St. Paddy’s Day is always just around the corner, so it’s time to get a green t-shirt for the best-est holiday of the whole year!

C’mon ladies, show off your Lucky Charms on St. Paddy’s Day!

Mugs not Drugs! Drink up… it’s legal!

If you are looking for some action on St. Paddy’s Day, then this t-shirt was made for you!

Everybody loves a Free Hug!

Perhaps my most favorite t-shirt ever!

Gamers celebrate St. Paddy’s Day… right?

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That Rug Really Tied The Room Together – Big Lebowski T-Shirts.

I’m Calmer than You Are – Big Lebowski T-Shirts.

Kaoru Betto (t-shirt worn by “The Dude” in the Big Lebowski) – Big Lebowski T-Shirts.

14 Hidden jokes and cryptic metaphors in the Big Lebowski.

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imonaboat

Oh shit, get your towels ready! Snorg Tees has just released “I’m On A Boat” t-shirt! This fun t-shirt is just one of many t-shirts designed after or about Lonely Island songs. After the release of “I’m On A Boat” video, it was only a matter of time before  a parody t-shirt would be created.

If you haven’t seen the video yet, check it out below, and the featured t-shirt will make a lot more sense!

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It is typical for such a day to yield all sorts of attention from T-shirt designers. Cinco de Mayo, Spanish for 4th of May, is a holiday that has become quite the American symbol for partying and celebrating – hence cool t-shirts galore! I’ll quickly point out a couple shirts, on different ends of the creativity spectrum, which caught my eye.

First is a Cinco de Mayo shirt from BustedTees, seen below on the left. This t-shirt encompasses what I like to call a simplistic creative style, that has been seen across many popular T-shirts designs in the last year or two. It also adds a comic twist to the term Cinco de Mayo, showing 5 “mayo” jars. Gotta love it.

Second, seen in the middle, is another comic shirt geared towards the Cinco de Mayo celebration. This one shows the more American approach to the holiday, haha. The shirt is self explanatory and quite funny. This one is from zazzle.

Last, in the group of simplistic creativity, is a shirt that sort of surprised me. It is a Nike – Jordan shirt, that seemingly could not stay away from the Cinco de Mayo festivities and colorized the sacred Jordan logo with the Mexican flag colors.

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On the other end of the creativity spectrum is this much more detailed shirt by sonmi, titled BurgBot, which I found on Design By Humans. This shirt is definitely design genius, incorporating a “burger” into an aztek design look, squirting out what could be ketchup and mustard. The color combinations alone are perfect and the second I saw this shirt, I imagined someone with a Mexican hat on yelling the typical “ahhh-haaa-hayyyyy” Mexican mariachis chant! haha!

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This post is perfect to point out how diverse T-shirt design creativity can be, and still yield a wonderful shirt. I’m sure not everyone will pick the same favorite from the featured shirts, but the majority will agree that these shirts are great for the occasion! Happy Cinco de Mayo!

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Chairman Mao

“Who’s the leader of the club, That’s made for you and me?” M-I-C-K-E-Y M-A-O!!!”

Mao Zedong was a communist socio-political theorist, and founding father of the People’s Republic of China. But who knew that he was also a member of the Micky Mouse Club?!?!

Funny Nerdy Shirts

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oregantrail

Nothing is more 80’s retro than the classic computer game Oregon Trail. Anyone that went to elementary school in the US or Canada during the 80’s or early 90’s surely played this game on their classroom’s Apple II or PC. The game was supposedly educational, but all most people remember is hunting buffalo and dying! Not exactly a great history lesson, but the game was a lot more fun than listening to lecture or studying arithmetic!

If you want to reminisce some more you can play the game for free at Virtual Apple.

If you are too lazy or don’t have time to play, just watch the 60 second video from Gamespot.com below:

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