It was a shirt made entirely from bamboo (but not coconuts) . The fabric, the buttons, and the tag were all bamboo.
It was a little stretchy and it was really comfy. However, the real attractant was that it was made from a renewable resource, and so now I feel like I'm saving the world every time that I wear it.
Right about that moment, an idea struck me that I am now going to fulfill. See, because we bought this bamboo shirt, we definitely lowered our carbon footprint. I thought, Why not share the love?!! So, below, you can purchase carbon credits from me in increments of $1, which dollar will allow you to either pollute just a little more, allow you to change nothing about your economic practices and simply feel like your footprint is smaller, or allow you to gift your credit to someone that might have a high carbon footprint this holiday season.
There is no obligation with this carbon credit--you can use it to negatively affect climate change (only to the amount that you purchased, though), use it to affect no change in your ecological behavior, or pass it on to someone else, allowing them to negatively affect climate change (only to the amount that they purchased, silly), affect no change in their ecological behavior, or pass it on to yet someone else, allowing that new person to negatively affect climate change (what I said earlier), affect no change in their ecological behavior, or pass it on to still someone else...you get the idea.
Sorry, there is no nifty certificate other than the receipt that PayPal will give you; however, Wal-Mart will have a picture frame that will augment the PayPal receipt, bringing out its better qualities. If this doesn't strike your fancy, you have my permission to design a really nifty certificate representing the number of credits that you bought and frame that instead.
Wow, I feel better already.