Coupon Code for November 2018

At, you can use this code to get $10 off any order of $100 or more:


It expires at the end of November 2018.

Hey look, we sell funny t-shirts alright? But so much more!

Every single design is fully customizable. Add your own text. Your own art. Upload an image.

Change the font. Change the colors. Make it bigger or smaller. Move it all around. Arch that text.

Or you know what? Don’t even customize one of our designs. Just start from scratch.

Make your own custom funny t-shirt by starting with a blank. It’s fun.

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The Size Of This Lad Sweatshirt

In Awe at the Size of this Lad: Shirts and Tanks for Absolute Units

If you’ve ever looked into the mirror and felt pure awe at the size of the lad standing before you, then perhaps you’ve come to the right place.

Are you an absolute unit? Do you know someone who is? Does their torso ever get cold?

Finally, a product to solve all of your problems. Actually, several products:

Absolute Unit Tees, Tanks, Hats, and Sweatshirts are now for sale at


A Bit of Background

The phrase first came to the public’s attention thanks to @mrreptoid’s tweet on Dec 13, 2017:



It was a series of photos showing the Queen of England getting into a car. He quickly concluded that this man should become King and we couldn’t agree more.



The meme started to spread when it was used by one of our favorite follows on twitter, David Roth:



Of course, you know David Roth’s work on Twitter thanks to his invention of “The Ratio”. When someone tweets badly, they will start to get many more replies than retweets or favs. The ratio will tend to resemble the batting statistics from baseball stars of yesteryear. For example, the Adam Dunn classic: a .198 batting average with 34 home runs and 83 RBI. That’s a bad tweet.

But today we’re talking about good tweets. In the case of David’s tweet above, he is using the Absolute Unit meme to call attention to one of the Koch children.

We don’t normally support being in awe at the size of this lad for purposes of mocking, but we can’t help but agree with David on this one.


In Conclusion

We love this meme and that’s why we made t-shirts.


The Size Of This Lad

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Beto O’Rourke in 2020: A Prediction from October 2018

It is October 25th, 2018.

Beto O’Rourke is making some incredible progress in Texas. But it’s Texas.

Demographic changes have some people thinking that Texas will eventually turn blue. But is it ready yet? I’m not sure. But I have a prediction.

Mark it down. Come back in two weeks to see if I’m right. Come back in two years to see if I’m really right.


Here goes:

Late at night on November 6th, Beto O’Rourke will take the stage to make a concession speech.

I hope he wins, but I think Texas is too red still.

Beto’s speech will sound something like this:

Thank you so much for your support. I’m sorry we couldn’t win this race.

In June, we were down 10 points.

In August, we were down 6 points.

In September, we were down just 3 points!

Today we lost by 1 point.

Imagine what we could have done with one more month.

Imagine what we could do with two more years.

**Pause while crowd gasps.**

This campaign is not ending tonight. I want to help Texas. To do that best, I think I need to help America.

This 2018 Senate Campaign is now a 2020 Presidential Campaign.

We’ve come this far. With another month, we would’ve won the senate. With another two years, we’ll win the White House.

Thank you.


If this happens, I will be thrilled. I’ve already started designing the t-shirts and hats. Beto, feel free to use any of these. We’re keeping it simple right now.

See all of our Beto Shirts, Tanks, and Hats here.

Do you recognize the frame? That’s from Friends, the one that goes around the peephole. Because we’re all friends here. We need to watch out for each other. Look through that peephole of politics, and open that door. The door to progress. Okay, that part is terrible. Beto, don’t use that writing. But do use any of the hypothetical speech above.

One more prediction: Beto wins in 2020.

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