Peanut Butter Motherf*cker – I want this T-Shirt

I don’t know where to buy this T-Shirt but I love it, I especially love the picture of the kid wearing it, so awesome. I’ll give a $25 Threadless Gift Certificate to the first that links in the comments to where you can buy the original version of this shirt.

Looks like the original (or at least the one pictured) is from defectivewear.com

Cory also suggested this one in the comments.

Which came first though?

UPDATE: ok, looks like the Destroy All Monsters version is the original, created in 2007 as opposed to Defectivewear which is dated 2008, Cory wins :-)

206 Responses to “Peanut Butter Motherf*cker – I want this T-Shirt”

  1. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  2. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  3. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  4. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  5. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  6. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  7. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  8. bo says:

    i was just looking around to see if i could find a shirt without band logo and i found this…dunno if that means anything though..but it was put up in 2007
    http://www.larryscorner.se/node/5053

  9. bustacuts says:

    didn’t this picture appear in vice magazine years and years ago?

  10. bustacuts says:

    didn’t this picture appear in vice magazine years and years ago?

  11. bustacuts says:

    didn’t this picture appear in vice magazine years and years ago?

  12. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  13. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  14. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  15. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  16. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  17. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  18. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  19. jackey says:

    that’s definitely one of the better ones i’ve seen; actually I love it! Has anyone been to http://www.t-shirtsteeshirts.info/ ? What a nutter site lol. Anyways there’s something beautiful in this t-shirts simplicity. Peanut Butter Motherfucker! yea smooth but it’s kinda wack having a 6 year old wear it. At the same time it would not have the same effect with a grownup. -out- J

  20. JSHAW says:

    This photos is amazing, i'm pretty sure its taken by Terry Richardson. The style and subject seems very “Richardson”

  21. JSHAW says:

    This photos is amazing, i'm pretty sure its taken by Terry Richardson. The style and subject seems very “Richardson”

  22. JSHAW says:

    This photos is amazing, i'm pretty sure its taken by Terry Richardson. The style and subject seems very “Richardson”

  23. JSHAW says:

    This photos is amazing, i'm pretty sure its taken by Terry Richardson. The style and subject seems very “Richardson”

  24. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  25. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  26. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  27. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  28. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  29. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  30. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  31. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  32. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  33. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  34. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  35. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  36. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  37. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  38. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  39. Cary Loren says:

    The t-shirt was a dream object designed by artist Jim Shaw for the group “Destroy All Monsters”.
    It comes out of a dream (and dream drawing) Jim had about the DAM song “Mom and Dad's Pussy”
    that is on the 3-CD boxed set DAM 1974-1976. The song was also used for the opening credits in
    Harmony Korine's film “Gummo” — a revised version can be heard in the DAM version: “peener budder,
    mugger fugger” available online at: http://www.myspace.com/destroyallmonstersdetroit

    The t-shirt was first produced by Book Beat for a DAM Japan tour in 1996, 144 were produced. The new version
    has 101 copies and was produced in 1997. It has been bootlegged a couple times in the UK and
    US. It is available from: http://thebookbeat.com

  40. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  41. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  42. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  43. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  44. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  45. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  46. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  47. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  48. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  49. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

  50. Cary Loren says:

    correction: the new shirt was produced in 2007 not 1997.

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