The act of dipping your testicles into the open mouth of another person. Kind of like dipping a tea bag in and out of a cup of water.
I caught the mail man tea bagging my mom. She gagged.
You gotta love McLovin’! And to commemorate this awesome video, I give you three wearable teabag promoting tees! The first teabag tee is from JiNX and is a play on that annoying TV advertisement for HeaOn.Â
“This shirt serves as teabagging propaganda, urging gamers everywhere to squat and dip with wreckless abandon. It was inspired by what is possibly the most annoying commercial ever created. If this concept is new to you, simply lie prone, shut your eyes, close your mouth (or hey, keep it open!) and ask your closest male friend to demonstrate the technique.”
I love me a good T-Shirt. I love T-Shirts so much that I have a closet filled with T-Shirts. Plain T-Shirts, Bright T-Shirts, T-Shirts that scream ME, Odd T-Shirts and Old Skanky Stinky Filled with Holes T-Shirts (not so much). I even have a stack of unused virgin T-Shirts.
Needless to say, when I see a cool T-Shirt, I buy it. So it really irritates me when there’s a T-Shirt that I want and the price that I have to pay to get it is ridiculous, especially when it doesn’t need to be. First of all, I’m more than happy to pay $20-$25 for a custom designed indie T-Shirt. What I’m not happy to pay is $10.49 (or $17.49) for …. wait for it … shipping on a single T-Shirt that cost $14.95!Â
The culprit here is JINX (J!NX) Clothing Company. They make and sell specialty geek inspired T-Shirts. A lot of awesome stuff indeed. They also make the official Diggnation and Totally Rad ShowÂ T-Shirts. I love Diggnation and am an active (addicted) Digg user. I love the Totally Rad Show and I watch on a weekly basis. I would love to have T-Shirts for these two shows but the damn shipping is ridiculous! I really don’t understand why, as a Hawaii resident, I need to pay over 10 bucks for shipping! Do they tack on an extra 5 bucks for “handling?” I’ve ordered tons of shirts online and they usually charge no more than 5 bucks for shipping and handling costs.Â