Out of Print Clothing
Buy one of Out of Print Clothing’s “iconic book cover” shirts, and they’ll donate a book to children in Africa. It’s better than ironic t-shirts. And it’s charitable. So.
Okay, how do I really feel? I think the Moby-Dick shirt is a little much. I’m scared of the unimaginative jokes that could occur if I don a shirt with the word “Dick” on it, in any sort of context.
Also, be careful with the Lolita shirt. I mean, guys – don’t buy it if you’re creepy looking. I cannot imagine anything worse than a pedo beard and a Lolita t-shirt standing around at a playground or something. Girls, don’t buy it if you’re under the age of 18. Make it 19, just to be safe.
I love how many people might buy these shirts completely unaware of the message they’re giving off. The Lolita shirt looks NICE. I am more than positive that men will buy the shirt, despite my pleas to the contrary. And if I ever see it on a man, I will laugh…and shudder.
Oh, and going back to my point from earlier today – DON’T BUY A SHIRT DEPICTING THE COVER OF A BOOK YOU’VE NEVER READ.
My favorite shirt (people who have to buy me presents for holidays that society forces upon us, take note):
*All jokes aside, Out of Print Clothing is a great idea and will bring happiness to a lot of people (and the shirts are hot).