Thursday, February 5, 2009

In Which I Get Into the Semi-Libellous T-Shirt Business

It happens all the time: you're just walking down the street, minding your own beeswax, when out of nowhere a squadron of coppers appears to arrest you for indecent groping. What do you do? Claim to be Massachusetts state rep Marty Walsh, of course.

In honor of St. Patrick's Day--and of disgraced former state senator James Marzilli--Women Do! is offering one-of-a-kind "Kiss Me, I'm Marty Walsh" T-shirts. Here's your chance to own a machine-washable piece of Massachusetts history. (Just the thing to wear to the Southie breakfast!)

Kiss Me, I'm Marty Walsh

You can obtain this amazing T-shirt, in both women's and unisex styles, here.

For more on the classic American font used in the production of these T-shirts, Cooper Black, please see this incredible VH1-style documentary: "Behind The Typeface."

As for the libel, I kid. Satire is well-protected under the First Amendment. But please be advised that if you are arrested while wearing this T-shirt, Women Do! will be in no way responsible for your actions, bail or subsequent media coverage.

1 comment:

  1. Aside from the obvious explanation that he's a stark, staring dumbass, I wonder why Marzilli didn't choose someone who looks more like him (a bearded baldie) than Walsh (a clean-shaven dude with a thick head of hair). One cunning plan not clearly thought through.

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