Buddha Judge Shirt Pete Buttigieg

Make Your Own Custom Pete Buttigieg Shirts: It’s Pronounced Buddha Judge

The race to be the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee is narrowing. Or is it widening? New people are jumping in every day! Now we got a guy named Seth? President Seth? Feels wrong.

But if you think it’s narrowing, then you probably see three candidates atop the polls: Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg.

Pete Buttigieg?! Who saw this coming?!

We did! We first learned about Mayor Pete in 2017 when he ran for DNC Chair. He was little known outside of South Bend then. And to be honest, he didn’t get much love in the DNC either.

The race for chair came down to Tom Perez and Keith Ellison, and Perez squeaked it out.

But there was this one guy giving interviews at that time. Each answer was so thoughtful. Considered. Smart! It was hard not to like him.

So we liked him! And we still like him! And now he’s running for President and it just feels right.

His biggest obstacle might be the pronunciation of his name. How do you say it? We made custom shirts that help.

See our “It’s Pronounced Buddha Judge” Shirts here.

If you prefer “Boot Edge Edge (but you have to say it fast)” that’s fine too. Why? Because all of our designs are totally customizable. Change the text to say whatever you want. Choose your own favorite way to share Pete’s message.

Start customizing any of our Pete Buttigieg Shirts, Tanks, and Hats here.

Mayor Pete 2020 Hat

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FunnyShirts.org Coupon Code for April 2019

It’s monthly coupon code time!

Here is our April 2019 promo code, which will save you $10 off any order of $70 or more:


It’s good all month long. Which means it doesn’t expire until 4/30/19. You have a whole entire month to order something uniquely hilarious for yourself or someone else. Birthday gag gifts? We’ve got ’em! From shot glasses to hoodies and stuffed animals to underwear…the possibilities are endless.

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The Influence of Jon Bois on the 40th Birthday T-Shirt Industry

Jon Bois is a genius. In three years, he will be a household name to vast swaths of American men who love to watch sports-related programming on television. Please bookmark this post and revisit it in 2022.

Was this prediction accurate? What’s the world like in 2022? Did Jared Kushner finally bring peace to the Middle East? Or is he in prison?

Back to Jon Bois. You might know his work from Chart Party, a series of videos from SB Nation which dive deep into data and sports.

The graphics are incredible. The music is even better. If you like sexy, sexy saxophones then you’ll love Chart Party.

He’s also very popular on Twitter. Recently, he tweeted:

by the time i’m 40 i pledge to:

– refer to all video games as “mario games”
– refer to everything on tv as a “show” including movies/sports
– use “spam” and “scam” interchangeably
– download a coupon app on my phone called WalletMunkey or something and never shut up about it— Jon Bois (@jon_bois)

February 15, 2019

Later, he followed that tweet with this one:

this tweet turned out to be pretty popular! in celebration, i’ve decided to release it into the public domain. this means you’re free to screencap it, crop out my name, post it to instagram, whatever you’d like to do. it belongs to all of us now— Jon Bois (@jon_bois)

February 16, 2019

We honestly couldn’t tell if he was joking or not, but we thought both tweets were very funny.

Releasing it to the public domain meant that anyone could take it, remix it, or use it however they want.

We just so happen to sell 40th Birthday T-Shirts, so it’s a perfect fit for your old friends at FunnyShirts.org.

We immediately took his text and turned it into a 40th Birthday Pledge Tee:

Here’s a fun thing about us: our design center helps us create designs super quickly. We noticed Jon’s tweet within an hour. We posted our reply with a link to this shirt within an hour and five minutes.

We had to decide which bits to include and which to leave off. We eventually had to edit out “refer to everything on tv as a show”. This felt sad, but good new folks: this design is totally customizable.

If you want to add that part back in, you can! You can make the text say whatever you want. Just follow the link and then hit that customize button.

Add a name. Add an inside joke. Personalize the hell out of it.

We’re hoping this leads to an avalanche of other twitter users posting hilarious content related to the age of 40, and then immediately releasing those tweets into the public domain. We’re holding our breath!

This post serves as big Thank You to Jon Bois. And since we’re already getting greedy, let’s ask for one more thing: will you please revisit the math behind the Surrender Index from The Saddest Punt in the World?

