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Science Babydoll
$20.99 $12.59
Science Babydoll
"Science: We finally figured out that you could separate fact from superstition by a completely radical method: observation. You can try things, measure them, and see how they work! Bitches. The graph on the back of the shirt is data from the COBE mission, which looked at the background microwave glow of the universe and found that it fit perfectly with the idea that the universe used to be really hot everywhere. This strongly reinforced the Big Bang theory and was one of the most dramatic examples of an experiment agreeing with a theory in history -- the data points fit perfectly, with error bars too small to draw on the graph. It's one of the most triumphant scientific results in history. ""Science / It works, bitches."" on the front with the COBE graph on the back in white on a green babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. The babydoll shirt is a slightly lighter green. If you bought this shirt before 9/15/12, your shirt may be slightly different than the current one. We've now switched this shirt to our standard babydoll blank."
ThinkGeek
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
$14.99 $9.99
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
"Seems like everyone has a different way of eating these days. Just at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ we have the carnivores, the pescatarians, the vegetarians, the vegans, and then there's our copywriter monkey who claims to be 100% vegetarian 80% of the time, which requires higher math when we pick a lunch place. Then there was this one guy we met who said he was vegetarian up until the point he smelled bacon cooking. So periodically, he was what we like to call bacontarian. We suggest bacontarianism as an alternative to your already presumably alternative eating habits. Plus, it kind of sounds like a religion. So when someone asks what you believe in, you can say, ""Bacon."" The chemical formula for bacon (okay, it's not... but it SPELLS bacon... we do NOT recommend you attempt to eat this combination of elements), Barium, Cobalt, and Nitrogen, printed with their atomic properties in white on a deep heather babydoll (fitted) v-neck t-shirt."
ThinkGeek
Non-Flammable? Babydoll
$20.99 $9.99
Non-Flammable? Babydoll
"Our lawyers told us we had to add a disclaimer to this shirt's page. So here we go: The text of this shirt is not intended to encourage the wearer of this shirt or its readers to set things on fire. ThinkGeek shall not be liable for any loss or damage of whatever nature (direct, indirect, consequential, or other) whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise, which may arise as a result of your wearing of (or inability to wear) this shirt, or from your purchase of (or failure to purchase) the shirt from this site. Purchaser is solely responsible for the use of the shirt in any applications, including those of an experimental nature. But srsly, kids, please always have a responsible adult around when working with fire. Also, it never hurts to have a fire-escape plan and a fire extinguisher. Store them next to your zombie-escape plan and your zombie extinguisher (read: shotgun). ""Non-flammable? Challenge accepted."" in white ink on a black babydoll (fitted) shirt."
ThinkGeek

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