A shirt so jam-packed with weapons – 79 of ‘em in all – from popular books, TV series, movies and video games, the TSA might ask you to hand it over. Needs to be available as a poster stat.
If Frank Castle was Frank Cthulhu, he wouldn’t need guns – or any weapon for that matter – to enforce his brand of justice. His enemies’ minds would literally be blown at the mere sight of him.
Ok, the official name of Malc Foy’s t-shirt is I Put a Droid in your Droid, but we like our name better. Apparently he got the idea from Pimp My Ride. Hmm, Pimp My Droid. That’s a good name too.
A friendly reminder – never ask a ninja to teach you math. If you can find one that is. T-shirt designed by Steven Barton. Comes in asphalt grey for guys, chalkboard green for girls only.
A long, long time ago, in an alternate reality far, far away, this is what the Star Trek logo looks like. Will surely make a lot of people do a double take, even if they’re not avid Trekkies or Star Wars fans.
If ever there was a reason to portray the world’s oldest game, such as Ye Olde Street Fighter Super Combo Puppet Robots, this amusing tee from Eduardo San Gil Rodriguez ought to do the trick.
We all know that the use of illegal substances is bad. Stay away from ‘em. But if you think wearing this shirt is just a form of public service then you obviously never played arcade games in the 90s.
The Kool-Aid mascot is kinda rude, busting into people’s houses just to sell juice. His twin Krool-Aid though is just downright evil. He busts into people’s houses and then turns them into juice.
Han Solo said, â€œHokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.â€ Ian Leino says the same thing in a tee, replete with 26 different TV and movie weapons.
Tony Montana doesn’t look so tough when you take away his assault rifle and swap it with a ukulele, does he? Of course, this uke does fire 1000 rounds-per-minute to bury those cock-a-roaches.
Hide & Seek Clothing will donate all profits from the sale of this T-shirt to organizations and projects dedicated to providing aid and assistance to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.