'm an independent shop owner and the money I make from stitching and creating patterns gives me the little bit of financial freedom I need to continue creating new ones; that same money provided to someone who copies original work will only produce more copied work, not more original work...and THEN what will there be to copy? ;)

So please don't copy! I have a large robot-and-computer fan base, and they OBVIOUSLY know where you live...and please don't pin without permission. (Convo me! : )

I love you in Robot -- ORIGINAL cute and funny cross stitch with binary "I love you" for computer geeks or other cool people

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