10 Sep 2021 10:13 PM +00:00

TimTheTatman Has Spent Hundreds Of Dollars On A Strange "Addiction"

Timothy' TimTheTatman' Betar is known to spend extravagant amounts on his gaming needs and desires. I'll give a few examples, such as the $500 on Apex Packs, the $2,000 he offered a stream sniper, and his $10,000 TV. A recent admission by Tim revealed an "addiction" that costs him hundreds of dollars.

TimTheTatman announced on his Twitch stream that he has been buying Rock shirts without knowing if they fit him, with some costing a hundred dollars alone. Buying clothes for hundreds of dollars is one thing, but doing so without knowing if they will fit is another. He has received reactions ranging from implying that he is having a midlife crisis to suggesting that he buy more shirts from certain websites (Real helpful guys.)

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TimTheTatman proclaimed himself unable to stop buying vintage rock t-shirts. He continued by saying that his favorite shirts were old tour shirts with the dates on the back. Here's the video where he talks about it.

Skip to 1:00 for the actual start.

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Awakening one morning and realizing he wanted them was how TimTheTatman got his start. Typically, these hobbies result from seeing cool shirts or seeing a specific tour, not randomly. According to him:

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"The other day I woke up and it was the only thing I could think about and I started to buy it… I don't know what happened, I woke up one morning and I was like dude I want like an old rock t-shirt."

Despite already spending $500, he does not even know if the clothing fits. In the end, he bought them without considering the size and just hoped they would fit. He says that he hopes this isn't a mistake throughout the conversation, and at first glance, it certainly seems like one.

Tim will either get this under control or find a store where he can buy and pick his size instead of guessing.