Why, Yes, I am a Giant Nerd

It’s so easy to make t-shirts at Cafepress, that I went ahead and made the t-shirts I threatened to make the other day.


I don’t know how many people need a shirt that says “I’m not a feminist but I’ll kick your ass if you get in the way of my daughter,” but those people have one now.


And, I made a “This is what a feminist looks like” shirt in kids’ sizes.


Good fun.


Okay, maybe only for me.

9 thoughts on “Why, Yes, I am a Giant Nerd

  1. If you want a t-shirt to wear proclaiming your alpha male status, well maybe you aren’t one. "Gamma girl" and "beta boy" shirts might sell briskly at the Hot Topics and so on where the kids buy those "doesn’t play well with others" and "picked last in gym" shirts. (Sometimes I look at those kids and think, you couldn’t <i>all</i> have been picked last in gym. But then, the kid with the "porn star" shirt probably isn’t one, so I guess I shouldn’t take this stuff too literally.)

  2. <i>If you want a t-shirt to wear proclaiming your alpha male status, well maybe you aren’t one.</i>You’re just saying that so that you’re the only one wearing one.

  3. I clicked on the yellow t-shirt so I could read the slogan (it is rather small; does this mean the feminist t-shirt wearer is trying to lure the patriarchal gaze closer to her boobs?) and found it hilarious that four little pictures appeared of a few young men modeling the t-shirt. I wish that all college fresh-men had to wear shirts like that around. It might clear up some confusion about what and who feminists are.

  4. Yes, right up to her boobs, where she can then smother him with them or knock him upside the head. Whichever works.

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