A couple of years ago, my friend and I were on the phone. Their daughter does competitive cheer leading, and he thought it would be funny to get a shirt that said, "Who's Your Cheer Daddy?" I told her I was sure there had to be a place on the internet to get that done - I'll find it. In looking, I ran across zazzle.com. It's a site dedicated to being able to print your own stuff, and cool stuff that others have designed. I typed in a shirt that said "Who's Your Cheer Daddy?", and sent her the link.
That was in January 2007. They never ordered it... however 16 other folks have ordered it. Every once in a while, after I've forgotten all about it, they send me an email that tells me someone bought a shirt or two. Wanna know why I think this is hilarious? Because at zazzle.com you get a percentage of the profit. So, because of that shirt, I've had $32.15 deposited in my paypal account over the last two years.
(Someone also bought a "Team Nikki" shirt I had out there. Big Love is Universal!)
To quote a wise man:
Strange things are afoot at the Circle K!