The Power of the Dark Side

USD $28.00
Women's Cotton/Poly T-Shirt

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Really, dude? I know it's your birthday, but how about just using a broomstick and blindfold like everyone else? Are you still upset that we didn't get the Luke piñata? I just... I feel like you're not even trying to have fun.

You can't win. Even if you strike this papier-mâché donkey down, it shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine. It will rain a bounty of Tootsie Pops and Smarties. And the younglings will dive about like crazed Jawas, grabbing all the good stuff. You'll go nuts trying to find one box of Junior Mints. All that's left will be some salt water taffy, a plastic whistle and some yucky fruit snacks.

Come on. There is good in you, I feel it!

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The Power of the Dark Side

Women's Cotton/Poly T-Shirt

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Gotta go with the Piñata in San Antonio
Shirt fits great, not too tight or too long (women's small.) And being from San Antonio where pinatas are mandatory at all children's birthday parties, well, there you go. I actually bought two of these for me (in anticipation for the inevitable death of the t-shirt) and one for my sister in British Columbia. Where I'm sure some explanation is needed.
Rockin the Vader Piñata
Being from San Antonio, we have piñatas in our DNA. So this t-shirt is one that all San Antonians can identify with. Viva!
Viva the Dark Side!
So I bought this shirt for my husband for Christmas and my sister liked it so much I bought her one (and me one) for our birthday. She's taking it back to British Columbia and is not sure the whole concept will translate but she's ready to rock it anyway.



HEADLINE has been making intelligently funny tees and apparel from San Francisco since 2004. Back then, George W. Bush was president, gas cost $2, and t-shirts were called “torso shorts.” (Citation needed.) Over 10 years and millions of t-shirts later, we still have the same mission: to create fun, premium apparel that leaves an impression.