I Stumbled this yesterday and thought it was pretty damn funny. It’s a tag from a small American t-shirt company that sells products in France. Here is how the French portion of the tag translates:
Wash with warm water.
Use mild soap.
Do not use bleach.
Do not dry in the dryer.
Do not iron.
We are sorry that our president is an idiot.
We did not vote for him.
La Fraise is a French based store with a great looking site and even better looking designer graphic tees. Browse in French or English and you’ll find some cool tees like the Moneyvice tee (left) or Cheval de trois II. La Fraise uses Spreadshirt for fulfillment, but looks to have a completely custom shopping cart system in place. Really nicely done and with some shirts.
Our celebrity t-shirt snapshot of the week comes from Gray’s Anatomy star Sandra Oh wearing some kind of Hangman t-shirt. We haven’t yet figured out where the Hangman tee comes from, so if you know please comment.
You may have seen this Little Miss Sunshine t-shirt recently being worn by Britney Spears – that is if you weren’t too busy looking at her crotch. Britney was seen sporting the Little Miss Sunshine tee during one of her numerous crotch slips a couple weeks back. We loved the tee, but didn’t know where it came from. Well, thanks to our fine readers, we now do. The one and only 80′s tees has Britney’s sunshine shirt. Not to mention a ton of other great stuff. Worth mentioning as well that they’re giving away a Rocky Balboa movie poster with the purchase of any Rocky t-shirt.
I’m sure there about a million jokes to be had with this photo of Paris Hilton wearing a Hello Kitty sweater – in light of all her infamous kitty flashing behavior. We won’t even go there. I know technically Paris is wearing a sweater now a tee shirt, but it’s Paris, and she’s a fixture of t-shirt fashion so we’re loosening up the rules a bit.
Another snap of DJ Adam sporting a Metallica t-shirt this time. I have no idea what’s up with the shinner, but I’m sure it’s safe to say he didn’t get it from Nicole Richie.
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So if you’re wondering what Dick in a Box means, you probably didn’t see Saturday Night Live last weekend. If you did manage to catch the SNL Digital Short with Justin Timberlake then you’re probably laughing by now. Leave to the folks at Jerkass Clothing to be one of the first to market with a Dick in a Box shirt. Jerkass was quick to hit last time with a funny shirt for the SNL short P is for Portman. The Dick in the Box shirt is great because it’s one of those tees that either leaves people laughing out loud or thinking you’re totally deranged. All the makings of a great tee if you ask us.
I’m warning you now you may actually hurt yourself watching this video of Vida Guerra during a wet t-shirt photo shoot. Vida Guerra in a wet t-shirt pretty much equates to Nirvana for wet tee fans. Please use restraint.
(sorry youtube nixed the vid) – but here’s a couple shots from the wet down.
You don’t have to be from Arizona to dig these hiking tees. Mountain Rags is an online boutique shop started by a hiking fanatic who just happens to live in Arizona. And while many of the hiking themed shirts reference Phoenix’s famous Camelback mountain, there are also some great slogans for hikers of any origin. Featured here we’ve got The Best Hump in Arizona tank and a Mountain Babe crop. Mountain Rags has hiking themed apparel for men, women and kids including shirts, jackets, pants and shorts. Even a good spin on the ubiquitous Las Vegas slogan – What happens on the mountain, stays on the mountain.