Zombie Claus - Seasons Eatings Shirt
Grandmas everywhere are starting to hunt and gather for the perfect Christmas shirts to bestow on their loved ones for holiday gatherings and family Christmas cards. Fuzzy trees, toy-building elves, kitties in Santa hats, puppies tangled in tinsel, and Santa with his reindeer are all the usual suspects in the traditional Christmas attire.
Before she gets lost too far into the same old glitter-infested holiday shirt bin, suggest a more trending aesthetic for this years festivities: Zombie Claus! Zombies are in. People have been talking and making movies about the Zombie Apocalypse for years, but it’s transitioned from just movies here and there, to an actual buzz on the Internet, in the news, and better, more realistic movies/TV shows. Not a day goes by that walking down the street, you won’t see someone in some form of Zombie attire. IT’S NOW COOL TO PREPARE FOR THE ZOMBIES.
Why not incorporate Zombie Claus! and his message “Season’s Eatings”, into your own Christmas traditions? Twisting up your Christmas card with a fun shirt like this will cancel out the embarrassment of sending a greeting card to people you never see, and leaving them with the only impression that you are a Christmas tree-loving nerd who likes to wear the same clothes as your six year old sister.
Not to mention, the Zombie Claus Season’s Eatings Shirt is an economically better choice. How? What has happened to the piles of shirts featured on your family Christmas cards over the years? They land in a box in the basement or are “accidentally” thrown out. Either way, they never see the light of the day again. You make sure of it. Spice things up with Zombie Claus, and you have a super cool shirt that can, and should, be worn all year round, for years to come. Times are tough, recycling is also most definitely IN.
Grandma may be resistant to the idea at first, but so were the people during the Women’s Suffrage movement. Explain to her that though Zombie Claus is a little out-of-the-ordinary, he still respects the major traditions of the Holiday season. Red and Green are still the featured colors and complement his fluffy White beard, just like the original Santa Clause, and he exudes the zombie version of jolly as best he can.