Peep These DIY Anti-SantaCon Shirts

Posted on: December 11th, 2015 at 5:19 am by
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Enterprising Boogie reader Edmund Dunn decided to create a few anti-SantaCon tshirt prototypes ahead of the unwanted festivities tomorrow. Each of the DIY garments includes images of a drunken bar crawler in a compromising position. One even includes a hat-tip to Boogie.

Unfortunately for those interested, these shirts aren’t available for purchase.

Dunn also wanted you to know that he made these custom at Gifted at 57 7th Avenue South.

Meanwhile, as previously reported, The DL flip-flopped and will not participate in the pub crawl. Reason given was that ““After careful deliberation, the DL has decided to cancel the Santacon event this Saturday. We don’t believe that holding the event would be in the best interest of our brand or of the surrounding community.”

If that’s the case, why is sister establishment The Delancey still on board?

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