Some of you have probably decorated your house the second Halloween was over. Others of you are probably digging in your heels and refusing to even acknowledge the holidays yet. But either way, you can't deny that the giving season is coming up, fast. And for a lot of us, that means going to wrap gifts and realizing- oops- we totally forgot something for someone important in our lives.
But have no fear, the H&I store is here. Here's a quick gift guide for all the people in your personal galaxy.
For the person who puts way too much faith in duct tape
Maybe you broke the rearview mirror off your car. Maybe your jeans ripped. Maybe you've been injured and you're bleeding out. No matter what, this person's answer is always the same — I'll get the duct tape. In their world, there's nothing that can't be solved with some duct tape and a little ingenuity. Let them know that you appreciate them coming to your rescue — your knight in shining duct tape — with this shirt.
For the person who prefers Picard to Kirk
This shirt says "I'm a captain, but like, a cool British one who drinks Earl Grey and doesn't do that weird double-handed punch on his enemies' backs. Make it so."
For the person who prefers Kirk to Picard
And this shirt says "I'm a captain, and I'm a dashing one who plays by his own rules. Plus there's like a 30% chance my shirt will get tastefully ripped during the course of this episode, ladies."
For the person who got way too into the new Joker movie
The mania over the 2019 Joker movie has been something to behold. It's been breaking box office records for an R-rated movie and has Batman fans across the world arguing about the new ranking of "Who's the best Joker?" But you've got to remember, Joker wasn't always so serious. In fact, his 1966 Batman TV show version was just plain goofy and fun. As evidenced by this… surfing action figure. Give the Joker fan in your life a little throwback to Joker's bizarre, silly roots.
For the comic book fan in your life
Even the sight of this cover will cause comic book collectors to sit up and take notice. Action Comics No. 1 introduced Superman and is commonly known as the most expensive comic book in the world, often selling easily for several million. But since you might not be able to afford that (maybe next year), this shirt will still let your comic book fan feel like a million bucks.
For the person who's already complaining about winter
As soon as November hit, this person already was longing for warmer weather. They're wearing three pairs of socks and two pairs of gloves and cursing out jack frost. If you follow them on social media, they're probably already posting pictures of them lounging by the pool from August. Remind them that hey, winter isn't all bad. After all, summer has fun in the sun but it also has GIANT MAN-EATING SHARKS.
For the wonderful woman in your life
Maybe she's your mom, wife, sister, friend… whoever she is to you, she's your personal superhero. Let her know how super you think she is with one of the original girl power icons.
For the lovable misanthrope
Sometimes we've got a person in our life who doesn't really like… anyone. But we love them anyway, darn it. This shirt lets them tell people at a distance, hey, don't expect any warm and fuzzy feelings from me. Look, sometimes the best gift you can give someone is the ability to be left alone.
For the person who appreciates the classics
Before Clint Eastwood was ever Dirty Harry, he was Rowdy Yates in Rawhide. Some people just prefer the good ol' days, with the black-and-white Westerns, where good and evil could be settled by a stand-off. If you've got someone who appreciates the vintage, take them back to when the west was won with this shirt.
For the person who considers themself a chef
Respectfully submitted for your perusal- a shirt that benevolently announces that the wearer is an incredible chef, serving man for years. Best given when packaged with a cookbook. The most delicious food in the solar system!