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A venomous mammal that lays eggs? WTF?

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Anyone familiar with Seinfield surely knows about the annual holiday Festivus. Although mistaken for a fictional holiday, it is actually celebrated by many people across the world. The holiday center piece is the infamous “Festivus Pole” and activities include such practices as the “Airing of Grievances” and “Feats of Strength”.

For more information on Festivus check out the video below:

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Cowabunga! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles t-shirts from 80’s Tees! 

Those of us that grew up in the 80s and 90s surely remember the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Ninja Turtles were named after four famous renaissance artists: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. The foursome live in New York City and are known for fighting Shredder and the Foot Clan, and other various villains. Arguably, the Ninja Turtles are one of the most popular Comic Book superheroes, considered the franchise has crossed over to cartoons, movies, and merchandise! Overall, the Ninja Turtles are awesome and fun, and they look great on a t-shirt! If you love Ninja Turtles you will love the Ninja Turtle t-shirts from 80’s Tees. 

Red Ninja Turtles T-Shirt

Ninja Turtles Attack t-shirt

Shiny Ninja Turtles T-Shirt

Shiny Ninja Turtle T-Shirt

84 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shirt

84 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shirt

Green Ninja Turtles T-Shirt

Green Ninja Turtles T-Shirt

Blue Ninja Turtles Attack Shirt

Blue Ninja Turtles Attack Shirt

Party In My Mouth Michelangelo Shirt

Party In My Mouth Michelangelo Shirt

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It’s all about SNUG LIFE! Everyone love the Snuggie,  it’s a blanket with sleeves! How cool is that? The Snuggie is arguably one of the greatest inventions ever!

OK, seriously, I don’t know where to start. Snuggies are absolutely not cool. A Snuggie is basically a cheap blanket with arm holes, and some a**holes are spending around $50 bucks to buy one of them. From what I understand, Snuggies are sometimes on back order! What’s the big deal?

Do people really wear these things? I guess so, because I’ve had friends tell me they have seen people in public wearing them. Personally, I wouldn’t be caught dead wearing one of these ridiculous modified blankets. And if a Snuggie for people wasn’t bad enough, they had to start making Snuggies for dogs!

Snuggies are just plain creepy. They make you look like either a strange monk or some type of sadistic cult member. WTF? Why in the hell would anyone wear one of these things? Please someone tell me! I just can’t figure it out. If you are cold, just turn up your heat or buy a blanket. NO MORE SNUGGIES!

OK, enough of my Snuggie rant. Here is the infamous infomercial that made the Snuggie famous! Enjoy!

If you have already seen the “original” Snuggie infomercial, then perhaps you would enjoy the WTF Blanket infomercial better!

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Do you ever see a witty t-shirt and say to yourself, “Damn! Why didn’t I think of that?” That was the first thought that jumped in my mind when I saw this new design from Snorg Tees. This t-shirt is so simple yet very clever!

Even better is the t-shirt makes reference to the once popular song, Karma Chameleon, from the Culture Club. Back in 1984 this song was #1 on the Bill Board top 100! Also, this t-shirt sparks up memories. Not only of the 8o’s, but I once saw Boy George DJ in the UK. It was a good show if I remember correctly, but I think I was tripping on something so who knows!

Out of curiosity I went to Daily Motion and found the video. For some reason it is supposed to take place in Mississippi around 1870. Boy George is dressed as usual (like a fruit cake) and everyone else is dressed colorfully as well. There is a riverboat gambling scene which results in some guy being made to walk a plank. Is that strange?

At the end you can see it is a modern boat with lights! It’s supposed to be 1870 right? Am I the only one confused here? I guess Boy George traveled back in time on a boat? WTF?

Anyway, if you have time to kill check out the video below. Just keep in mind there was probably a lot of drugs (coke and heroin) involved when this video was filmed.

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