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What is American Bogan’s story?

Remember the time Bobby Brown learned the word “prerogative” and decided to write a song about it? It’s kinda like that.

So anyway, the point behind American Bogan™ is simple.

The more I learned about what bogans are, the more I thought this was the perfect opportunity to engage in some good ol’ fashioned American capitalism! After all, bogans may be Australian, but no one appropriates other cultures better than Americans.

American Bogan™ exists as a brand because Luna and I wanted to introduce “bogan” to the United States so I hired someone to make a logo, altered the colors to give it that authentic ‘Murican spin, registered the domain, put up a website, found the highest quality vendors I could find and feel happy about supporting, and then started filling the store with designs I created so I could unironically revel in my perfectly bogan sense of fashion while culturally appropriating sharing a fun word with my fellow bogans Americans.


(What, did you actually expect an inspirational brand story?)

Yeah, yeah, let’s shop


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He’s an opinionated cunt, after all. ;D

About our current webhost

In case you’re curious, this website is hosted by Dreamhost, Adrian’s current favorite favourite webhost, on their dedicated WordPress plan, DreamPress.

Adrian chose them after leaving Shopify and comparing different WordPress hosting plans on Hostgator, SiteGround, InMotion Hosting, and Pressable among several others (also, for a variety of reasons, I refuse to touch GoDaddy –Adrian).

His photography website is also hosted under a second DreamPress plan after he decided to migrate it away from Squarespace. The combined costs of both DreamPress Plus accounts ($24 each, per month) runs just under one single Shopify Basic plan ($30) with Live Shipping Rates enabled ($20.00).

There are other webhosts that may be much faster performing; however, Dreamhost has been the right combination of stability, price, storage, un-metered bandwidth, expertise, and support for us. is fast enough (seriously, I can’t complain at all! –Adrian), stable, runs smoothly, and is consistently responsive.

Bottom line:

If you’re looking for a good webhost, please consider Dreamhost (Affiliate Link).

Adrian’s been very happy with them for a couple of years, now!