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April 1, 2007

{     Fourth World     }    

When being approached by a very attractive young lady the last things most guys want to hear is “what the fuck is that on your shirt”? This usually means that the delicious mac and cheese you had for dinner, or your completely incoherent friends bright red drink, has now adorned itself dead center on your chest…but for me? Well quite the opposite, in fact that just means her keen eye has spotted the blood splattered/screaming zombie placed boldly across my shirt, and man am I proud…As I have stated in other reviews, I have a love for things gory so when I came across Fourth World through a friend of mine, it felt like I had just won the lottery…This truly is the jackpot for those of us that are aching for something that will be noticed everywhere we go, whether the reaction be good or bad, and ultimately to feed our horror need if only for one more night Each shirt is printed on vintage stock, and has the soft and supple feel that allows for maximum breathing and comfort. For real, it’s like your not even wearing them. The prints are big, gruesome, and just fucking too sweet making me wish I had a larger vocabulary just to describe them. Don’t believe me? Well be sure to head over to the site, and tell me I’m lying when you see claws ripping, zombie’s screaming, and vampires seeping tormented souls from a cracked skull.

These are some amazing shirts, but don’t think you will be the only one on the block sporting them for too long, because with cameos on Idol, MTV’s Spring break, and Guns and Roses, they are about to become a fashion staple. I also got a glimpse at some unreleased styles that will be in for the new season, which will include more t’s, denim, shorts, hats, and belts showing me that FW is constantly thinking ahead. For now you can grab a lot of these shirts at dirt cheap prices, so go ahead and feed your need…Fourth World is waiting….

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