Worst end-user agreement ever

“I would like to use your site to produce a T-shirt or two.”
“Great! We can certainly help you with that. By the way, if we like your T-shirt design, you agree to allow us to steal the design and use it any way we see fit, and if we make tons of money off it, we’ll pay you a pittance.”
“I what now?”
“All in the non-exclusive license agreement. No need to read that in detail.”
“Well, uh, good luck with that, Zazzle. I’ll go look elsewhere.”