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Car Meet Fist: 1 Less Car T-Shirts

by Joshua Liberles on October 10, 2007

Tees Car Meet Fist: 1 Less Car T-Shirts

The beauty of our new-fangled internet and the direct marketing it allows is perfectly exemplified by these cool anti-car t-shirt designs marketed on craigslist. As the ad author says, “We’re three kids from Chicago that stop riding our bikes long enough to screen print the type of bicycle oriented shirts that we’d want to wear - for bike riders, by bike riders.”

 

The iconic designs are all sensational. I particularly like door #3, the car-fist. Break your frikkin car! T-shirts are for sale directly from these creative bike-addicts for $17.99 plus shipping and handling.

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1 George M September 28, 2007 at 3:23 am

Holy lord…it’s axel just split! Well, I guess that’s what happens when you put all that extra weight on F-150 frame.

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2 Kilgore Trout October 4, 2007 at 3:26 am

Why do the biggest jerks in the world have all the dough? They certainly dont seem to be smarter.

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3 Caedn October 19, 2007 at 1:44 am

The axle didn’t split, the tie rod broke.

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4 J October 27, 2007 at 1:12 pm

Its based on a Suburban not an F150 since those are Ford. That is hilarious to see some yuppy trying to take one of those off road and bust it like it was a tooth pick. These things are not designed for that. All they are designed to do is weigh alot and take up two lanes. I’m not one for vandalism, but it almost makes me wish that ELF were more prevalent in my home town.

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