>Is a bikini-print onesie appropriate for an 18-month old toddler? Oh, the horror. Won’t someone, anyone, think of the children? [Huff Post]
>One of three tees created for a German PSA to recruit would-be plumbers to the trade. The copy translates thusly: “More attractive than you think.” [Buzzfeed]
>Pepper Potts, excuse me, Gwyneth Paltrow, wants to sell you a $90 t-shirt. For that price, it better be soft (I’m sure there’s a Cold Play pun in here somewhere, I just can’t seem to finesse it out…). [Goop via Celebitchy]
>Winning the Internet for the last week or so. [T-Shirt Hell FB]
>Health Care reform here in the States – of which I am most certainly a proponent – continues to provoke angry recriminations on both ends of the political spectrum. The one below was fashioned by the Republican Party for fundraising purposes in response to the recent Supreme Court ruling that upheld Obama’s signature legislation. [Buzzfeed]
Created in response (presumably) to:
>That old warning about age-appropriate clothing comes to mind… [NO ONO FB]
Likewise, there’s this. [Source unknown]
>Finally, Spin.com takes a look back at the year in logo
jacking appropriation and rock tees. [Rack City]
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