I think I just officially crossed the barrier into Old. It took me a good ten seconds to realize that the #99 "Problems" thing wasn't an obscure Gretzky reference I was failing to grok.
"To thine own cookie fort be true."
"A cookie in the hand is worth two in the cookie fort."
"Let the cookie fort win."
And as an added bonus: "If you give a mouse a cookie fort..." (Clearly he will then become your tyrannical cookie overlord.)
And I thought being a home brewer got you some good bartering! Man, you guys definitely win. (Also, is your hubby's brewery hiring?) ;)
Agreed! But I haven't personally seen one, so as far as the original question goes, I stand by my answer. :)
This may be venturing a bit into controversial territory, but the most offensive t-shirt I can recall off the top of my head was one that said, "Christianity is stupid. Give it up." That was it.
Now, regardless of your feelings on religion in general and Christianity in particular, wearing something like this only marks someone as an asshole. No cogent point, no clever wording, just two sentences designed solely to offend people (or gain the validation of others who already agree with you). It doesn't make a person a cool rebel challenging the system; it makes that person a meatspace troll.
Natalie Metzger is teh awesomesauce. There, I said it.
I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you. And it's impossible to kill anyone who knows the secret of the mystical ninja wizard. So you see where I'm kinda stuck on this one.
*sci-five for reference to obscure but excellent Live song in the title*
"... in these bodies of clay, my brother..."
All I'm saying is, if God DIDN'T want you to sell your lung to buy a sonic screwdriver, he wouldn't have given you two.
If it's spoken, it's slander. If it's written, it's libel. Spoken and slander both start with S, so that's how I remember it.
Smallville also starts with S. Draw your own conclusions.