A few months ago I decided to create the official Living with Balls t-shirt. I designed this shirt with two goals in mind: 1. To make a few bucks off the sales of t-shirts and 2. To increase brand awareness of Living with Balls (gotta find a way to apply my business degree somehow). I was hopeful, though not optimistic, that I would at least sell a few of these shirts.
I uploaded the design on Printfection on September 29, 2010. It is now March 22, 2011 and not a single person has bought a shirt.
I’m beginning to give up hope that anyone will ever buy a shirt. I really don’t think it’s every going to happen. In fact, I’m so confident that no one will buy a t-shirt that I’ve come up with a list of other unlikely scenarios that are more likely to occur before someone actually does purchase a shirt. Here they are…
Jennifer Anniston finds a husband
Jay-Z successfully lures a free agent to play for the Nets
James Franco gets asked back to host the Oscars
The movie Paul gets a best picture nomination
Charlie Sheen becomes an ordained priest
The Cubs win the World Series
Tupac Shakur comes out of hiding and reveals he faked his death
Ann Coulter votes democrat in the next election
Fusion Power becomes possible
The hoverboard is invented
The second coming of Jesus Christ
Do me a favor and buy a shirt. Preferably before the hoverboard is invented.