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This chivalrous declaration of debauchery is not for the faint of heart. is a website dedicated to all things we enjoy about our American independence: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness…albeit while partying. Based out of Austin, the Rowdy Gentleman sports products of all kinds showing love for our nation. Just like our Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin, the Rowdy Gentleman’s jokes are to be taken in jest. For sale on their website are tee shirts (a.k.a. “Frocketees”) for ‘Mericans, croakies for sunglasses, and coozies — even ones big enough to wrap around a keg! There’s also a collection of hats and other paraphernalia showing love for the last great Republican ticket: Reagan/Bush ’84.

A keg skin can be yours for the bargain price of $40. Totally worth it.

There’s also gear just for fraternity gents and sorority ladies.
Although it’s not exclusive to the South, upholds the chivalrous ideals we too treasure here at From the Rowdy Gentleman website: “A Rowdy Gentleman is equal parts sophisticated and sophomoric. He drinks the finest liquors and the cheapest beer. He blacks out in a black tie. He works hard but plays harder. He loves women, though he commits to none, save for Lady Liberty. Because above all else a Rowdy Gentleman loves America.”

Here are just a few of our favorite sayings from @RowdyGentleman:

“A Rowdy Gentleman has never lost and laughed, unless you count his maniacal laughter as he burns down the arena he lost in.”

“A Rowdy Gentleman only surrenders to his inhibitions.”

“Bloody Marys & Mimosas for breakfast, lunch beers, scotch in the evening & throw a steak in there at some point. The Rowdy Gentleman diet.”

“If a Rowdy Gentleman doesn’t outrun the police he’ll surely outargue the prosecutor.”

“A nacho cheese stained tuxedo is a sure sign a Rowdy Gentleman was at one point drunk and hungry.”

Our personal favorite coozie, "Robert E. Lee will be there to remind you that a true Southern Gentleman never drinks a warm beer."

To "celebrate Ronald Reagan’s historic landslide victory in the 1984 general election."

1776 was the year of our Independence; 2012 shall be the year of the Rowdy Gent.

Have any of y’all out there ordered gear from If so, we’d love to hear about it! While y’all are at it, like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. We certainly are!