If it was summer then I would be all over this product. It’s called a Caperon. Yes, Caperon. It’s mashup of a superheroes cape and chef apron. It’s radical and the perfect summer accessory. Unfortunately, there are two problems. First, it’s not summer. Although, one could argue that it’s always summer in Hawaii. Despite this, the rest of the world actually experiences real seasons. Second, the Caperon is no longer for sale from Betabrand. Sad, but true.
I want this. I might have to find someone to sew me a personalized one.
There seems to be a lot of noise going on within the product page of this new Busted Tees T-Shirt. A bunch of Inception fans seem to think this shirt is inaccurate, while other really love it. Let’s try and see if we can break down the layers and see whether or not Dream Levels is in fact accurate or not.
Outer Layer (Reality): That’s where you and I are right now, assuming neither of us are sleeping and/or dreaming.
Layer 1 (Yusuf): This is where the initial dream takes place. Also, this is the dream that involves the longest free fall van dive ever in the history of movies and mankind. Yes, it was that long.
Layer 2 (Arthur): Layer 2 is the dream within a dream. Remember, it involved that very, very cool and gravity defying sequence in the hotel room and then elevator. Future Riddler was the guy ding all the work in this dream.
Layer 3: (Eames): Now it gets really complicated. This layer reflects the dream within a dream within a dream. It’s the icy snow fortress sequence. Tough guy Tom Hardy plays Â huge role in this dream sequence.
Layer 4 (Limbo): Ah Limbo. I think this is the part of the movie in which many brains exploded. Seriously, when leaving the theater a lot of people talked about amazing the movie was and then quickly switched topics to how unbelievable confusing it was. Limbo was the place that Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) needed to go to in order to save Saito. Remember, Saito was really, really, really old.
So there you go. A quick examination of Dream Levels by Busted Tees demonstrates that it is theoretically correct. However, I could be totally wrong.
If you live in the United States and love looking at A Better Tomorrow tees instead of wearing them because of the rate differences then this is the perfect time to pick up that tee you’ve been drooling for! A Better Tomorrow is having a Summer Sale and all shirts have been dropped to 22,00 â‚¬ and you even score free shipping (if you live in Europe). Pretty sweet, huh!
God, I envy that camel. Nice black shades for eye protection (very important) and a cold orange creamsicle on a hot day. What cold be better! I think this camel just inspired me to go to the beach over the weekend (the perks of living in Hawaii).Â
Threadless surely knows how to throw a sale! It’s summer time and to celebrate, why not buy some awesome (and cheap) tees! I just checked out their stock of $5 shirts, there are a bunch of gems, but you better act fast before they sell out of your size.Â