Last year I dug out my old NES and played a bit of Duck Hunt with my mates, it was a lot harder than I remembered, and I’m still kind of amazed that Nintendo were able to produce a game like that which worked on any TV back in the 80s. I know that the NES Zapper was a bit of a gimmick, but it was still pretty cool, and I’m sure that if there had been an actual shotgun I’d have been all over it, especially since it would have meant you couldn’t miss those damn ducks.
Costiness=$15 (until a new shirt is released then it will go up) Buy it at Glennz
I can’t decide with TV show in-joke I prefer this week at BustedTees, rum ham or All my Circuits, I love both shows so it’s too hard to choose. I know it’s a Funny or Die thing, but it does seem to me that a ‘Team Miley’ shirt can be too easily taken out of it’s presumably ironic context and therefore just doesn’t fit with their usual offerings.
By using the link in this post you will automatically have a 20% off coupon code applied to your order, not too shabby!
Really solid week from Snorg. It’s a bit of a pity that they don’t sell crew neck sweatshirts because that zombie design would work well as a Christmas jumper, but at least you can get it on a hoodie. Shirts are $5 off until October 27th.
I’m usually pretty on the ball when it comes to new shirts from Glennz but I missed out on posting these (though I recognise the Swiss Army Sword from somewhere, so maybe I have mentioned that before). Shirts are $21.95 a piece and available now. If you pick up $70 or more of items you’ll get free shipping too, neat!
And now for something completely different! This is a fab etsy shop run by a lady I know loosely via the North East burlesque scene. T-shirts are not what the shop is about and it’s aimed pretty much entirely at the gal side of the population.
She Felt Geeky mostly specialises in super cute geek, comic, gaming, movie fabric panties amongst other things include pasties (nipple tassels) and some cute random one off pieces.
I don’t own any pieces personally but it means a lot for me to support local companies and from the reviews from friends I’ve heard the quality is absolutely first rate.
One selection of pieces that stand out for me when you land in the Etsy store are the Harry Potter, Hogwarts House panties. Here are the amazing Hufflepuff and Slytherin ones. How over the moon would any lady Harry Potter fan be with these! They’d be an excellent stocking filler for Christmas, and they look like they’d be super soft to the touch!
Amongst other geek factions you can grab Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel, Tattoo Print, Halloween Print, Super Cute Floral ones to name but a view! Store owner Miss Buttons also posted an image of this fabric a few days ago so you can totally get your hands some some spooky panties if that’s your bag!
She is super talented and approachable so if you had any requests or ideas I’m sure she would be extremely accommodating! I have to add her pasties are absolutely delightful but I’d better not put boobies on HYA!
I think of of my favourite pieces which is also extremely seasonal are these super cute Halloween panties! Snap them up people, support handmade and UK businesses!
Usually I’m on top of my game when it comes to posting about new designs from shirt funnyman Glennz, but I can’t remember writing about the three above, so I thought I’d wrap them up in a single post so that we’re all caught up. I think that of the three the ‘Stunt Fish’ design is my favourite. They’re all $21.95 each and available now from Glennz, who is offering 25% off when you buy three or more shirt at the moment.
On the Internet today: a supercut mixtape of the most iconic t-shirts to grace the Silver screen. The edit includes some memorable faves — Vote For Pedro, Nigel’s Green Skeleton tank top from This Is Spinal Tap, the so-called Shark Cat design from Pineapple Express — but is carefully leavened with some curious artifacts of the slogan variety from the ’80s.
Think you can identify all of the movies? Be the first to do so and you’ll win a $100 gift card good for anything at Found Item Clothing! Details on how to enter right at Found Item’s blog, It Goes To 11. (A full list of every film will be posted after the winner is announced.)
You know when I stopped writing about all the daily sites like TeeFury and RIPT because the mashups made no sense? I’m pretty sure this one doesn’t really make sense, but my confusion only adds to my enjoyment in this case.
This is genius. I’m amazed that no one has done it before. They aren’t actually for sale because the guy that created them actually respects copyright (zut alors!) but I wouldn’t be surprised if these were to turn into some kind of limited edition shirt sanctioned by Transport for London. It should be noted that the guy who created the shirts has some pretty neat stuff available to actually buy, too.
Not a bad week at all from Snorg, though I do wonder how often I could wear the “don’t read…” shirt before the already quite thin joke was completely run into the ground. As usual the new shirts are $5 off the regular price this week so you have until July 7th to grab them on the cheap.