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The Daily Show and Colbert Report Launch New Clothing Line at Urban Outfitters

If the term "Mess O'Potamia" means anything to you, then you might want to hoof it on down to Urban Outfitters. Sure, going back to t-shirts with pictures on the front might feel like a step back for you personally, but it's Steven Colbert on a gallant white steed wrapped in a 'Merican! flag. It's also gluten-free.

Comedy Central has just launched this new line of clothing, as a tribute to all the glorious shenanigans of "Indecision 2012." The t-shirts, mugs, tumblers and art are all available exclusively at Urban Outfitters, America's leading purveyor of neon Ray-Ban knockoffs and Chuck Palahniuk novels.

If you're over 22 and decide to drop in an Urban Outfitters while perusing the mall one day, don't let your oldness make you feel out of place. Just let it happen. And definitely don't lie and say you're shopping for your niece. This is 'Merica! Land of the shop-where-I-want!

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It's all online also, in case you're afraid of accidentally buying fur-lined hunter's cap.

Highlights include an "I Am Drunk (And So Can You)" tumbler, a simple "Indecision 2012" t-shirt and, for your morning brew, "The Best F#%king News Team Ever" coffee mug.

There's also sweepstakes you can enter for the chance for a trip to New York City to watch the presidential election results live at Comedy Central's Indecision 2012 election night party.

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