So, who here wears clothes? Brilliant, me too - I'm so into clothes I wear them every single day. Keep reading, clothes fans, because the next few paragraphs will probably be of major interest to you.
Like many of the world's t-shirts, Insert Coin's tees come in lots of nice colours, are made out of cotton, and have four holes so they can fit over your torso and cover your shame. But unlike many of the world's t-shirts, Insert Coin tees are emblazoned with charming iconography showcasing the icons, logos, and brands of the gaming universe.
In VideoGamer.com's ceaseless and undying quest to clothe everybody in games-related paraphernalia, we protested outside Insert Coin's office until the manager allowed us to give away some t-shirts on the site. You're welcome, planet Earth.
We have five t-shirts ready and waiting in our prize cannon, and they're positively desperate to be shot across the country (via the postal service) and through your letterbox.
We'll also have two more t-shirts to give away on next week's VideoGamer.com podcast - that's episode five - which will go out on July 20.
What's your favourite? Neon likes the Borderlands Torque one, and Martin is quite partial to the Afterlife Gentleman's Club shirt because even thinking about Mass Effect makes him giddy.
There are some caveats, however: you can't pick the Sonic and Eggman, GameCity Limbo, Eurogamer Expo 2010 or Gamers Voice because of licenses and partnerships. We wouldn't have let you pick the Eurogamer one, anyway.
Just what does Insert Coin have to say about itself? "Insert Coin first spawned in 2010, when a group of avid gamers, hardcore designers, eagle-eyed fashionistas, and seasoned writers realised that gaming fashion left a lot to be desired. Joining forces, we put together a collection of unique designs, inspired by the world of videogames."