Sunday Funday Notebooks
If you've spent any time in Atlanta, you know that the planes from Hartsfield-Jackson buzz low over the city almost as often as the torpedo-sized mosquitos buzz you in the backyard. This is a replica of a vintage design, planes over the cityscape, with a retro-vibe. Remember those fond times you had in underground atlanta? driving to a braves game through grant park? having a sandwich in cabbagetown? waiting in line behind 100 strollers in decatur? driving as fast as you can through buckhead so you dont have to f-k with that sh-t? going to pick berrys in castleberry hill? parking in inman park? counting the points in little 5 points? or little five points for those who like to spell out numbers instead of hitting the numeric key? let's go to the drive-in on moreland - get your ATL swag today! Enjoy!
Tags: underground atlanta, ponce, pcm, ponce city, memorial
I was walking with my kids through the toy aisles at Target, in awe of the superhero costume choices. Hulk hands, web shooters, Captain America's shield, Iron Man's mask. It made me reminisce about playing superheroes as a kid and what we used for costumes. Oh the magic of a wooden sword and a blanket cape!
Tags: cartoon, cute-kids, dress-up, wonder-woman, superman
Is Sunday your FUNday? This tee with its brown football-shaped graphic is the perfect uniform for watching the game. Makes a great gift for football lovers, football fans, flag football players, men, women & kids!
Tags: i-love-football, game-time, are-you-ready-for-some-football, sunday-football, sports
This funny design is a great ice breaker and conversation starter when meeting someone for the first time at a party, movie, or any occasion, & you will love the soft feel & will want to wear it day and night!
Tags: christmas-present, anniversary-present, funny, new-year, gifts-for-your-loved-ones
Simple, minimalist white pentagram on dark color design. One of the most ancient designs, the pentagram has been used by various religions, orders, countries etc from time immemorial. The Pythagoreans called it ὑγιεία hugieia "health". Renaissance occultists flipped it upside down and put a goat in it. The planet Venus seems to follow a pentagram-like orbit as seen from earth. The pentagram also represents the five senses and male and female principles. The Druids used the pentagram to symbolize the Godhead, while to the Jews in signified the five Mosaic books. The Bahaai faith still uses it as their main symbol. In general, it is one of the most common symbols used throughout history and it even follows the golden ratio. [read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentagram]
Tags: pentagram-cult, druidism, wicca, occult, witchcraft