The fruits of a good marriage are many and wondrous: healthy, well-adjusted children, a home that warms the hearts of family and friends, and of course, plenty of mirthful societal pooping. Meet the poopers, at SharingMachine.com.
Run by married Ohio cartoonists whose backgrounds include everything from music to chemistry to medical insurance, SM offers two complimentary styles of intelligent silliness: tees sporting childish designs and giggly wit, and more accomplished hi-res prints marrying both 1960s-80s commercial art and Victorian-era renderings with curse-laden smartassness. Tee greats include "Tastes Of The Portions Of The Swine" (anatomical pig w/ six sections all labeled "Good" except the belly, labeled "Really Good"), a cupcake & multivitamin holding hands ("Super Breakfast"), and an NBC "The More You Know" riff proclaiming "I'm a Quitter!" (suck on that, Eriq La Salle). The 27 prints range from a barkeep toasting a passing ("Ashes to Ashes, Beer to Pee"), to a stoning brought on because the "fool has brazenly ignored the Chicago Manual of Style rules concerning footnotes...!", to an eagle gripping the sash, "I Will Never Reveal The Wu-Tang Secret", to a monk reading the Almighty's scrolled take on homosexuality, "This act is no problem to God" (entitled "Sh*t, better hide this one").
For bathroom reading, the Machine has also "secured the remaining copies" of the husband's out-of-print comic-strip book, Toothpaste for Dinner -- the sign of a deeply bankrupt family unit whose neurotic children are feeble, and have woefully minty breath.