Yet Another Sign Of The Apocalypse

May 8th, 2009 | brainjuice, music

I knew these shirts were out in the wild, but I didn’t think anyone was actually buying them.

And then:


17 Responses to “Yet Another Sign Of The Apocalypse”

  1. My God…I want one. No, dozens. No, several hundred.

  2. Well, if you don’t want the enormous dick, I’m sure I can find quite a few men who’d appreciate the trade.

  3. “Godzilla Bukkake,” sir.

  4. It seems unfair that you and your outstanding endowment won’t be getting any royalties from those shirts. You should demand cash from any random strangers you see wearing that shirt.

  5. That’s not just any fan, that’s a minor celebrity, creator of As Seen in VT:

  6. If anyone would actually like one, they can buy them here. Also, I’d be happy to give Warren Ellis 50% of each sale, which would come to about $0.50 per shirt.

  7. Let’s give credit where credit is due – that phrase originally showed up on Topless Robot in a mini-review of G.I. Joe: Resolute:

    Plus, the guy who wrote the review wants one of those t-shirts.

  8. Katie, your offer is both needlessly generous and nowhere near as amusing as the idea of a bearded Red Bull and nicotine junkie demanding money from strangers.

    Southend-on-Sea could turn that into a tourist attraction.

  9. IMO $0.60 to you for doing all the work, $0.30 to Rob at TR for being so fucking funny and $.10 to Warren for being born with such a huge penis.

  10. I love that it’s offered in childrens sizes.
    Since I have reached the age where all of my friends are spawning, this is useful.
    I’m getting these for xmas for their lil darlings along with bibs that say Godzilla Bukake with a lil dinosaur on them.
    There, shopping done…

  11. Eric, I like the way you think :)

  12. If I ever saw a child wearing one of those, it would still only be the second least appropriate shirt I’ve ever seen on a child. “My mom is a MILF” still holds that title by a wide margin.

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  15. People seem to be confused. *I* didn’t print that shirt, and I didn’t write the quote in question.

  16. Hah! I am the lowly photographer for this shot, and Katie is the awesome.

    BTW, for this picture we were at the Star Trek premier in Vermont, and my costume was waaaaaay better. ;-)


  17. I bought it, and if I ever run into you on the street, I will dish out a couple bucks and hand ‘em over. Plus an extra fifty cents if you feel like proving the validity of the shirt.