We love our tees and hoodies so much we could talk about them all day, but that’d be a bit weird. So we’ll just say that we’re immensely proud of the quality of all our garments and the super futuristic technology that creates our unique t-shirts and hoodie prints. Our t-shirts are long lasting, individual and extremely useful for abiding by public decency laws.
We advise you cold wash your garments and hang them out to dry. It’ll keep them super soft, looking their best and it’s even good for the environment.
Slim fit, order a size up if you’d like it less fitting. If you like your hoodies baggy, go two sizes up.
Bacon, fills the heart with love, warmth… and fat, but we sort of conveniently overlook that one.
bacon, better, everything, tastes, baconator, meat
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This is the type of stuff we want to see over at the bacon group! We’re new and fresh, like good bacon and looking to be the central hub for all things Bacon on Redbubble! Check us out and add your work! http://www.redbubble.com/groups/the-bacon-group
Hello :) I contact you both as another selling artist and an active member of the RedBubble community, and as someone who leads a cruelty-free lifestyle and cannot stand to see violence happening against the innocent and vulnerable. Bacon is flesh from the dead body of a once sentient being who was brought into this world only to know immense pain (http://youtu.be/fDiSR0LGry8) and be killed for our superficial, transient palate pleasure. Would you make this shirt if bacon were the flesh of puppies? Pigs and dogs are not so different (http://youtu.be/HNVOAxRwH04). Just like our dog companions, our cats, and ourselves, they are sentient beings, who wanted to be with their families, who wanted to make friends, who wanted to feel grass and see the sun and smell fresh air, and who wanted to be free. But they had none of that, all they knew was loneliness and suffering and they were violently killed at a mere 6 months of age (I personally know a pig who is 14 now) just so we could snack on their flesh. We do not need to kill them to live, therefore we take their lives needlessly. They need their flesh and life so much more than we do. One animal’s life is worth more than another’s pleasure and they were violently exploited and killed not for our need, but for our habit and greed. Bacon, like any animal flesh or animal product (http://youtu.be/JJ—faib7to & http://youtu.be/eOWQOXeJyUM) is violence and unnecessary suffering. Please, do not advertise for this culture of violence committed behind closed doors. Thank you :) Kelly