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  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
    weird
  • Suggesting something supernatural; uncanny
  • eldritch: suggesting the operation of supernatural influences; "an eldritch screech"; "the three weird sisters"; "stumpshad uncanny shapes as of monstrous creatures"- John Galsworthy; "an unearthly light"; "he could hear the unearthly scream of some curlew piercing the din"- Henry Kingsley
  • strikingly odd or unusual; "some trick of the moonlight; some weird effect of shadow"- Bram Stoker
  • Connected with fate
  • Wyrd: fate personified; any one of the three Weird Sisters
  • Very strange; bizarre
weird t shirts - Boys Are
Boys Are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them!
Boys Are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them!
Girls, here it is—everything you need to know about boys: 1. Boys come from the Stupid Factory. 2. Boys are pretty much smelly and useless. 3. It is possible to have fun with boys, however..... 4. If you decide to keep a boyfriend, he will need to be housebroken.

With a South Park-for-girls edgy freshness, artist and entrepreneur (David & Goliath clothing) Todd Harris Goldman updates the eternal battle of the sexes. And this time the girls win. Packaged in soft, puffy cover (so if you do keep a boyfriend around the house, he won't hurt himself too much when he tries to figure out what it is by putting it in his mouth), this bright, irreverent book is the perfect girlfriend gift .

No boys were hurt during the making of this book.

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weird beard t-shirt front and back
weird beard t-shirt front and back
These are the t-shirts we made. They are a Dean Garrity and Jess Major original design with special printing help by Misty Garrity. We thought the idea of stick figures with beards playing instuments was too funny of an idea to pass up. And the back of the shirt is full of a lot of little inside jokes... My brother-in-law was in a band "weird beard" they had what ended up being simultaneously their first and last ever show. The name was never official it was a joke that i came up with for his band and he jokingly booked a gig at his regular coffee house as "Weird Beard". A week before the show the band came up with their real name and we all realized Friday July 18the was going to be the first and last "werid Beard" show ever. So everyone in their fan-club rallied to make the night one to remember. We designed and made t-shirts, we made fake beards, i made a beard cake for the after-party and we surprised them that night with all of it. It was a super crazy and fun night and one that we'll never forget. Good Times....So if you run into any "Weird Beard" memorabilia save it'll be a collector's item some day
WORKS - Kinkiking T-Shirts - New collection
WORKS - Kinkiking T-Shirts - New collection
A few days ago I had the pleasure to work with the guys from Kinkiking T-Shirts. They are just great. They come up with crazy ideas, they design the coolest T-Shirts on earth and what's best, they let me take all the crazy and weirdest pictures I could ever imagine. We shot all day with model Valentina and Emmanuelle. We took pictures of the new collection of T-Shirts (4 new designs) and we had a f**cking great time working together again. More pics on the next days. Flickr doesn't allow to link to external pages, so if you want to see more of the Kinkiking's T-shirts, just google them.

weird t shirts
weird t shirts
We Are All Weird
We Are All Weird is a celebration of choice, of treating different people differently and of embracing the notion that everyone deserves the dignity and respect that comes from being heard. The book calls for end of mass and for the beginning of offering people more choices, more interests and giving them more authority to operate in ways that reflect their own unique values. For generations, marketers, industrialists and politicians have tried to force us into little boxes, complying with their idea of what we should buy, use or want. And in an industrial, mass-market driven world, this was efficient and it worked. But what we learned in this new era is that mass limits our choice because it succeeds on conformity. As Godin has identified, a new era of weirdness is upon us. People with more choices, more interests and the power to do something about it are stepping forward and insisting that the world work in a different way. By enabling choice we allow people to survive and thrive.

Book Description: We Are All Weird is a celebration of choice, of treating different people differently and of embracing the notion that everyone deserves the dignity and respect that comes from being heard. The book calls for end of mass and for the beginning of offering people more choices, more interests and giving them more authority to operate in ways that reflect their own unique values.

For generations, marketers, industrialists and politicians have tried to force us into little boxes, complying with their idea of what we should buy, use or want. And in an industrial, mass-market driven world, this was efficient and it worked. But what we learned in this new era is that mass limits our choice because it succeeds on conformity.

As Godin has identified, a new era of weirdness is upon us. People with more choices, more interests and the power to do something about it are stepping forward and insisting that the world work in a different way. By enabling choice we allow people to survive and thrive.

There are only 11,000 copies of the hardcover available from Amazon.com.

Jacqueline Novogratz Reviews We Are All Weird

Jacqueline Novogratz is founder and CEO of Acumen Fund, a non-profit global venture capital fund that uses entrepreneurial approaches to solve the problems of global poverty. Acumen Fund has invested over $50 million of patient capital in 50 businesses that have impacted more than 40 million people in the past year alone. Any money returned to Acumen Fund is reinvested in enterprises serving the poor. Currently, Acumen has offices in New York, Mumbai, Karachi, and Nairobi. Read her guest review of Seth Godin's We Are All Weird:


Seth Godin's latest book We Are All Weird is a song of freedom, an exuberant manifesto with the richness of choice that comes with wealth, the markets, the internet, our increasing connection with one another across the globe. He argues that the era of mass marketing is over (thankfully) and that as humans we seek not just to consume but to "connect," and therefore we find those who love what we love and, when it works best, create or join "tribes." We are allowed, indeed, encouraged to be individuals, to specialize rather than fit in or be "normal" and this is where richness begins. As Seth says, "Stuff is not the point." Connection, choice, pursuing what we love is.
Seth has advised the organization I founded, Acumen Fund, for many years. He constantly reminds us to be unafraid to focus on a small group of believers who make the choice to opt-in; and I can see that lesson elucidated brilliantly in We Are All Weird. We have the extraordinary luxury of choice and, for the most part, of doing what we want to do. How we use that choice to make the lives of others around us the richer for being connected to us is critical to Seth's evolving understanding of marketing and creating systems that release rather than stifle our energies—regardless of who we are, where we live, or what language we may speak. Read this book slowly and read it again for the lessons are rich and wise. I couldn't feel prouder to be a part of Seth's tribe.

--Jacqueline Novogratz

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