If you have been anywhere on the internet lately…chances are you have been bombarded by memes, posts, or references to the latest internet trend that refuses to die as mysteriously and quietly as Jeffrey Epstein did: The “Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” internet push.
Bloggers, reporters, meme-sters (See: https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/13/video-jeffrey-epstein-suicide-memes-reactions/) and even politicians (See: https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/13/paul-gosars-tweets-epstein-didnt-kill-himself/) are taking to the internet in storms to declare that despite what the media may be telling us: Jeffrey Epstein did NOT kill himself.
As a seeming evolution of this internet trend, one relatively new online apparel store we have worked with and helped promote in the past has a new long sleeve premium t-shirt that combines the new “Epstein didn’t kill himself” trend with last year’s viral elf on a shelf trend.
In case you don’t remember the barrage of “elf on a shelf” memes, they were a series of memes featuring the phrase “You’ve heard of elf on a shelf?” Well get ready for……, followed by a funny phrase or picture association that mimics the same rhyme scheme as elf on a shelf. For example:
While the premise may be foolish and vaguely child-like in nature, this didn’t stop Cavalry Apparel from taking the concept and creating one of the funniest shirts I’ve seen all week:
Just in time for Christmas, this snarky but quality shirt makes the perfect wacky Christmas gift for any of the internet lovers, political junkies, or really anybody who knows the truth about the dubious circumstances regarding the death of Jeffrey Epstein.
I have already ordered one for myself and my roommates, and as the shirt starts to catch fire, my dad may want one too so I plan to keep a close eye on this shirt.
Plus, while the website makes it pretty clear this is a shirt and not exactly a “sweater”, it seems to be a cotton material close enough to pass off for our holiday “Ugly Sweater” party so I hope my coworkers are ready!
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