We all have to make to-do lists at some point. These lists typically grow once you get married to track all the things your wife wants done that you never intend to do. Not that I know anything about that.
One of my all time favorite movies is the Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Growing up, we had a very early pay TV service that played one or two movies per month between 7 and 10pm each night and for a month straight all they seemed to play was that film.
Normally when I see a Hawaiian shirt-wearing person, they are really old or just have bad taste. Normally I don’t approve of Hawaiian shirts at all, but in this case, I will make an exception. This is a Deadpool Hawaiian shirt and it has the sword-wielding super hero hidden in the print.
This Games of Christmas Past sweatshirt brings back memories of old school 8-bit gaming, when every game you got for Christmas was a truly treasured. The sweatshirt will warm your heart. Plus, it will keep you warm in the winter months.
Each year we all know people that break out the holiday-themed sweaters and shirts at the first hint of November. I always found that very annoying, especially when the sweaters are so ugly they would make ole St.
Not all cosplay has to be complicated or difficult to wear. Case in point, this awesome replica of one of the beach shirts worn by Dragon Ball‘s resident pervert Master Roshi. Now all you need is a pair of red-framed sunglasses, a bald head, a white beard and a turtle shell.
Ryan Gosling is a bit of an icon both on-screen and on the web. He has inspired a bunch of viral images, including a meme (did you know that he doesn’t like cereal?). His following is so strong that there’s even jewelry and a browser extension inspired by him.
I am a huge fan of the animated show Archer. I am so incredibly bitter that the fourth season is not on Netflix yet. I started my Archer experience late and blew through the first three seasons in a caffeine-induced binge weekend.
This awesome shirt comes from Asheville, North Carolina illustrator and graphic designer Ian Leino. It is called “Argyle Fighters,” and is basically a classy Star Wars shirt design that features a TIE fighter argyle pattern.
Many are on the constant search to find the perfect shirt. Not just any shirt, but the shirt for all occasions – something that can be worn to work and donned for a night out. Of course, you’d still have to layer on cardigans or accessories in order to make the full transformation, but what if I told you there’s a shirt that can literally morph into anything you want it to?
Want to show off your right to bear arms? Then you need this shirt.
I don’t need to tell you why. All you have to do is take one look at it before you scramble to get that little plastic card from your wallet.
Playtime doesn’t have to be so tiring for parents. I mean, you already spend most of your time at home picking up after the kids, feeding them, doing their laundry, and helping them with schoolwork. So it’s only fair that playtime is easy on you, the parent, while still being fun and hopefully education for your child.
Smudged screens are one of my biggest pet peeves. Unfortunately, they’re virtually unavoidable when you have a smartphone because every tap or swipe on the screen will put greasy fingerprints on it.
For that reason, I carry a microfabric cloth with me wherever I go.
If you watch movies and trailers fairly frequently, then no doubt this shirt will look familiar to you. Its design is based on the Motion Picture Association of America’s (MPAA) film rating review system that informs viewers if what they’re watching is safe for all audiences or not.