Since you've never gotten much out of your shirt beyond a ton of respect for being on the Coed Naked Water Polo Team, there's Embrace The Culture: a German braintrust that uprooted to Orlando to turn out tees that use everything from philosophy, to cultural icons, to 19thC newspaper headlines in order to convey "a message people need to hear" and build toward "a better tomorrow", also the highly attainable working title of Master P's follow-up film. The goods:
Omen Feathers: This Edgar Allan Poe-homaging guy takes a triangle emblem and surrounds it with three "power of the future"-representing raven feathers, which'll cause you to say "that's so Raven!", making everyone laugh and compliment you on your knowledge of pop culture.
Balloon Hoax: Proving Balloon Boy-ness is a timeless phenomenon, kinda, this asphalt-colored tee depicts an 1844 newspaper headline detailing a purposely crafted ruse about the existence of a flying machine, as the bizarre sex tales of Giants pitcher Brian Wilson just keep getting awesomer and awesomer.
Move Bricks Like Tetris: This 8-bit-inspired number stacks blue/ green/ purple/ yellow Tetris blocks on top of each other with the shirt's namesake phrase, which's supposed to signify shifting around stuff every day to avoid the craziness, although if you weren't always waiting for the long piece, maybe you'd finally stop bringing your B Game.