We think more weight should be given to teams that are down by 7 – 16 points, where the game is still theoretically in reach. If you’re down by two scores, but you’re in desperation mode, and you punt it away, then that’s just garbage. It looks like Chris Kluwe has already reached out to you about this.

Thanks again.

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FunnyShirts.org Coupon Code for March 2019

Although February is the shortest month of all, somehow it always manages to feel like the longest. But, we made it. Happy almost March, y’all. To celebrate we’re handing out one awesome coupon code. Take $5 off any order of $40 or more with code: CHRM.

It’s good for the whole month, per usual. Which means it expires 3/31/19.

Head on over and start customizing now! Choose from hats, tees, hoodies, mugs, and more. Check out our best sellers for some inspiration.

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FunnyShirts.org Coupon Code for February 2019

With February comes a sweet deal! You heard that right. It’s time to announce our monthly coupon code. So, here it is:

$10 off on orders $100+, with code TENT. This code expires February 28th. Yep, you bet it’s good all month long.

Is it ever a wrong time to create funny custom apparel? Probably not. We especially encourage it right now, because St. Patrick’s Day is coming in hot. We already know you’re planning on hitting that all day bar crawl, so make sure you and the crew have custom drinking tees to rock while you show the Irish how it’s done.

Same thing goes for Mardi Gras. You can’t party like you’re in NOLA without that green, purple, and gold. So head on over and check out our selection of custom Mardi Gras apparel.

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Promote the Green New Deal with Shirts and Hats

Have you heard about the Green New Deal?

It’s a new proposal from the younger Democratic leaders who are about to take over the House of Representatives.

It combines two things everyone loves:

1. Not dying in a desolate wasteland caused by climate change.

2. Inspiration from Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal.

Look around, fellow Americans. The country has gotten a lot richer in the past 40 years. But where has that wealth gone? To the poorest? To middle? Or almost entirely to the top 1%.

People are frustrated. They take their frustration out in a myriad of ways. Some don on a MAGA hat and vote for Donald Trump.

But there is a contradiction with most folks in MAGA Hats: their love of Trump and their love of this classic country song from the band called Alabama, Song of the South.

The song is a tribute to the FDR’s New Deal. Which seems incompatible to Trump’s views, right?

Daddy was a veteran, a southern democrat
They oughta get a rich man to vote like that

Already, we’ve got a democrat here. Interesting.

Cotton was short and the weeds were tall
But Mr. Roosevelt’s a gonna save us all

Looking to a Democrat president (a label that later applied to Obama) for help?

Well momma got sick and daddy got down
The county got the farm and they moved to town

Yikes. Sounds bad. Healthcare is a tricky subject. Trump is determined to destroy the Affordable Care Act, which seems to be bringing healthcare to a lot of people right now.

Pappa got a job with the TVA
He bought a washing machine and then a Chevrolet

And here we have it. FDR did come to the rescue. The TVA is a reference to the Tennessee Valley Authority. It was an economic stimulus program (a classic move from a “Spendocrat”, amiright?) and it did two important things: helped bring electricity to rural parts of America AND it gave the dignity of work to tons of previously unemployed people.

The TVA was part of the New Deal, and the New Deal was a great idea that actually worked.

It’s time for another New Deal. A green one.

Look, we’re nearing the point of no return on Climate Change. In Back to the Future Part III, this was symbolized with a windmill.

In reality, it will be symbolized with a lack of windmills. A shortage of solar panels. And too many oil derricks. Too many mountains stripmined for coal.

The earth is getting warmer. Polar ice is melting. Soon the sea levels with rise. We can kinda-sorta slow it down if we act really fast.

But to act fast, we’ll need a major initiative from the Federal Government. The Green New Deal.

A new stimulus program to combine a jobs guarantee with carbon reduction. It’s a super smart move from these young Democrats, who might someday be referenced in the same breath as FDR. And perhaps a new Song of the South will be written.

If this sounds good to you, help promote it with Green New Deal hats, shirts, and tank tops. Tell the world by wearing it across your chest.

And hey, we get it. Super vibrant green doesn’t look great on everyone. That’s why we offer several shades of green. Pick the one that suits you.

