HEY! WHATCHA DOIN’ AFTER SCHOOL?
The Threadless Back to School Sale is winding down (today’s the last day to save 40-80% on everything at Threadless), and we’re about to tear up the halls after the last bell rings! Class is cool and all, but it’s those extracurriculars that we really live for. Tossing the pigskin around at football practice, memorizing lines with pals in theater, spinning like a top on the dance team - these after school activities are the basis for so many of our favorite school memories. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the perfect Threadless tees to sport at your extracurricular of choice, so check ‘em out and we’ll see you after class!
How many times will Kevin almost fall off the catwalk before it stops being funny?
The games were fun and practice was cool, but those shower pranks were my favorite part…
If it wasn’t for German Club, I’d never be able to curse my parents out in a language they don’t understand!
Well, that vote to suspend class on Fridays never went through (nor did anything else we proposed), but at least this will look good on my college application!
Someone needs to tell Samantha that her twerk solo is not gonna get us to the state finals.
Remember when Mr. Jones ditched us at the nature preserve and came back smelling like a skunk? Poor guy…
Seeing 30 people in nearly Adonis-like shape every morning and night for 4 years really set me up for a life’s worth of disappointment. But hey, it was fun while it lasted!
That time we secretly loaded up all of the freshmen’s trumpets with flour during their first concert.
Kathy stole Jeff right out from under me. Remember that horrible photo of her from prom? Turn to page four…
FIVE STRANGERS WITH NOTHING IN COMMON, EXCEPT EACH OTHER
One of the most exciting parts of going back to school is the prospect of meeting some new friends. How you’ll meet those new friends, though, can be a roll of the dice. When we think of cinematic examples of unlikely friends, we’re reminded of the 1985 classic, The Breakfast Club. In honor of our Back to School Sale, we wanted to visually highlight the famous letter to Mr. Vernon with some of our most popular tees. So, reminisce about this feel-good Brat Pack film, then head over to Threadless to hone in on your back to school look, Sporto!
Dear Mr. Vernon,
We accept the fact that we had to spend a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong, but we think it’s stupid for you to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us. In the simplest terms with the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each of us is…
“Mom, we’re not supposed to study, we just have to sit there and do nothing.” - Brian Johnson
“I’m not a winner because I want to be one. I’m a winner because I’ve got strength and speed… kinda like a racehorse.” - Andrew Clark
“When you grow up, your heart dies” - Allison Reynolds
“Do you know how popular I am? I am so popular. Everybody loves me so much at this school.” - Claire Standish
And a Criminal
“Being bad feels pretty good, huh?” - John Bender
Does that answer your question?
The Breakfast Club
TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL? TRY THESE TEES ON FOR SIZE!
No hats, no gum chewing, no running in the halls, no cell phones - sometimes, it feels like school is tryin’ to tread on your life, ya know? But school isn’t going to cramp your style is it, you rebel, you. We know that everyone needs to cut loose every now and then and free themselves from the rules of academic convention, which is why we put together a list of some not-so-safe-for-school tees that will give you back the autonomy you deserve!
Check out the designs below, and don’t forget that everything on Threadless is 40-80% off during our Back to School Sale!
Adorn yourself with this magical tee to really stick it to the man, man!
In case anybody didn’t know, now they know.
No need to flip the bird when that bird is already doing the insulting for you.
The tee says it so you don’t have to.
You can take that scarlet letter and just…
Hey, lunch lady, I stole your mantra!
This tee is just a reminder to get to school early so I can gain all the knowledge, teach.
Explain how this works, science class!
I’m sorry, I didn’t realize you had a problem with my enthusiasm for chemistry, Mr. Science Teacher…
Oh, pardon me for having political opinions. I didn’t realize you were running a dictatorship over here. My bad.