Our gift-guide marathon continues. Still looking for that special something? Try our full complement of lists. —Ed.
My wardrobe is about 75% T-shirts. If your fashion aesthetic is similar to mine, here are some food-related shirts you may enjoy. (Note: Not all shirts may ship in time for Christmas. Check with individual websites.)
Hot Diggity: As I own this shirt, I can vouch for its characteristics of being wonderfully soft and cute. And everyone loves the pièce de résistance of the wayward hot dog nubbin. Available online at David and Goliath, $20
White Ninja vs Hot Dog: If cute hot dogs aren't your thing, maybe you'd prefer ninjas. In the battle between White Ninja and processed meat log in a bun, White Ninja is the victor. I think. Available online at Topatoco, $17.50
99 Bottles: Have you ever wondered what all those 99 bottles of beer on the wall actually looked like? They come in different shapes and sizes, with different facial expressions. Just like people. Available online at Threadless, $10
Praise the Lard: Considering how often I get comments on this shirt when I wear it, people seem to really like puns and pork. There are roughly a gazillion color combinations to choose from; I recommend the gold on green configuration. Proceeds from the shirt are donated to the the Careers for Culinary Arts program, so start praising! Available online at Neighborhoodies, $19.99
Stinky Tofu: Stinky Tofu is a sad dude because he smells like putrid garbage. But he tastes good!—to some people. Available online at hamburgerpanda's Etsy shop, $24; also comes in womens' and kids' sizes
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