Here’s a funny shirt that I spotted at Venture Capital Wear thanks to @ryancarson of Carsonified. The product description mentions “…and the fact that your Mom would use your product just proves that she is not a valid test market.” I wonder if this applies to MILF’s?Â
I’m not the biggest fan of psychoanalysis but I am a fan of Sigmund Freud. When people think psychologist, the first person that typically comes to mind probably is Sigmund Freud. His theories, no matter how outrageous continue to influence how modern day clinical psychologists who continue to use methods of psychoanalysis treat patients.
Having said that, this shirt from Busted Tees titled Yo Mama basically cracked me up! It’s an obvious homage to Freud and his Oedipal Complex Theory, in which “largely unconscious (dynamically repressed) ideas and feelings centre around the desire to possess the parent of the opposite sex and eliminate the parent of the same sex”. Essentially, boys have repressed feelings for their mother and therefore they try their hardest to be like their father in hopes that they can have their moms all to themselves. You gotta love Freud!Â
Yo Mama is available for purchase from Busted Tees for $20.Â
Anyone here fans of Big Bang Theory? If so, you need to check out this T-Shirt from ThinkGeek.com. Playing Jan Ken Po (Japanese name of Rock Paper Scissors) is a playground stable for any kid that grows up in Hawaii. I remember fierce Jan Ken Po battles with my elementary school buddies -- so intense! Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock is a version of Jan Ken Po that wasÂ invented by Sam Kass and Karen Bryla, and was featured on an episode of CBS’s hit show, Big Bang Theory. I’ve included the hilarious bit from the episode below for you to chuckle at. You can pick up this shirt from ThinkGeek for $15.99!
And just in case you were wondering how to play this version of Rock Paper Scissors, well, here you go: