Religion & Beliefs

T-Shirts and Other Tzotch

My younger brother informed me I no longer "dress cool". I protested, of course, as his primary reasoning to say such a thing is that I'm surely too old to have any cool shirts anymore. (Well, maybe if you'd visit … Read More

By / November 27, 2007

My younger brother informed me I no longer "dress cool". I protested, of course, as his primary reasoning to say such a thing is that I'm surely too old to have any cool shirts anymore. (Well, maybe if you'd visit once in a while, you'd know bettah, child, hello? Heh.) Anyway. So, primarily to prove my brother wrong, but also to hook you up with a few good deals in the process, I bring you t-shirts.

We all know about Rabbi's Daughters, yes? Tush pants, bubbeleh t-shirts? Yeah, them. Well, feeling the festival of lights nearly upon us, they're giving away "Oy Vey" belt buckles on orders over $50. That's fun. And cool. (Speaking of t-shirts. I saw a woman not terribly long ago wearing this extra-funny shirt and I chased the poor woman only to find out she couldn't recall where she'd gotten it. Never fear, though, I found her Feygeleh Hag t-shirt from Shalom Shirts.) Anyway, if you're into the Rock Star shirt (uh, or the porn star one… or the "Jews do it for 8 nights" one) over at That's Jewtastic, knock yourself out and score a few for friends because you get free shipping on orders over $36, or "double chai when you buy" as they so cleverly say. (And if you send them photos of yourself in their tzotch, they'll hook you up with a little store credit, too.) Not quite as great of a shipping deal, but a deal in any case, hit JewTees and dig their Manischewitz Gets Me Crunked shirt (Imagine that. Spellcheck doesn't recognize Manischewitz or Crunked. Who would have guessed?), or (the one I'm partial to) the Mensch shirt. Wait, that's kind of wholesome. Is that one not cool? Naw, it's always cool to be menschy. Anyway. Pick up five and they'll schlep it to you for free. This shirt, while no deal is attached, per se, is pretty great. If only it came bedazzled, then it'd be cool. (Kidding, I'm a kidder. Oy.) Oh, and the coolest Jewciest shirts (and other bits of fabulousness) around are, of course, right up in here on Jewcy.