Monthly Archives: December 2016

Anal’s Room


Hey, you can have your own room for it if you want. Putting a sign on the door might be a bit much, is all.

Sleep Inside Your Pillow


Intended for use at work, or anywhere else you’d be sleeping in a chair with your head on a desk, the Ostrich Pillow allows you sleep with your hands and head inside of a cloth bag. I’m not sure I could sleep with my hot, carbon-dioxidey breath recirculating around my face, but the world is a big place, and there’s plenty of room for sleeping that way.

Men’s Manner Patch


Men’s Manner Patches are adhesive pads you stick over your male nipples to keep them from showing through your clothing. It is the opposite of this shirt, which may or may not be safe for work depending on whether men’s nipples are OK for you to see at your job.


This adult lubrication product (not safe for work, obviously, and I’m not including a pic here for that reason) boasts a realistic smell. You know, for all those occasions when you need a dash of bleach mixed with dead-fish-on-the-beach.

CUBE: The Color Digitizer


CUBE is a “color digitizer” that connects to your phone and “captures” the color of any surface you put it on. In other words… it’s a camera.

If you think that’s ridiculous, its competitor, an octagon called Nix (no, I’m not kidding) is three times the price of CUBE.

2016 Sucked

2016-sucked-shirtIt’s not that this calendar year was unarguably wonderful, taken overall or as a collection of independent events. It’s just that repeating something over and over causes it to become worthless, in the way that saying “newspaper” a hundred times in a row will leave you wondering if you’re saying the syllables in the right order, concentrating on the movements of your throat and tongue rather than the meaning of the word.

Reducing all of the political and social problems of the world in the past year into a catchphrase is not only intellectually lazy, and flaccid in its delivery, but it’s part of what contributes to our problems as a whole  in the first place. Calling an entire year a “dumpster fire” is semantically the same. It’s the absence of meaning, coupled with the suggestion of something thoughtful, that makes this so repugnant. If you oppose fascism, say that. If you’re a socialist, say that. If you believe women, minorities, and the poor should have the same rights as rich white men, say that. These are all specific ideas that are worth fighting for. If you’re afraid to put your beliefs on a t-shirt, then don’t buy a t-shirt that says “I Hate Bad Stuff And Only Like The Good Shit.” Just skip the t-shirt thing entirely.

Researchers have found that the lower a person’s cognitive ability, the more receptive they are to believing that vague statements carry deep meaning. (Here’s the study, if you’re curious.) So don’t take offense if you really do believe that “2016 Sucked” or “2017 Will Be Better”. A quick glance at Facebook will show you that many, if not most, of the people you know also like to repeat the same things back at each other, devoid of meaning. And know that given the success of this idea, there will undoubtedly be a “2017 Sucked” shirt, and 2018, and every year from this point forward, until the destruction of the earth prevents cotton from being grown, processed, knit, and screenprinted.

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