The blackest of all sales Im Telling You Im Not A Bunny My Mom Said Im A Baby shirt . is in running. for a few days now, on DesignByHumans. They rarely run big sales. When it usually happens, it’s for a very short time, for US orders or with free shipping over a certain considerable sum.This time the sale is pretty big. It combines Black Friday and Cyber Monday for 25% off on all apparel, with the code BFCM. What’s more, there’s free WORLDWIDE shipping for orders over $50. So, not only US customers but anyone from anywhere can enjoy DesignByHumans gifts. For the those complaining about the cold and the sense of buying t-shirts in winter, there’s an announcement. Long sleeves are now available and you can now stop whining!Just enjoy some of the best apparel the graphic design and the print on demand industries have to offer. I’m sure the occasion is big enough to not stop at a purchase lower than $50. The threshold seems pretty decent to me.Here are some of the selected “Designs of the Day” featured daily on their site. But if you don’t know where to really start your shopping, check out the POD Gift Guide, where DesignbyHumans are also included.’
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If you think that pop culture is life and even Christmas needs a pop culture theme, these next t-shirts are just the right thing for you Im Telling You Im Not A Bunny My Mom Said Im A Baby shirt . Take the next list as a wishlist to give to you close ones. They’ll surely get the hint. If you give it to them quick enough, maybe the’ll be in time for some Black Friday reductions.I’ve been looking at the latest pop culture designs, from the daily sites, but exclusively those. I still see an impressive number of Stranger Things t-shirts that prove more and more creative. It is truly a phenomenon to see such an impact on the apparel industry.But the point of the post is Christmas with a pop culture twist, and these next ones are exactly that. A multitude of references, crammed on the same t-shirts, most of them in an ”ugly sweater” style.The description is not meant as a negative one. If you understand the humor of ugly sweaters and ugly sweater patterns, then you will like the somewhat senseless mashups. If there’s a time when we can accept ugly sweaters and ridiculous pop culture mashups as fun, Christmas is the perfect for doing just that. And it’s the perfect excuse for me to show you a “Pickle Rick” Christmas design. I never thought it would be possible to put that in the same sentence.