A Brief History of Graphic Tees
Posted on October 10 2021
Single Men Sewing Crisis Sometime between 1898 and 1904, the Cooper Underwear Company announced a new product for bachelors. It was the first under shirt that had no buttons and could be pulled over your head and presumably it was marketed to single men because they had no wives to...
Baby It's Cold Outside
Posted on October 11 2018
Moving in the Wrong Direction I love this whole resurgence of the feminist movement and yes, I believe Dr. Ford, but sometimes in the pursuit of righting all the wrongs we overthink things. Like the song Baby It's Cold Outside. I love this song - so much so that I...
Lyon at Heart
Posted on January 11 2018
When my friend Gina and I travelled this past summer, we had big plans to see 3 different countries - but 3 weeks wasn't really enough time to cover a whole lot of places in Italy, France and Austria so we ended up just swerving over to Lyon for a few...
Does anyone Else Think Cupid Looks Creepy?
Posted on January 05 2018
Actually I had not thought about it until someone else commented on it and then looked up graphics of cupid. Yup. Pretty creepy if you really look at them. A really fat baby with an adult head of really curly hair armed with a bow and arrow has become the...
Born to be Sarcastic?
Posted on December 21 2017
I was just sitting here wondering if sarcasm has always been around as a not-so-secret weapon of mass deconstruction or is it fairly new? Did Neanderthals communicate sarcastically through cave drawings and gestures? Or through complex speech if we believe the latest discoveries? Either way, was sarcasm important for survival?...
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