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KosherHam’s Cinco de Mayo Sale

by Andy on May 3, 2011

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We love finding ways to save our fans some money. Save 20-40% off ALL KosherHam gear so you have extra pesos to spend on cans of Tecate. Use coupon codeafikoman‘ now through Cinco de Mayo (5/5/2011 – 11:59 pm CST).

So it’s a coupon code that gives you a varying discount? Can’t say I’ve heard of that before, still, a sale is a sale and 20% and up is a nice saving indeed.


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Our favourite Jewish tee label (are there any others?), Kosher Ham, have dropped 8 new pop culture inspired designs, but this being Black Friday week they couldn’t stop there. From now until December 1st you can get free shipping on your order with the coupon code FSHIPPING, which I am going to presume is free shipping in the US and not worldwide until told otherwise, AND they’ve got an epic sale going on across the whole store with all tees priced at $14.99 “all weekend” which I reckon will be until Sunday, though wouldn’t be surprised if it lasts until Monday with that being the definitely-not-lamely-monikered “Cyber Monday.”


The GaGa Law by KosherHam

by Andy on July 16, 2010

lady gaga t-shirt by kosherham

You know what, I actually quite like Lady Gaga’s music, probably because it’s as infectious as herpes and has more hooks than a fishing convention, but I like it, so she probably doesn’t need to wear all that stupid crap to get attention, she should let the music define her rather than dresses that have telephones stuck to them.

Costiness=$19.99 Buy it at KosherHam

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Bacon is Kosher, right?

by Andy on March 21, 2010

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When I was in Philly I used to get breakfast on my way to work, and as is the artery-clogging tradition in the city of brotherly love, I would often get a bacon egg and cheese sandwich on a bagel (with salt, pepper and ketchup, naturally), and every morning as I sat at the intern desks I felt as if I was slapping judaism in the face with a pork chop. This tee would have made a nice addition to the food list, eh?

Costiness=$19.99 Buy it at KosherHam


Are you an Anti-Dentite?

by Andy on November 11, 2009


Soon you’ll be thinking they should have their own schools!*

Costiness=$17.99 Available from KosherHam

*If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, check out the vid after the break.
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KosherHam is looking swell

by Andy on June 5, 2009


I was really hoping to put a pork-based pun into that title, but I’m afraid my powers of punnery have eluded me, so I’m open to suggestions, because as is that title sucks.

A couple of weeks ago KosherHam added a bunch of new tees to their line-up, completely revamped their site to make it look even hotter than me on a night out (which is clearly no mean feat), and they’re also offering all of their designs on tote bags now, which I don’t find particularly exciting, but hey, they said good news comes in threes, and it just did. Spooky.


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Gettin’ Lit by KosherHam [Reviews]

by Andy on March 19, 2009


Now, if there’s something I don’t have a clue about it’s Jewish culture. My current apartment is filled with Jewish books and judaica (my landlady is from Israel), and I even have a Jewish thing on my keychain for good luck, so you’d have thought I would have taken some of it in subliminally at the very least, but that hasn’t been the case. However, even a mensch like me know that a menorah was used back in ancient times to stop dragons putting curse on your house.*

To me, Jewish-themed stuff tends to be very traditional, at least looking around my living room it seems to be, so I guess that KosherHam’s refreshingly clean and cartoon-y style would be attractive to younger Jews. The tee is my American Apparel, and the print was pretty good, though not perfect as you’ll be able to see from the pictures in the gallery, something which I feel may have been done on purpose.

Costiness=$19.99 (available in various colours) Buy it at KosherHam

*Note: that probably isn’t true, and if it is, wowzers.

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It’s a good thing that this t-shirt was sent to me in a girls size, because I feel obliged to wear everything that’s sent to me, and I get the feeling that wearing a t-shirt that says “I ♥ Hannah Montana” wouldn’t help me make friends in America, and if it did, I think it would probably enamor me with people that I wouldn’t want to be friends with. Presumably though, if you’re a girl, or a guy who quite clearly screams “I’m being ironic” with everything that they wear then you would probably be able to get away with it.


As usual, KosherHam serve up a quality shirt, American Apparel for the blank, which we all know is the indie-stry standard, and I remember thinking that the print was good too, so you’ve got nothing to worry about there either.

