What do you get when you cross four socially inept geniuses with the nice, gorgeous blond across the hall? That's right. You get the Big Bang Theory. If Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny have found their way into your heart, you might not need a reason to put them on your chest. But in case you do, here are some great reasons to get Big Bang Theory t-shirts.
Conversation Starters For Singles
Ladies, maybe your dream guy is a little bit more shy than the average man. Forget spending hours on makeup and pushing your breasts up to your chin. Just slap one of your Big Bang Theory t-shirts and a warm smile and you'll need a stick to fight off all the guys. What's great is a lot fewer of them will be jerks just looking for one thing.
Guys, you'll also be surprised at how many people just in passing tell you they love your Big Bang Theory shirts. You don't even have to worry about what to say. Just make a comment on how nitpicky Sheldon is or what you think about Leonard and Penny. Since she approached you, she's probably pretty outgoing, so just listen and guide the conversation wherever you'd like it to go.
Follow up your most sophisticated jokes and pranks with a Sheldon-inspired "Bazinga!" Here are some of Sheldon's worst (best):
Sheldon: Howard? Howard: Yeah? Sheldon: Your shoes are delightful. Where did you get them? Howard: What? Sheldon: Bazinga, I don’t care.
Sheldon: Leonard, you may be right. It appears that Penny secretly wants you in her life in a very intimate and carnal fashion. Leonard: You really think so? Sheldon: Of course not. Even in my sleep-deprived state, I've managed to pull off another one of my classic pranks. Bazinga!
Sheldon: Why did the chicken cross the Mobius Strip? To get to the same side! Bazinga!
Get a "Bazinga!" Big Bang Theory t-shirt to show off your master pranksmanship, or just your love of Sheldon.
The Big Bang Theory is a great show, and a t-shirt is a great way to express yourself and share your interests without having to bring it up explicitly. From Sheldon's eccentricities to Leonard's awkward yet assertive nature to Penny's street smarts to Raj's apparent shyness to Howard's unique way with the ladies, there's not a lot to the show to dislike.
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