Me, I have a few t-shirts that are perhaps not quite so hallowed, but: I like 'em. There's the confused coyote from New Mexico; the humuhumunuknukuapua'a Red Dirt shirt from Kauai; the SAREX 2013 shirt; a "Harmony of Difference & Equality" shirt from Tassajara Zen Center; and my "Ut på tur / aldri sur" shirt from Norway (sort of the equivalent of "Not all who wander are lost," which was a favorite shirt until it wore out). They remind me of a place, a time, particular company. It's definitely hard for me to get rid of them. Ah, sentimentality.
I just trolled Google and came up with a rainbow of Big Bang shirts.
But for starters, here's a shirt from The IT Crowd that we just this evening saw, and I wondered what the middle purple said. It's not very nice—and in many ways, it doesn't fit the wearer, Roy, who does want to connect. Though, yeah, I have to admit, he's also a bit of a cipher. A curmudgeon in the making.
|Music I like ∩ Music you like = Music I used to like|
Okay, here's the rainbow from Big Bang:
|Greatest American Hero|
|Astronaut + planet balloons|
To finish off, here's a shirt that comes with a bit of a story (as explained in the following video):