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Photos and a coupon code from KosherHam

by Andy on January 22, 2009


Jeremy from KosherHam got in touch to show off a few pictures from a recent photoshoot they had (there’s more in the gallery if you click through), and also let me know that they have decided to keep our exclusive coupon code running until the end of February. All you have to do to receive 10% off your order is enter the coupon code HYA at the checkout.

I have a few sample tees from KH that need reviewing (including the Rick Astley one above), so expecting to see them trickling out over the next few weeks (there’s a lot of samples in the queue).

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Want 20% off at KosherHam? Enter the coupon code PORK at the checkout and it will be applied!

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I’m a Player by KosherHam [Review]

by Andy on July 14, 2008


I’ve still got a NES stowed away somewhere underneath our staircase, and when I pulled it out a couple of years ago it actually worked. Can you imagine any game console made now still working twenty years from now? Hell, my Xbox 360 had to be replaced after seven months!

This tee represents more pun-based-fun from the KosherHam gang. Actually, is it a pun? I guess that if you were to just turn up somewhere where you were actually going to play games then it would actually just be a t-shirt with a fact on it. I like it though, its a little bit nerdy, but not too much, everyone from my generation would be able to recognise the controller (even though its lacking in certain copyright infringing details), and its a bit retro, but its not really ramming it down your throat. I think the fact that the sample I received is a girls sized tee probably makes me like it a bit more too, since I’m kinda into geek girls, come to think of it, I’m into pretty much any kind of girl… hurray for equality!

Just like with previous KosherHam reviews, I’m happy to give this tee the thumbs up in terms of quality as well. The printing is sharp, bold, and completely lacking in imperfections, it doesn’t get much better than that when it comes to solid colour printing like this. The stock tee is once again courtesy of American Apparel, so I guess you’ll know what you’re in for in terms of fit, even if AAs sizing does seem to differ a little a bit from piece-to-piece.Costiness=$19.95 Tee Link

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I’m sure this is one of those instances when I’m going to get accused of being a t-shirt snob (I write about tees, of course I’m a snob!). I wouldn’t actually wear this tee from KosherHam, and not just because its way too small for me, I’m just not too into tees with this kind of phrase on it, but I know there’s a big massive market for this kind of thing, so I can’t just ignore them.


I’ve noticed that a couple of my friends parents are on Facebook, what’s all that about? It might seem odd to me because my parents can barely use e-mail (I’m requested to read all of them before sending to make sure they’re ‘right’), but there’s just something a little bit weird about the idea of middle-aged people posting on each other’s walls and tagging each other in photo’s, and I don’t even want to think about what would happen if they found out about some of the dumbass applications that are floating around out there. I guess that on a certain level, I do find a tee like this kinda funny, but I think that the part that’s funny is that someone would have the audacity to wear a t-shirt suggesting that the wearer would “poke your mom” and not just on Facebook. I guess it takes a very, very special kind of person to pull off wearing a tee like this, and I don’t think I’m that special yet.


Usually, when you see a tee with a joke like this on, you aren’t really expecting much in terms of quality. Facebook are the current over-valued flavour of the month in the web-world, and you’d expect this to be an equally flavour of the month style t-shirt. But its not, the quality level is impressive, its printed on an American Apparel blank t-shirt, and the printing quality feels top notch. Oh, and of course, KosherHam have their own page on Facebook.

Costiness=$19.99 Tee Link

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I don’t want to force my politics on anyone, but when I found out that John McCain pandered to voters by saying he condemned any remarks that were “anti-anything” I lost rather a lot of respect for him, so I got off the fence went for Obama, which is lucky for me, because there are loads more Obama tees out there than McCain ones. Although McCain’s supporters probably don’t do t-shirts, they probably knit wool sweaters for him (I’m saying he’s old, that seems to get laughs).


I can’t work out where “Barack’n the free world” was first used… by which I of course mean I googled it and didn’t immediately find it, then got bored and ate some strawberries (’tis the season!). I guess it doesn’t really matter where the phrase came from (a Neil Young song, btw), if you wear it people know who is going to be getting your vote in November, and it doing that in a good looking way is just the cherry on top of the political sundae.


Quality is impressive. The stock tee is American Apparel, which most of you guys will have an experience of, I can’t tell you what this particular one feels like because whilst I have lost a few pounds (okay, about 50) over the past 18 months, I can’t quite squeeze myself into a girls small tee yet… or presumably ever. The print is really soft, its so soft I actually had to double check that it wasn’t flock print, so I think its fair to say that KosherHam have got printing down pretty well.

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