(PRWEB) April 29, 2013
Quality ring-spun cotton fabric construction is certainly one quality considered in evaluating a T-shirt, and a consumer's decision to buy involves more than just choosing a color or design -- it may have something to do with the funny bone. At Textual Tee's newly opened website, funny T-shirts are par for the course. Consumers can discover new, high-quality T-shirts that the on-line retailer hopes will become funny favorites.
"This is news because at TextualTees.com we offer hilarious, never before seen pop culture designs and themes in any color and size T-shirt," a Textual Tee representative said. "All of our apparel is of the highest quality. We do not use Glidan or Fruit of the Loom or any other low cost apparel."
Textual Tees believes that offering a cool T-shirt at a great price is not enough to grow a new online store. High quality ring-spun cotton fabric impresses customers. "It blows them away when they feel how soft the cotton fabric is," the representative said. Ringspun is a cotton fabric with pre-spun fibers that make it more durable and softer to the touch. The double-needle stitched and preshrunk T-shirts from Textual Tee make the product resist shrinking when it's finally washed.
From its humble origins in a garage, Textual Tee produced funny, popular and original themes and designs. For example, embedding Superman's S in the Star of David on a T-shirt; a Pink Freud T-shirt with the zany old shrink's picture in a pink, popular rock band motif; a music t-shirt attributing the song "Highway to Heaven" to Jesus Christ; political t shirt themes include a democrat donkey in the National Sarcasm Society; and one T-shirt gives a humorous definition of "Ineptocracy," an opinion of politics.
If that doesn't resonate with consumers, they might try a few more. From the website's collection of cult classics comes Charlie Brown's zigzag striped yellow T-shirt; and a T-shirt that morphs that dreaded word "Exercise" into a laid-back "Eggs are Sides" that yokes up with the words, "for Bacon". Another artist writes on a T-shirt "that's what" from the Office character, Michael Scott, and attributed to a "She" that appears to fall off the T-shirt. Another depicts Lady Liberty raising her fist high in the air as World War Champ -- twice! There's also an Al Bundy Polk High 33 T-shirt; a Star Wars' "trust me, I'm a Jedi" T-shirt; and a Santa Claus T-shirt with the disclaimer: "I don't exist."
When it comes to their customers' shopping security, TextualTees.com provides a safe secure shopping environment. For their customers' convenience, Textual Tee uses Secure Socket Layers (SSL) to make the shopping experience safe. Credit Card transactions are handled by Authorize.net, a leader in safe, secure credit transactions.