Thank You Internet for being Hysterical!


The Mountain Three Wolf Moon Short Sleeve Tee

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This shirt has an amazing 2,500 reviews on Amazon.  From reading the reviews it is apparent that the magic imbued in the shirt grants its wearer prowess, potency and protection in most cases.  Others suffer debilitating consequences of either failed or only partial lycanthropy.  But with an average rating of 5.5 stars I think its worth a chance.  A text mining meta-analysis of the reviews suggests that a positive lycanthropic experience is associated with trailer parks and Wal-Mart stores.   How such a potent artifact has failed to reach the public media I do not understand.    I am eagerly awaiting mine.  **fingers crossed**

If it doesn’t work I’ll move on to the four Narwhal shirt, which has been reported to have similar properties…

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~ by Sable Aradia on April 25, 2013.

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