Let me start off by mentioning that SPAM is huge in Hawaii. The residents of Hawaii are the largest per capita consumers of SPAM in the entire world! As someone who grew up in Hawaii, I know this to be the truth. One of my favorites treats, even to this day, is what is affectionately known in the islands as a SPAM Musubi. It’s a simple, fun to eat finger food that consists of a rectangular block of rice, a nori (Japanese seaweed) wrap and a slice of good ol’ SPAM. My favorite place to pick up SPAM musubis in Hawaii is at the Gulick Delicatessen, a small okazuya that has been feeding Hawaii residents ono (delicious in Hawaiian) Japanese inspired food for a very long time.
So why all the talk about SPAM, you ask? Well, fellow T-Shirt blogger, Type Micah, has created some awesome SPAM inspired tees that deserved mention. His brilliant SPAMBOTSÂ tee (top) is infused with nondescript text that only the most keen SPAM connoseurs will notice with a mere glance. Non SPAM fanatics might take a little longer to spot the type, but, rest assured, it’s there.
You can pick up SPAMBOTS and a plethora of other SPAM inspired tees from the Spambot Shop for $19.99. Each shirt is highly customizable and can be printed on a variety of different products.