December 15, 2010 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, California - The popular Apple blog Cult of Mac has made its first foray into the incredibly lucrative online T-Shirt market. The blog's first t-shirt features a LOL MILF design, which is sure to be THE hot fashion item at Macworld this year.
Tiring of forever driving traffic to its popular Apple blog for paltry online advertising rates, Cult of Mac is diversifying its revenue stream by branching into the lucrative online t-shirt market, long known as an online goldmine (How else could Snorg afford all those New York Times ads?)
"T-shirts and blogs are peas in a pod," says Leander Kahney, Cult of Mac editor and publisher. "We're tapping a rich seam of snark/sartorial synergy." Kahney adds: "T-shirts are just the beginning. Movies, restaurants, maybe a theme park. Sky's the limit!"
Cult of Mac's first t-shirt is a hilarious design featuring the classic all-in-one Mac and the word "MILF." The design is a play on the popular SILF (sandwich) shirt.
Just $22.99, the shirt is limited to 100 copies, so it's super exclusive. Customers who order shirts before December 19th will get them in time for the big day.
Cult of Mac has teamed up with MightTees, the Seattle-based t-shirt empire famous for several classic Apple-themed shirts. The Cult of Mac MILF shirt is totally custom branded. 100% designed, made, and printed in the USA. 100% sweatshop free. It's awesome. A very fine tee indeed.
Kahney has pledged other mind-blowing designs will follow after the inevitable smash-hit success for the MILF shirt. "The hot item at Macworld this year won't be those tired old DF shirts, but our MILF design," predicted Kahney. "I can already see Natalie Portman in one."
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