GR's Weekend Giveaway: Choose $100 in FREE t-shirts from

Level up your wardrobe with some classier-than-the-mall bodywear

T-shirts are probably the most important fashion statement most of us will ever make. We're not prancing down a runway, we're not debating whether to wear the navy blue suit or the dark gray one, and unfortunately we don't yet dress like the characters in Tron: Legacy, so we don't get to accessorize with our favorite shade of neon. But damn, are we particular about our t-shirts.

The point of all this jabbering?Threadless.comhas some of the finest t-shirts on the planet, and they'd like to give you$100 worth of themfor free.

How do you enter this wonderful wardrobe makeover of a giveaway? Simply leave a comment on this article. That's it. Sure, you could probably slide in a "Oh, great and wise Eric, you are my favorite person in the world. Why are you not king of the universe yet?" line. Or a sob story about how you have to face each day in a vintage New Kids on the Block tour shirt, or evena bunch of links to the Threadless site showing us which shirts you've already picked out. But that's not going to help your odds. We're going to choose a winner at random - like a raffle. And if you win, you get a free code worth $100 ofThreadlessthreads.

The only real limitations are that you have to live in the US and you have to be old enough to choose your own clothes, but you can read the full contest ruleshereanyhow.We'll pick a winner next week - just in time for you to return all the crappy clothes you're going to get for Christmas.

Then, you should check us out onFacebookandTwitter. We say things there a lot.

Dec 18, 2010


I was the founding Executive Editor/Editor in Chief here at GR, charged with making sure we published great stories every day without burning down the building or getting sued. Which isn't nearly as easy as you might imagine. I don't work for GR any longer, but I still come here - why wouldn't I? It's awesome. I'm a fairly average person who has nursed an above average love of video games since I first played Pong just over 30 years ago. I entered the games journalism world as a freelancer and have since been on staff at the magazines Next Generation and PSM before coming over to GamesRadar. Outside of gaming, I also love music (especially classic metal and hard rock), my lovely wife, my pet pig Bacon, Japanese monster movies, and my dented, now dearly departed '89 Ranger pickup truck. I pray sincerely. I cheer for the Bears, Bulls, and White Sox. And behind Tyler Nagata, I am probably the GR staffer least likely to get arrested... again.
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