Saturday, November 27, 2010


Like this t-shirt? Jason wore it for Halloween this year. ZETH - Zombies For The Ethical Treatment Of Humans. We were able to review it from Costume Squad! It is a high quality made shirt, with great color and graphics. Jason said it was comfortable to wear. And I plan on stealing this shirt from him and making it mine. Ha ha ha!

Costume Squad has tons of stuff on their site. Of course they have costumes for Halloween, or if you're looking for a costume for another occasion. They even have costumes for your dog! Of course, there is obviously t-shirts! They have the best 80's t-shirts! I want them all! They have a ton of stuff, and I am willing to bet you won't be able to go on this site without wanting to buy something! Check them out HERE.

Costume Squad is offering one lucky winner a Mystery Tee! Who knows what you will get? But it will be fun to find out! To enter (and if you enter, this counts as your BBB participation):
1. Follow this blog.
2. Become a fan of Costume Squad (owned by Crazy Dog) on Facebook (Optional for extra entry)
3. Post a comment on the Facebook page telling us what your favorite tee is, or ask a question about the shirts (Optional for extra entry)
4. "Like" or "Share" one of the products on their website. The buttons for these are on all product detail pages, above the main image.(Optional for extra entry)

Giveaway open to US residents only, sorry. Ends December 11th! Good luck!

More on the BBB HERE.

Coming in December - The Book Giveaway Extravaganza!


  1. I follow you via GFC. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

  2. oh, I just noticed that it said "u.s. only" ..I'm from canada, so you can delete my comment...Kara:)

  3. i follow your blog

  4. i follow the facebook fan site

  5. i posted a comment on my fav shirt Eaten Gingerbread man t shirt


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