One simple question: This holiday season, don’t your friends and relatives deserve the absolute worst, most embarrassing tee shirts, that, when worn in public, drive people to say things like, “What the fuck is wrong with you?” and “Seriously. What the fuck is wrong with you?”
The Intergalactic Business Report’s merch store, IBR Merch, known for selling clothing so bad we have practically zero sales, is issuing its first ever Black Friday coupon, good for 10% off until Monday, November 27. Just enter the code IBR10 at checkout.
IBR Merch’s new collection is simply titled, “Hey! Look at me!” which is a tribute to all those who choose to draw negative attention to themselves in public places. Anchored by our now famous “Ball Sweat and Tears” tee, the new collection goes into new realms of cringe with shirts that re-imagine what it’s like for their wearer to sit in a bar somewhere and have people look over in fear, disgust, and wonder.
A new “dog groomer” tee announces to anyone looking that you will pay them for some alone time with their pet. And college students can display their grammar skills (with our “whom does one need to blow” tee) as well as their acumen for eating ass (“top of my class in eating ass” tee).
IBR Merch continues its “States of Confusion” line with more tees celebrating the traditions and character of the places Americans call home. Our, “Welcome to Wisconsin: Hot Turds ‘N Cheese Curdz” tee exemplifies the dairy state, while our dual Mississippi/Alabama tee starts the friendly argument of which state is more racist, leading to hours of playful banter if you wear it into a bar in either state.
Our Drunk People Awareness line asks onlookers to change your diaper (“Just shit myself” tee) and proclaims your level of inebriation to be holy (“Drunker than Jesus” tee). Of course, our other categories and official IBR merchandise are also available.
This Christmas, embarrass yourself and others and do it in a way where there’s no turning back.
Go to ibrmerch.com and start your adventure.
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