FWD: FINALLY A T SHIRT WITH SOME "REAL" MEANING!!!!

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Subject: FINALLY A T SHIRT WITH SOME "REAL" MEANING!!!!
 

 
FINALLY A T SHIRT WITH SOME "REAL" MEANING!!!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Praise the lord, we finally found a T-shirt which expresses some "real meaning"! Sure took long enough. I've been wearing t-shirts my whole life, and I never even realized that they were missing a "real meaning".

And what a meaning: expressing displeasure with a public figure in a mildly snarky way. What an age of wonder we live in!

I think I can die in piece now, knowing that mankind has reached this pivotal step in our evolution as a species.

Valeyard said...

Oh, good. I was worried the snarky Presidential merchandise industry would never recover.

Anonymous said...

Yawn.

Remeber the January 20, 2009: The End of an Error" t-shirts? Or all of the other 1/20/09 merchandise that was popular when Bush was in office?

Why think up your own stuff? Just cut and paste!

ferschitz said...

Recycling from the leftwing once again - eh? Good move when one doesn't either know how to or feel like using one's brain.

and, like, wow: such an original t-shirt. All hail this genius dude.

katz said...

He'd better enjoy wearing it, since he's going to have to trash it in November 2012.

Anonymous said...

@Anon #1

die in piece? Did you mean "pieces" or "peace"?

Anonymous said...

Did you mean "pieces" or "peace"?

Pretty sure I wrote what I meant. The shame of our nation not having T-shirts that "meant something" was likely to literally shatter my body into any number of small pieces. Now that this amazing "meaningful" T-shirt exists, I'm confident my corpse will stay intact.

You wouldn't think that a dead person would care about the state of their body, what with being dead and all, but I'm banking on an undead zombie apocalypse sometime in the future, and it would just be embarrassing to be unable to participate because I had shattered into pieces.

 
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