Cowabunga Christmas: Terribly Awesome (Angel Wing T-Shirt)

It's so bad, it's good. Let's embrace the terribly awesome during Cowabunga Christmas.

Have you ever wanted to be an angel? 
Have you ever wanted to be a mutant?

You're in luck. With this winged TMNT t-shirt, both are possible. Slip this sucker on and you'll mutate into a fashion phenom. Lift those arms to flash your purple wings, conveniently tucked in your armpits. Flutter around your Christmas tree, showing off your stylish shirt (and your insanity) to your family. This wardrobe is memorable. No one will forget it.

There are purple wings in the armpits of this shirt. Do we even need a further exploration of its weirdness? It's the evolution of the ugly Christmas sweater. Just when you thought we reached the worst of the worst, along came a set of wings in the armpits to shake things up. This one is a game changer, and I found the garment in a deep search for "TMNT Holiday DIY." It's a rewarding, yet haunting discovery. You can't undo seeing this thing.

I wonder how many of these winged creations have been sold? There are no adult sizes available, a missed opportunity for sure. I would've loved to visit Santa at the mall, as an adult, in a purple angel wing TMNT shirt. When he would ask, "what do you want for Christmas?" I'd tell him not to worry, that I'm set. I've already got this sweet TMNT shirt with wings. Nothing can top that.

Spend the $20 and buy the purple angel wing TMNT shirt for your kid. You won't find it in a big box store or see anyone else wearing it this holiday season. You'll be a one-of-a-kind beautiful disaster. So when I ask you, have you ever wanted to be an angel? Have you ever wanted to be a mutant? Even Santa can't make those wishes a reality, but this goofy shirt can.

Thank you, internet. Thank you for giving us a Christmas gift that's so terrible, that's so awesome. The purple angel wing t-shirt is terribly awesome.

Check back for more holiday hijinks all month during The Sewer Den's Cowabunga Christmas!

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