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#768: Got T-Shirts?

These t-shirts have a large housefly on the upper right front. Why a fly? Why not a fly? When I was a kid, we used to put them in the freezer, tie dental floss around them, and then keep them as pets on leashes while they thawed out.

  • The women's babydoll t-shirt pictured above is made of 100% super-soft ring-spun cotton. Made by Bella, it has a double-needle stitched bottom hem, capped sleeves, and a tapered side-seamed body with a contoured fit. The sizes do run extremely small, so order one or two sizes larger than you normally would. You can always use permanent marker to change the label later. If you're a freak.

    Click here, and it's yours for $19.95 to $28.95, depending on size and colour.

  • In association with Zazzle.comThe men's American Apparel t-shirt is skin-hugging, ultra-soft, and fitted. It is 100% baby rib cotton, combed for comfort, with a double-needle stitched bottom hem. The sizes run small, so order it one size larger for a looser fit. It will show off those hot abs and firm moobs you've been rocking ever since you started reading weblogs.

    Click here, and it's yours for $22.95 to $31.95, depending on size and colour.

  • In association with Zazzle.comThe children's basic American Apparel t-shirt is the softest, smoothest, classic medium-weight t-shirt. It is 100% fine jersey cotton, combed for comfort, with a flattering, stylish fit on any body type. You could use this t-shirt to teach them the joke where you point at their chest, say You've got a fly on your shirt, and then hit them in the nose with your finger. It'll be a riot.

    Click here, and it's yours for $21.95 to $29.45, depending on size and colour.

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