We Have Shirts Too

The disappointed denizens of Cranston made some shirts.

We see your shirts and raise you adopting your would-be insult as a point of pride and support.  You guys asked for them, and here they are.  I will wear mine to the Reason Rally (and at speaking gigs in general).  I’m an evil little thing.  I love it.  I’d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints….

How about you?  In fact, send me pictures of you guys wearing an Evil Little Thing shirt!

All the proceeds profits from these shirts go to Jessica Ahlquist’s scholarship fund.

Leave comments of thanks for Jenn, the reader who designed the shirt and whose company is making this happen.

About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.

  • John Eberhard

    Way to use a patriotic tradition of turning their mockery back onto them, much like with the song “Yankee Doodle Dandy”. Originally the song emerged before the American Revolution as a vehicle for the British to mock American soldiers. As the Yankees began to take the British in the Revolution, they also took over command of the song, and began singing it as a proud anthem to taunt their English foes.

    So, please do rip off their head and shove “evil little thing” down their neck.

    • ash

      Yeah! Its like gays owning “queer”. Now thats de-fanging the enemy!

      Also what they have isn’t mockery. Its schoolyard bulldozing.

  • http://willisweb.com CoderHead

    All the proceeds from these shirts go to Jessica Ahlquist’s scholarship fund.

    The shopping cart says $10 of the $15 per shirt go to the college fund, FYI.

    While I like the shirts, I chose to just donate to the college fund directly. I don’t really need another t-shirt.

  • http://timetolisten.blogspot.com Kassiane

    As an evil little thing myself, I’m going to need ALLLLLLLL the shirts.

  • Evan

    Ordered! :-D

    Thanks so much for making this real!

  • http://pervasivegoodness.com Donovanable

    Hot pink with white letters ftw. Ordered already. And I did need another t-shirt.

  • Mare Lacrimarum

    Ordered. Black hoodie with Green lettering. Also requested they put “It wasn’t Satan, it was me. Quit giving him credit. – Jessica Ahlquist” on the back.

    • The Lorax

      Och! I spent hours trying to figure out what to put on the back. Brilliant! As soon as I get home, I’m gonna order one.

  • mandasauce

    Ordered mine! Thanks, Jenn, for making such as awesome thing happen!

  • neatospiderplant

    Ohhh! I can’t decide which colours to get! I think I might have to get every combination!

  • FrogKisser

    Got one for myself and the frog :)

  • http://www.EvilLittleShirts.com Jenn

    For anyone who wants personalization, order your shirt(s) through the website then email me using the customer service link at the bottom of the page. Let me know what personalization you want and I’ll let you know what the extra charge will be. Generally adding a quote is $8 to $12 depending on how long it is. Adding a name or a very short quote (one line), is $5.


    • Lassi Hippeläinen

      You should make it more clear that you can have your own text added to the shirt.

      If I lived on the trailing edge of the Atlantic, I would request “Jessica Ahlquist for President”.

  • Yellow Thursday

    Ordered two, one for me and one for Mr. Thursday. Buying a t-shirt to show solidarity is an awesome incentive to contribute to Jessica’s scholarship fund.