It’s nice to know the Los Angeles Police Department not only protects and serves but does requests: Awesomer reader Alexis surprises his wife with a birthday song by Academy recruits.
The jury’s still out on Microsoft’s Bing “decision engine,” but kudos to them for putting together “Cure for Search Overload Syndrome;” it’s a hilarious TV ad about bad search results.
One man’s offense is another alien’s defense: in deference to our ET overlords, arcades on the other side of the galaxy usually rename Taito’s classic game as “Space Defenders.”
Easily the most gamer-friendly talk show host, Jimmy Fallon demos Project Natal; the clip above is both fun and funny, but like Jimmy we’d love to have one to take home now.
Modern society’s unending gadget upgrades get put into perspective by an H.G. Wells-era time traveler, whose love for last-gen iPods is only equalled by his fascination with zippers.
It was bound to happen, but Scott Iseri of Scotty Got An Office Job gets fired after his boss learns of his videos; don’t beat yourself up too much, Scotty! Note: good stuff starts at 0:30.
Available today only: Philip Tseng’s Turtle Power t-shirt asks the question, “What if the TMNT were real turtles and tortoises?” The answer: the slowest ninjas you’ve never seen.
There are bad days to sail, and then there are days like this Murphy’s Law t-shirt by Alvaro Arteaga; there’s nothing like a kraken, a griffin and a sea dragon to really mess up your day.
Worth1000’s latest photochop contest, Celebrity Star Wars, is a Hollywood meets Hoth mashup with everyone from Jack Black and Halle Berry to WALL-E and EVA getting Jed-i-fied.
Dylan DeLosAngeles’ Learn to Juggle t-shirt explains why you see so few jugglers around nowadays: the vast majority get decapitated or flambâˆš©ed before they master the art.
Adorned with our favorite bumbling, balding, boozehound, this stainless steel Homer Hip Flask set also includes four shot cups; it’s perfect for Father’s Day if dad loves The Simpsons.
J!NX’s Robots are Metal t-shirt is a double entendre that goes out to all our laser sword wielding, energon consuming, Jedi-assisting buddies; just don’t go all The Matrix on us, okay?
Conan O’Brien’s new show now has the mother of all endorsements: NBC’s Brian Williams interviews President Obama and gets his support (but no bailout money). Thanks, Dominic!
Essentially half a century of aliens on one t-shirt, Celebrity Alien Invaders pits a Space Invaders defense ship against hordes of Marvin the Martians, A.L.F.s, E.T.s and a TIE Interceptor.
These Giant Condom Pillows make clear your bedroom intent; they’re 18″x17″ silk screen printed cases with a pocket for real condoms; they also include an oversized fabric condom.
Darth Vader on the can, Spidey taking a piss on a street corner and Batman getting a cup of joe: Ian Pool’s The Secret Lives of Superheroes mixes the mundane with the magical.
Because no one dares mess with a dapper gentleman as he sips his tonic: Andrew Reeves’ Pop’s Stache concept is a mustachioed bottle identifier; our favorite: The Stromboli.
Though not as physically effective as the Plug Mug, the Toxic Waste Mug will dissuade even the hardiest of thieves with a nuke symbol and stomach-churning green sludge rim.
The real story behind The Wizard of Oz gets told with this Heartless t-shirt; the truth is, there was no wizard–just a series of black market organ heists led by Dorothy “House-Dropping” Gale.
Created by students at Supinfocom Arles (a French computer graphics school), Machu Picchu is an expertly animated short about the hazards (and drug-like highs) of Incan airspace.
LucasArts’ Monkey Island is back–twice: SOMI: Special Edition is a re-imagined version with new graphics, sound and voice, while Tales of Monkey Island will be a five episode saga.
School’s out and summer is upon us, which means hordes of tourists; for those who prefer to be left alone, Reason Clothing’s Go Love Your Own City is a polite way of saying GTFO.
If Nintendo Made Halo 3 is a goofy what-if machinima; while not all the games parodied are made by Nintendo, we love the references to Pokemon, Star Fox, Pac Man and more.
It looks like Futurama’s Raiders of the Lost Arcade segment, but the video above is an actual game; it includes Fry’s Rush soundtrack, episode clips and a Planet Express Ship cameo.
The only food you’re liable to find on this digital Trash tee is spam, but it’s a lot less smelly the real-world equivalent; still, a Recycle Bin would have been much more eco-friendly.
Tired of being a sidekick, Luigi airs his dirty laundry with Mario; it’s also a trip down memory lane and covers everything from Dr. Mario to the dreaded Super Mario Bros. movie.
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