T-shirt Of The Week #012: DISEASE

February 22nd, 2010 | Work

TOTW is basically a joke that Ariana and I pull each week in our joint guise as the International Electrophonic Unit. Basically, we take some of the stupider things I’ve said on Twitter and elsewhere, often in a state of extreme alcoholic refreshment or severe sleep deprivation, and put them on a t-shirt. Ariana set up a Cafe Press store (because this is a joke and engaging with a serious maker of t-shirts would be less funny to us), and… well, once a week, here we are.

Through this website and this Cafe Press store, we’re going to release one t-shirt a week. It’ll go live on Monday… and it’ll die Sunday night — midnight UK time, more often than not. Each one lives for a week, and then it’s replaced by the next week’s shirt. Until I either run out of dumb ideas or Ariana’s brain explodes.

So, every Monday, I’ll post the new shirt here, and you can peer at it more at http://www.cafepress.com/electrophonic.

Anyway. I present to you T-Shirt Of The Week #012: DISEASE:

What? People ASKED for this shirt. ASKED.

We also offer a couple of perennial items, including:

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(And also a MAN COOK MEAT WITH FIRE "splatter-shield", because Ariana’s crazy)

Thank you for your kind attention.

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8 Responses to “T-shirt Of The Week #012: DISEASE”

  1. You can’t keep protesting the love swami tag when you create things like this ;)

  2. People ask for anything these days. Sheesh,just because you’re Warren’know how to write’bloody Ellis.
    Can ya tell them to ask (ASK) for a new one? Broke English teacher needs $$. Accept donations in cash,please. (=

  3. I’m laughing at Owen’s comment…

    I think “PLAINTEXT STILL WINS” would make a smashing tee. Helvetica. Or Courier, but that’s a big maybe.

  4. Does the back say:
    “and all I have to remember it by is this fucking T shirt”
    or
    “Liquor and Meds. It’s what for supper”
    or
    “and me likey”
    :p

  5. I want to see pictures of people wearing that t shirt in their daily lives.
    You know, primary school teachers, vicars, sexual health workers…….. those sort of people.

  6. I quite disappointed that this isn’t available in a maternity tee.

  7. This *deliberately* isn’t available in a maternity tee.

  8. damn straight i have been asking. it’s about time you listened to me! thanks, warren and ariana!