Ever since, and likely even before, people started wearing various “I’m with stupid,” shirts, there has been a deep love for clothes with humor and wit. Custom tshirts are easy as heck to print out online at various services, and we the consumers have been blessed with a bounty of places to get our hilarious clothing fixes.
Busted has a great selection for the humorous shirt critic. Tending toward visual gags rather than text puns, they still have a library of chuckle-worthy Ts for you to choose from.
RoadKill has a decidedly morbid and dark humor streak about it. If your tastes trend toward the macabre, this is the store for you. Pull on a shirt with a gaping torso wound and a laconic “I’m fine” written over the chest, or claim you used to be a people person before people ruined it.
Another site with a sense of humor trending toward the sick and sadistic, so it’s another good place for finding the twisted in a good joke.
Now everyone who has a good joke can get their idea onto the internet! Sure, there are some mediocre offerings, but there are some genuine humorous gems hanging out on this site.
Second verse, same as the first – a great place where clever minds come together to sell funny clothes, among other things.
Well, until we found this site, we didn’t ever know there was a tshirt that had the family circus kids calling themselves an abortion of humor. So there’s that!
“Step aside coffee, this is a job for alcohol” shouldn’t just be on a shirt, it should be an inspirational life motto.
This one is all over the place. Jon Snow from Game of Thrones in the style of Adventure Time on the one hand, Charlie Brown in the style of Charles Bronson from Death Wish on the other. Mood whiplash anyone?
The name says it all. After all, when was the last time your pants proclaimed “Warning, I do stupid things?”
A sad stormtrooper crying because “I had friends on that death star.” Sold!
I didn’t know someone made Da Vinci’s Vitruvian man into an image where he’s rocking out with a guitar, but now it’s all I can think about.
An extreme closeup of Jules’ face from Pulp Fiction should not be this funny, but it really, really is.
“If you don’t talk to your cat about catnip, who will?” Who indeed, Redbubble. Who indeed.