As you all know, printed t-shirts can be awesome. They can contain clever funny lines, cool images or objects that mean something to its wearer. However, they can turn out as utter fails as well, especially if you set the right timing and circumstances.
To let you know what exactly are we taking about, we’re bringing you a gallery of 20 worst t-shirt fails of all time. Check it out below.
The hits keep coming — pun totally intendo, BOOYAH! — in this new video mixtape from YouTuber Robert Jones. Structured loosely around the emotional life cycle of illicit drug use (the excitement… the confidence spike… the crash!), the edit takes a detailed, nay exhausting, look at the consumptive habits of our favorite on-screen anti-heroes, highlights including the Milk Bar from A Clockwork Orange, Tony Montana’s mountain of nose candy in Scarface, and the goofball stoners from Half-Baked.
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Brooklyn’s sweater pop practitioners, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have returned with a great new album, Belong, that showcases a bigger, more self-assured and lusher sound than its somewhat lo-fi, self-titled predecessor. In support of this new recording, the quartet recently shot a video for its first single, “Heart in Your Heartbreak,” which is embedded below:
The clip’s rather comedic treatment finds the band working at a local guitar shop, each member filling, à la Empire State, some sort of music store archetype: the exuberant ponytail, the friendly nerd, the aging, potbellied hipster, the disaffected Goth (editor’s note: is there any other kind?), et al. As with almost everything the Pains have turned out to date, the video is sweet, funny and imbued with a sense of heart… and whimsy.