Last week, we notified you of a 50% off deal (or $15 for a $30 coupon) at Groupon so you could buy our Facebook t-shirts for cheap. Well, not only is Groupon repeating the exclusive discount today on Groupon Manhattan, they’re also featuring our I LIKE NY t-shirt in the promo!
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The latest addition to our collection of Facebook t-shirts is inspired by the recent uprate of Facebook’s Like button. Face it, it’s now EVERYWHERE. So why not on your body?
The print on this t-shirt reads: “To Like or not to Like. That’s the question!” and is embellished with blue Like button in both activated and deactivated state. Of course, it’s …
I love New York t-shirts. You’ve seen them on friends, celebrities, and also braggarts who’ve never visited New York City. But the problem with the 80s I ♥ NY logo, printed on millions of plain white t-shirts worn around the world, is that the pop-style heart symbol is so last decade. In the Facebook age, we don’t “heart” things or people, we “thumbs up” them.
If you’re an Internet veteran, chances are high you’ve frequented each of the four websites mentioned on NerdyShirts’s parody of the popular John&Paul&Ringo&George 2K by Gingham t-shirt: Geocities (RIP), Friendster (I never bothered), MySpace (I still use it… every three months) and Facebook (on it RIGHT. NOW.) A must-have t-shirt for every serial social networker!
Face it. You’re not born with Jimi Hendrix’s fingers, Charlie Watts’s sense of rhythm, or Sting’s voice. But there’s at least one, maybe slightly odd instrument you can totally rock out on, right? So it’s about time you form your own geek band with up to eleven of your Facebook friends, and pick an instrument for yourself and each band member (or let them choose one themselves).
When I visited the reface.me t-shirt shop at Skreened today to check on the sales of our official “I don’t read books, I read Facebook status updates” slogan t-shirt, a pleasant feeling overpowered me. No, we didn’t sell 100 tees overnight, but their staff decided to feature not just one but FOUR of our designs FRONT PAGE.
You realised you just spent 3 hours reading your Facebook news feed while you really should’ve been writing that paper due tomorrow. To make it even worse, most of the status updates were completely uninteresting messages about FarmVille. Your mind is saying “DIE FACEBOOK DIE” but your heart is screaming for more.