It's good to have a sense of humor about your own foibles: Rodney Dangerfield made a living from it, and it almost got you laid once, until she realized that you weren't kidding about the American Girl dolls. For a clothing line unafraid to crash and brag about it, enjoy Enjoi.
Launched as a skateboard deck company that expanded to casual clothing with a fat panda as a mascot, Enjoi comes from the minds of a crew of dudes who made an award-winning skate vid where they pull off some sick tricks but pretty much get mangled by railings and cement, very honestly called Bag Of Suck, which they admit won't keep you on the edge of your seat like Bag of Blow. The fall/winter collection rocks tees and cheekily-named buttondowns, like the slim-cut "Spin The Bottle", featuring a gray box plaid, the "Pandalton Flannel" with cool rounded-out chest pockets, and a short sleeve number with a mini-epaulette on the bottom of the sleeve called "Seven Minutes Of Heaven" (just pray you don't get thrown in there with Bernice again). Ringspun cotton tees are mostly wise-ass, like "Piggyback Pandas", showing two fat, cute pandas playing a very adult version of the game; "Censored", with an Enjoi logo covered by a stamp saying "censored by the man"; and "Striking Points" showing a dude in tighty-whities with a diagram of where to hit him: "pit of despair" points to the armpits, while an arrow to his package says "kick 'em in the jimmy" -- they're just angry, because he's all grown up, and prefers to be called "James".
Enjoi's also got headwear, like a simple blue-collar-ish beanie with their panda logo on the rim, and they still craft their skateboard decks, including one rocking a dude with flames coming out of his pants and the slogan, "too hot for vd", which is exactly how you feel about Kit Kittredge.