Update: Barstool Sports Boston has put their own David Ortiz inspired t-shirts and tank tops (and several other awesome Boston related t-shirts) on sale in the past 24 hours with ALL proceeds of their sale going directly to victims of the marathon bombings.
So far they've raised over $10,000 and we hope they're just getting started.
Here's a sampling of their attire.
Trust us, they do have Ortiz inspired shirts, too, though probably not censored enough to show here. But they definitely exist and they're terrific.
Original Post: That didn't take long. At all.
Less than 24 hours after David Ortiz's heartfelt, colorful and FCC approved speech was delivered to the crowd at Fenway Park prior to the Red Sox emotional and exhilarating 4-3 victory over the Royals on Saturday afternoon, a t-shirt proudly displaying his blunt, yet energizing phrase "This is our f'ing city" was put up for sale over at teespring.com.
Pretty wild, this social media and internet driven world we live in. Literally anything — a phrase, a meme, a video, anything — can catch on early on a Saturday afternoon and be a phenomenon by the time you wake up on Sunday (and sometimes fizzle by Monday). This one will likely stick around for awhile, especially up in New England. But I can see it selling well all over the country because, well, it's pretty awesome and the message is easy to get behind.
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As you can see, the shirt comes in Red Sox colors and uses the same font as the print on their uniforms. That might be a problem for some. But again, it's pretty awesome, so I'm sure you can overlook it.
Also, according to Teespring, this shirt along with all of their other Boston Strong related items have been designed by members of the community and all of those profits will be going to charity. Our hats are off to them.
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