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This chap is ready to take his fine nautical skills to the next level by sailing into the most dangerous waters going today. Throwback pirates infest the waters of Somalia. Everybody in the nautical world knows this. Therefore, if you make a declaration such as the boldness fond on this I’m Going Sailing Off the Coast of Somalia T Shirt, then basically you’re just an adrenaline junky. Just because the guy on this shirt looks like he grew up in a tony ‘burb in New England, with a gold spoon in his mouth, and a trust fund at 18, he still either has a screw loose or an unquenchable thirst for adventure.

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We have misdirection right here, and as St. Patrick’s Day sneaks up on us you need to have some shirt options for goin’ out. This Happy Labor Day T Shirt featuring the color green and a Shamrock is a great one. People will know you’re in the spirit of the holiday, then they’ll totally get confused because the shirt is talking about Labor Day. Cognitive Dissonance. Growth of mind and heart and spirit of all those destined to pass you on that hallowed day.

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You get a lot of the evolution shirts in the funny t shirt world…some of them good and some not so good. This The Evolution of Norris T Shirt is on the far end of the good spectrum. Chuck Norris on the Internet is a phenomenon and this tee does nothing to diminish the considerable cachet.

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I like these little heavy metal and/or rock ‘n roll mashup HardShirtz are creating. Pretty great concept. This Guns & Maiden really rolls off the tongue and pops off the shirt. You’re gonna get noticed wearing this one, and the attention is going to be good. It’s going to show you have a sense of humor and you rock, which is pretty much an unbeatable combination.

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Seahorse, Octopus, stingray, and big old fish. These are very nice submarine shapes. Basically, allows you to go into enemy waters without anybody suspecting anything, although maybe seeing a 30-foot tall seahorse may cause some naval alerts in the more skittish countries, I think you’re still pretty much incognito in these fine vessels.

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Ah, the basics. Sometimes it really is the small things, the simple things that bring the most pleasure. How about a toast to health with a fine glass of beer. That’s a lovely gesture and something we could all use more of in these modern days of non-stop hustle and bustle and screens flashing blips into our eyeballs all day.

Read more on Salud T Shirt from Sack Wear…

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Ah. What a perfect shirt for this silly political season we are in right now. I simply cannot believe what a shambles the United States political system is in. Along with just about everything else. F’d up I tell you. Wait, of course I can believe it. I’ve always harbored the belief that the whole thing was a sham and politicians were available for the highest bidder, but then I got sucked into the spectacular marketing campaign that was Barack Obama’s presidential run, and voted for him. I got a brutal slap in the face thinking there could be change and hope while still working within the system. What a joke.

Read more on Velociraptor Party T Shirt from Tee Tower…

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The folks at Pud Tees are from the UK but living in Spain and they have really different looking tees than you normally see. For instance this That’s Right Meth’s T Shirt actually doesn’t make a lick of sense to me as a viewer from the US, but over there in Europe it’s probably the damndest funny thing you ever saw on cloth. But, that’s why I like this tee and many, many of the other over at Pud Tees. They are quite different. They’re quite odd. Half of them don’t make any sense, but they’re visually pleasing.

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I like this UK  Worm Sign t-shirt site, which leans heavily on the DJ culture for design inspiration. In fact, I really like this I Know It All Sounds the Same That’s How I Like It T Shirt because it answers a common misconception or willful ignorance or lack of openness with humor, which is always the best way to go.

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I really like Fakejoy’s tagline. Fabricate your happiness. In fact, I like their company name too. And you know what else: I like their shirts. How about all them apples. Anyway, you came here to get the scoop on the featured shirt from Fakejoy,  which is Tokyo to New York City (NYC). Both cities have been attacked by giant monsters, Godzilla and King Kong respectively, and both are great cosmopolitan metropolises teeming with life, activity, and vitality.

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There is nothing more insidious than an evil creature that comes in cute costume. It’s the whole biblical concept of Satan coming as an angel of light. He seduces you with beauty and perceived goodness. You feel comfortable because your eye is telling you everything is cool, and once you hit that certain point of relaxation whammo, the devil hits you with evil cravings…addictions, bad thoughts, urges to hurt, maim, and kill…and worst of all, desires to become the most wretched creature on earth…a Wall Street banker.

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I’m reviewing Rizzo Tees right here because the proprietor of the shop, Chris Reimer, is some sort of social media guru master rock star, and I figure if I can get him to like me by slathering heavy, thick praise on his shirt work that he might become my friend on Facebook, or follower on Twitter, or connect with me somehow that makes me look 112 times cooler than I really am.

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