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DespairWear™ ironic t-shirts: I’ve recently become enamored of the CBS series The Big Bang Theory. When they return this fall for a much-deserved second season, I’d love to see Sheldon, Leonard, Howard, or Rajesh rocking one of these geekily cute tees.
“Carrie” tee from Neighborhoodies: I haven’t seen my own nameplate necklace for months, though I don’t think I’ll be wearing this tee shirt as a substitute. But don’t let me stop you from getting this shirt, which may seem like the perfect thing to wear to the movies to see “SaTC: The Movie”. But, do you really want to be “that guy”?
- “Keep Calm and Carry On” t-shirt: You can read the why and the wherefore of the phrase here. I know it’s expensive for a t-shirt given the exchange rates, but I like to think of it as my own fashion statement for these troubling times. Also, powder blue and red in combination look really good on me.
- Levi’s Ergo Pencil Skirt: Thank you, Sears, for hooking a chubby girl up. The plus size selection at the Levi’s Store has only some jeans, a jacket, and some shorts. I thought about getting this jacket, but didn’t want to be running around this fall wearing a Canadian tuxedo.
Nothing to say about these awesome (though non-existent) Harry Potter t-shirts but… “BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!” Obviously a takeoff of the infamous House of Holland ‘Groupies’ collection, though I’m sure if somebody posted these HP designs to Threadless (as suggested by a commenter to the story), they’d be way cheaper.
Do you see this t-shirt from Giant Robot? Do you understand that because it has a panda sitting on a couch typing away on a laptop that it must be mine? It must, and yet it might not because the only size available is a girl’s small and while I am a girl I am most definitely not a small. Boo!
Image via Giantrobot.com.
It’s not often, though, that I feel I can express my love for Perfect Strangers in the presence of, well, perfect strangers. I don’t always feel like I need to discuss reports of Full House‘s Jodie Sweetin’s addiction to crystal meth, but I am happy to talk about the height of Candace Cameron’s bangs when she was on the show.
Or I could just tell y’all to buy this shirt. By itself, the phrase “Cut it out.” isn’t much more than mild chastisement from a friend, your teacher, or mom. But when pronounced “Cut. It. Out.” with the accompanying hand gestures, it acquires the iconic status of Fonzie’s “Heyyy!” or Homer Simpson’s “D’oh!”.
Dave “Uncle Joey” Coulier, father of the “Cut. It. Out.” phenomenon, wherever you are, I salute you.
It’s not often that an article of clothing renders me speechless. But when one comes along and does just that all I can do is just sit back and laaaaaaaaaaugh.
Like this t-shirt. One of my favorite bloggers, the CTA Tattler, spotted a young man wearing it on the el. He got the shirt’s backstory, namely that it’s from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and can be bought on-line here.
The only thing that could make this better was if every t-shirt came with a free “Joey Jeremiah”-style felt fedorah. Or a Stephanie Kaye-endorsed tube top. OR a piece of ugly Goth jewelry in the style worn by Ashley on D:TNG after she did Ecstasy by accident and called Paige a total hag. Hee!
Given that this t-shirt is in the TWoP section of Glarkware, does that mean we can expect Degrassi coverage to finally appear on the best television recap site to hit the interweb? I’m gonna go with yes, people. So don’t be a broomhead — order yourself a t-shirt posthaste!