Butcher's cuts anatomical tee


29 Responses to “Butcher's cuts anatomical tee”

  1. Anonymous says:

    A friend of mine on Etsy made a much more graphically appealing (IMO) design a few months ago – and you can actually buy them (if you’re a girl or a guy who wears dresses!)

  2. dragonfrog says:

    Ooh, I’d wear one of those! It would have to be pretty fitted though – not much use if it’s all loose, and the tenderloin markings are shifting all over the place.

  3. Anonymous says:

    for the criminally-minded Criminal-in-Training.

  4. Viper23 says:

    This shirt is making me hungry. Thanks!

  5. Anonymous says:

    are these cuts kosher?

  6. Penfold Merton says:

    Thanks for the positive comments!
    I particularly like the ambiguous interpretation of the shirt being pro- or anti-meat.
    The shirt hasn’t been made yet, but it has been submitted to Threadless.com.
    It should undergo public voting in the next few days; if enough people like it, it will get made. If you’d like to help it get printed, please go and vote for it! You can do this at:



  7. Anonymous says:

    is it waterproof or wipe-clean? otherwise it’s gonna be real difficult to read after the first cut

  8. Snig says:

    People with pain in their sirloins often think that it’s their kidneys, though they’re higher (closer to the fore rib section).

  9. pAULbOWEN says:

    You know those guys you see with the
    CUT HERE————————————-CUT HERE
    tatts on their necks or, more rarely, wrists? Funnily enough, some folks are apt to take them up on the offer. I’d be very careful where I wore this shirt.

  10. aelfscine says:

    Terry Bisson would be proud. :)

  11. Anonymous says:

    Love the suit. Sorry, the shirt…

    This reminds me of an old illustration I once saw of a poor sod standing in a market, presumably about to be sold off. There were marks indicating meat cuts drawn on him. I may be off in one or all of these descriptions as this was years ago. Would like to find it again to see if the image is as disturbing as my memory of it… anyone remember the picture?

    • Anonymous says:

      I think it was the butcher shop in Gahan Wilson’s volume “Even Weirder” 1996. Highly recommended!

  12. Anonymous says:

    To all the vegetarians posting, I’m glad you have a shirt like this to rep your beliefs.

    Personally, it just makes me want to eat people.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Nice idea! Made me smile.

    Shame the typography is so boring though. Anyone else feel a little like this is inviting people to stab you too?!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Guess I’m humourless, ’cause my first reaction is ewwww, yuck!

  15. Anonymous says:

    good for meeting vegetarian friends too, as an irony or something.

  16. Dan Mac says:

    Reminds me of the serial killer Dennis Nilsen, who picked up a stranger who had a tattoo —cut here— around his neck. Nilsen obliged.

  17. IronEdithKidd says:

    This t-shirt, right here, is exactly why I don’t eat land animals. Eww.

    • Brainspore says:

      This t-shirt, right here, is exactly why I don’t eat land animals.

      You can take that ugly pro-whaling attitude elsewhere, mister.

  18. IamInnocent says:

    Now I get it!

  19. adrian says:

    That looks like a pain in the *neck* to silkscreen…

  20. xyglyx says:

    Don’t put it in the washing machine or it will turn into hamburger.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, could do with one of these…..

  22. DrPretto says:

    “Prioperception” is also known as Proprioception for people not familiar with neuroanatomy and physiology.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I first saw it as an old Gahan Wilson comic

  24. franko says:

    as a vegetarian, i totally want this shirt. it makes my point wonderfully.

    • dculberson says:

      That people are delicious, too? Cool!

      My only question is: where’s the filet! (oh, never mind, I looked it up and it’s part of the tenderloin?)

  25. Mike says:

    I want one signed by Alton Brown. Short of that, I want a picture of Alton wearing one.

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