I wish this stuff was easily available in Canada. I should buy them and resell them here for twice the price. Yeah!
On the back of most shirts is a stiff tag that tells you where the garment was made and how to wash it; however, its main purpose is to scratch the back of your neck and make you look retarded as it sticks out like a surrender flag waving in the air.
On my last trip to the U.S. I found Fruit Of The Loom t-shirts that had no tags! The information was printed on the back of the t-shirt instead, where the tag would be. After repeated washings the information is still legible, AND you can’t see the writing through the shirt; it’s unobtrusive.
Now pillow manufacturers need to follow suit.
J!NX – Gamer Geek Hacker Computer Nerd T-Shirts is another retailer that offers amusing t-shirts and witticism for the geek in all of us.
Are there any Canadian-based retailers that carry these products?
Baby Wit sells t-shirts you wouldn’t normally see on babies:
We were tired of seeing cute rainbows, hearts and bears on baby shirts. Especially bears. We hated bears. And so we started Baby Wit, a company that designs baby T-shirts with an adult sensibility.
They’re not cheap: $17 to $22 U.S.