Please feel free to add your own spin. Every design is totally customizable.

Green New Deal Apparel

Deal me in.

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FunnyShirts.org Coupon Code for January 2019

Okay folks, nothing to see here. Whoa, except four free dollars! Gather round everyone, gather round. Don’t be shy, gather round.

Use code NEWY for $4.00 off any order of $40.00 or more.

This is our monthly coupon code for January, which means it expires… *checks notes*… at the end of January.

So start shopping for – and customizing – funny shirts now. And onesies, and undies, and all kinds of other good stuff.

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Make Custom Fantasy Football Shirts for Both the Champions and Losers of Your League

Fantasy Football championships will be decided this weekend. For most leagues, the loser, the basement dweller, the absolute taco, was decided long ago.

Which means it’s always a good time to think about custom t-shirts. They can be both a carrot and a stick.

Did you win your league? Congrats. You deserve a beautiful Fantasy Football Champion Shirt, personalized with your team name, league record, and point total.

You’re probably rolling in your championship winnings. How much was it? $200? $500? More?! Well, you can definitely spend some of that on a one-of-a-kind t-shirt that you can cherish as your own personal trophy for the rest of your life.

But you should also consider the less fortunate. What about the loser of your league? The person who finished in dead last?

Are they cold? Did they literally lose their shirt? You now have the cash to buy them a new one.

But they don’t deserve a regular shirt. No, they should be forced to wear the most humiliating shirt possible. A true Fantasy Football Loser Shirt.

Follow that link and you will see lots of pinks. Lots of unicorns. To be honest, we’re just responding to the market here.

It’s certainly not our belief that anything opposite from masculinity (in this case, pink) is “bad”. That’s not really the belief of our customer either. But it is yet another indictment of the Fantasy Football loser. It’s what *that* person thinks is embarrassing.

Well, maybe. There are probably lots of these giftees who love their Fantasy Football Loser Shirts. These unicorns are beautifully illustrated, after all.

And regardless, every design is totally customizable. So if you want to create your own Black and White Fantasy Loser Shirt with some other humiliating detail, you certainly can!

So remember to customize Fantasy Football Shirts for everyone: the champion, the loser, and the most deserving person of all, the commish.

Fantasy Football Shirts Customized

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The FunnyShirts.org Coupon Code for December 2018

Here is our monthly coupon code for December 2018:

Use code DEC5 for $5 off any order of $50 or more.

This is a monthly code so it expires on — you guessed it — December 31st.

We hope you use this code to create your own funny, custom apparel. Maybe you want to start with one of our templates and just customize the heck out of it.

Maybe you want to start from scratch.

Either way, start shopping now.

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Following Up on Our Prediction for Beto’s Post-Election Speech

Last month, we laid out an extremely specific prediction: the exact text Beto O’Rourke would use for his election night speech on November 6th, 2018.

Here’s what we got right:

  • Sadly, it would be a concession speech.
  • He would lose a close race.
  • His speech would make huge headlines.

Here’s what we got wrong:

  • Those headlines mostly focused on his use of the word “fuck”.
  • He did not announce a run for 2020.
  • We did not predict the number of other Texas races he helped to win.

At first, it seemed like a sad night in Texas. Beto had come close, within two and a half percentage points, but he didn’t win. Ted Cruz would be going back to the Senate for six (ugh) years.

But the closer we looked at other races around the state, the more apparent the impact of Beto’s campaign.

It was a huge surge of Democratic turnout, and maybe that wasn’t enough to tip the scales state-wide, but it sure was enough in certain localized areas. For example, look at Collin Allred in Dallas. He’s going to take his seat in the United States House of Representatives.

Allred was a terrific candidate and ran a great campaign. But does he get elected without the Beto-surge? Hard to say. Many people will use the term “coattails” here but that seems too disrespectful to Allred.

There’s also Lizzie Fletcher, soon to the representing parts of Houston in the House. Not to mention all the judges and other legislative seats.

We’re still hoping Beto runs in 2020. Surely an announcement is only moments away!

Until then, we’ll keep designing Beto 2020 hats and t-shirts… and even a few Beto Ugly Christmas Sweaters.

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