Camp-goers may never really understand the true torture faced when being roasted over the fire.
Marshmallows all over the world get revenge in this tee from Barry’s Farm. I recommend you check out everything at Barry’s Farm, it’s good stuff.
This one runs $20 and is printed on American Apparel.
Superbad was without a doubt my favorite movie of last year. It was just chock full of hilarious scenes, especially funny if you’re a young male like myself. So, it’s been awhile since it came out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t check out the best Superbad t-shirts out there. Here they are, in no particular order (although I am fond of the McLovin ones, as I believe most of the world is given by the quantity of them that are out there).
A vintage take on the McLovin t-shirt by Deez Teez. The yellow on green gives a good retro feel. What’s especially cool about this t-shirt, is, as you can see, with your purchase of the shirt you also get a free McLovin I.D. Check it out at Deez Teez.
Another simple McLovin one. Although this time you have the added benefit of the “I Am” part. Pick it up from Snorg Tees.
Lastly, I’ll end this list with another one from Snorg Tees. It’s another McLovin quote – I believe this one is from when he’s talking about his fake I.D. at school. Pick it up here.
This ends today’s list of the best Superbad shirts. If there are any that I’ve missed, I would love to hear about it. Also, if anyone knows of any shirts that aren’t directly related to McLovin, I’d love to hear about those too.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about Design by Humans, so I wanted to take the time to recap some of their better designs from the past few weeks. So, here are my favorites from the past 4 weeks or so, in no particular order:
You can pick all these up at Design by Humans. Use a coupon for extra savings
Rejoice, Pessimistic or Optomistic? has been reprinted at Threadless. Pick up the reprint, now printed on a Threadless Custom Tee, and remember to use a coupon.
Rock a giant beard without vesting any time in one. And while you’re at it, why don’t you add a second pair of everything on your face. Make sure your girlfriend knows which mouth is yours.
There are entire lines dedicated to mustaches and cupcakes, so why not a shirt with a beard? Get it for $36.00 at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. It’s printed on the most comfortable shirt ever, American Apparel tri-blend.
Local Celebrity is a fairly popular brand. You can find them in a lot of brick and mortar stores, such as Urban Outfitters (which makes sense, given that they’ve got an urban feel). I like the prominence of Ben on the shirt, it definitely makes the design. You can grab this one for $25 at Local Celebrity. Also, I can personally attest that their shirts are incredibly soft.
This one comes from an Etsy store owner named GoingCrazyInSlowMo. I like the old style image (just like those bicycles) and the lack of a head is an interesting touch. This one comes in multiple colors – just poke around their store to find them. It’ll run you $17 and is printed on an American Apparel Organic 2001, which is a pretty comfortable shirt. Pick it up on Etsy.
Starting at midnight tonight and going until midnight tomorrow (so it’s the entire day of April 23rd), Busted Tees will be holding their Midnight Madness Sale. What does that mean for you? Quite simply, all their shirts get their prices dropped to the mere sum of $12. You’re saving about $6 a shirt, so if you’re looking to buy any Busted Tees shirts, I suggest you get ready for tomorrow. You can also use a coupon to get another 10% off your order, bringing the price down to $11 a shirt.
You don’t want to miss this. $12 shirts + 10% coupon = win.
There was a 25% coupon before, but unfortunately it has been disabled. 10% is the best you’ll be able to get. Still a hot deal.
Last time I posted about their Nerdy Shirts contest, now Gearcrave is going even bigger and giving away 25 Design by Humans shirts. You can enter the contest at this post.
Rise Up is a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding a variety of child, family, and community development programs. They also happen to have some pretty amazing (and political) designs. So check these out, buy some, and know that you’re aiding a non-profit in their work. Some of my favorite designs are…
Check out all their tees at the Rise Up Store.
Heard about them from tcritic