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Golf month

August is National Golf Month. Be sure to create a shirt that you will be proud to wear while practicing your swing out at the golf course.


custom golf shirt

Conserve water

Remind people to turn the faucet off when water is not needed.

Green shirts


Swim Shirt

With the United States swim team performing so well in the Olympics, it is even more exciting to be a swimmer. Be sure that your swim team has the best shirts this year so that everyone notices that you are on the swim team.

swim shirt

I like pizza

Some people like pizza more than others. They could eat it every day. A friend of mine has eaten pizza almost every day for the past ten years. For someone like this, a fun gift would be a t-shirt that declares how much they like pizza.


pizza shirt

Universal Lies

How many of us have fallen prey to lies like these? No longer! At WhoopTee, we debunk the preceding lies in order to contribute to the greater good. To spare you the misery, we'll get cracking on the list above and translate these common tall tales. Now you know. Don't take the bait! 

1) I’m not drunk

Translation: Well, this isn’t completely a lie…I’m WASTED.

 2) I won’t hurt you

MTV Cancels I Just Want My Pants Back

Noooooo!! Why MTV, why? Actually, is anyone surprised? I suppose there's not enough room to squeeze in programming that is actually funny, artfully crafted, and full of heart amidst the fake tan-laden, Natural Light wielding degenerates of the networks’ highest-rated show, Jersey Shore


Bon Iver has teamed up with Keep, the cruelty-free fashion force in Los Angeles, to produce this shoe designed by Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon.  Its light salmon color reportedly was inspired by his favorite sweatshirt, and the herringbone details are a nod to the fishbone graphic on the front (a graphic that doesn’t seem very cruelty-free to us...hmmm?).  These kinds of collaborations are popping up everywhere; they provide a sort of jump start to creativity and a think tank for great things to happen.  So why don’t

A Failing Win

Recently, Jorie posted this BP Fail tshirt which “gives the wearer an omnipresent voice” of protest against such flagrant environmental disasters.  And I completely agree: the oil spill was a total fail, and this shirt is social-commentary-win.  But can I give everyone two pieces of social commentary advice?  Here goes:  1) Center your message: don’t skew your graphic off to one side or the other, its sloppy, unprofessional, looks lazy, and 2) Those little pokey bits of your jeans pushing into your shirt round about your


Generally speaking, tees are for fashion, but we wonder if maybe they can be enlisted to serve another purpose, too.  Since its summertime, and summertime is for travelling, here’s our suggestion: as you plan your roadtrip, design a shirt with a map for each of the cities you’ll be travelling through.  As you arrive in that city, don the appropriate shirt; no need to consult your impossible-to-refold paper maps, ‘cause the map’s right there on your front!  Alternatively, you can print a


Whoa.......whoa. Tees like this that have the ability to re-imagine how we interpret the world, stretch our minds, and push our understanding of traditional objects are by definition, pretty rad.