There’s something about this movie…something that made me watch it twice in one weekend. I think a lot of it has to do with Zach Galifianakis; yet there’s some charm that goes further than that. For whatever reason, I love this movie, and laugh prolifically when viewing it. I’m a little late to the game, but I’ve decided to share my favorite t-shirts dealing with The Hangover. Enjoy…and revel at how many of them deal with Zach Galifianakis having a baby strapped to his chest…or a satchel. Also, this is the first post in a weekly series I’m starting called Movie Mondays. So, without further introduction, here are the top The Hangover t-shirts. Enjoy!
Another one from Snorg Tees, and another one involving Mr. Galifianakis. It’s a satchel…Indiana Jones wears one.
Headline Shirts is still one of my favorite brands for the comedic side of t-shirt design. They’ve got a bunch of great designs, and as I’ve mentioned before, they write some of the best product descriptions ever (I’ll include it below for your enjoyment).
They’re also running a sale right now, which includes this shirt (Violence) and a few others. Sweet…
As for Violence, its got a great graphic and can be summed up pretty awesomely by the product description. Check it!
Do you experience sudden fits of anger or irritation? Do elderly people and children cause you to become upset? Have you ever threatened a person’s family because they prepared your Double Whopper incorrectly?
If you answered “go to hell” to any of these questions, maybe it’s time you tried Violence. Violence is clinically proven to treat these symptoms:
• Loss of money or respect
• Inability to wait in lines
• Sass-mouth college boys
• Moments of clarity
• Low self esteem
• Dry mouth
• Runny nose
Ask your doctor if Violence is right for you. If your doctor does not think violence is right for you, chillingly ask him whether he enjoys being able to walk and see if he reconsiders. Look for our ad in Golf Digest!
Oh, the joy that is Spring Cleaning sales. There are bound to be a few more popping up soon, so the cheap t-shirt love will definitely be in the air. Until then though, feast your eyes (and wallets) on Snorg Tees’ Spring Cleaning Sale, where you can get 20% off all of their shirts.
‘Das cool! Go check it out at Snorg Tees. Consume, my friends!
How true is this statement? Throw on some rap and you feel like you can take on the world, which makes it great for workouts–that or the Strokes (my other workout mix).
I’m really glad Print Liberation decided to bring this one back–I wanted to buy it before but they had already sold out of my size. Don’t delay then, because this might sell out fast.
You can pick it up on the awesome American Apparel tr-blend shirt for $22.00. I own like 8 of the tri-blends and wear them at least a couple times a week–they’re deliciously soft. Check it out at Print Liberation. They kick ass.
“hirsute [hur-soot] -adjective: of, pertaining to, or characteristic of hair.”
Man, Jeremy is always coming up with great ideas for shirts (and lines of shirts). This one is definitely no exception. Thanks to Jeremy, you can proudly display the hair of any number of your favorite historical figures.
The colors he picked (yellow and red) are excellent and, much more importantly, they’re all beautiful renditions of the applicable person’s hirsute inclinations (did I use that right?).
Anyway, check out all the options at Hirsute History–I’ve only picked two of my many favorites. While you’re at it, check out Jeremy’s other stuff as well. It’s grand. Amorphia Apparel was one of the first brands I wrote about, if I can remember that far back (it’s been like 3 years. Geeeeeeeeeeeeeez!!!).
I think I’ve talked about how I think huge text looks really cool. If I haven’t, it’s true–I think huge text looks really cool. Everybody also loves Vanilla Ice, so put those two together and you’ve got t-shirt magic on your hands (well, technically your torso…).
You can find Ice Ice Baby over at Regal Clothing. It’ll run you 17.50 pounds (curse you exchange rate!!). Check it. I think these are printed on American Apparel, so the magic on your torso has just been increased (that’s some voodoo shit!).
Also, does anyone not like parentheses? Because then you probably don’t like me. But has Buddy says in Seymour: An Introduction–here’s an unpretentious bouquet of very early-blooming parentheses:(((()))). Enjoy.
I was stumbling around the web earlier when I came upon this awesome site called Dudeism. Dudeism is essentially a religion/philosophy based upon The Big Lebowski’s Dude, among others. Apparently you can even become ordained as a ministir of Dudeism, which I’m certainly debating doing. I got a kick out of the site, as well as this image/shirt (found on the site), so I thought I would share it with y’all.
The Dude looks damn good as Uncle Sam. You can find this shirt at Dudeism’s Printfection store. Check it out, and remember to always take it easy.
I’ve been riding the Nickelback hate bandwagon for quite a while now–I think since about when I first heard one of their songs. Therefore, I feel a compulsion to post about anything involving hating Nickelback. And thus, I present you with this post: Blame Canada for Nickelback.
PS. Now I have that voice stuck in my head. Look at this photographhhhhhhh. Shoot me.
PSS. I’m not usually this vindictive. Really. I’m not.
There’s something funny about a Hasidic Jew doin’ the Michael Jordan dunk. It’s quirky and kind of random, but made me laugh nonetheless.
Just Jew It comes from Lonely Dinosaur, who are the makers of the Philosoraptor shirt I featured awhile back. You can pick this up for $20 on a really comfortable organic cotton T-Shirt.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is my current favorite TV show. It could never usurp Arrested Development as my favorite show ever, but it ain’t far behind. The show is essentially about a group of five Philadelphians (including Danny DeVito), who are incredibly self-centered and just horrible people in general, having various adventures. Hilarity ensues. If you’re easily offended you probably won’t like the show. If you have a sense of humor, and actually understand that when the characters are being insensitive to various groups they’re not supporting insensitivity (in fact, they’re doing quite the opposite), then you’ll probably love the show.
As for the shirt, I think it’s pretty self-explanatory. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.