It’s the eternal cry, echoing the world over, potentially for eternity – ‘where’s my jetpack’. This tee crystallises the feeling of being cheated out of the future by scientists, and finding that we’re still having to eat food, travel by car and generally live in a world which is *so* 1999.
The print reads: ‘The lied to us. This was supposed to be the future. Where is my jetpack, where is my robotic companion, where is my dinner in pill form, where is my hydrogen fulled automobile, where is my nuclear powered levitating house, where is my cure for this disease.’
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