Mom has written before about how much she LOVES Cafe Press dog t-shirts. Whatever your obscure interests you can get a comfortable dog shirt that declares them to the world. Mom has ordered us Star Trek shirts, X Files Shirts, Twin Peaks shirts, PG Wodehouse shirts, Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy shirts and so on. Oone of the best things about Cafe Press is when you order from them they send you discount coupons, sometimes for as much as 50% off!, so its easy to get a massive t-shirt wardrobe on a budget. Plus cafe press shirts fit pugs wide necks very well and come in a big range of sizes, the x large fits our bulldog brother Bob at 65 lbs very generously.
Yesterday, I rocked a Cafe Press shirt that read Deep 13, a reference to Mystery Science Theatre 3000, one of mom and dad's all time favorite shows. I looked so cool and ready to attract the attention of fellow in the know fans, MST3K is number 19 on Entertainment Weekly's 25 Best Cult Shows of All Time. They said it made "being a geek a communal experience" no wonder mom loves it (a bunch of mom's other favorite shows are on the list too: Buffy, X Files, Supernatural, and Twin Peaks, in fact mom doesn't really like any TV that isn't cult). Anyway here are the picture of me in my shirt, I rocked it with a wrist band from Ruff Ruff And Meow, very 80s cool and only 99 cents. I also think the concrete car port in our back yard adds to the gritty urban reality of my photo shoot.
Here is one of our family's favorite MST3K clips (mom particularly loves the t-shirt on Frank and cafe press makes one of those for dogs too!)
(Note: The title of this post is a tribute to one of our other favorite cult figures, Bertie Wooster from the Jeeves and Wooster stories by PG Wodehouse, and the name sake of our blogger friend Bouncing Bertie, who authored the article What The Well Dressed Man is Wearing for his Aunt Dahlia's magazine).