June 18, 2012

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I don't pretend to understand fashion but REALLY?
Plus this guy was probably 15.

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  1. I'm just as speechless.

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  2. Who could resist his charm?

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  3. I once saw a girl who looked to be about twelve wearing a shirt that said "Not everything's flat in Kansas" right across the chest.

    First of all: who let her wear that?

    And second: While I am sure that there are some things in Kansas that are not flat, her choice of that shirt was a bit on the self-deluding side.

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    1. Who let her wear that? Probably parents who were friends with the people who let their baby wear a shit saying "I keep my bitches in line with my PIMP HAND!"

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    2. Anon 12:20 - Did you drop that "r" in shirt on purpose?

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    3. No matter what horrible stuff your baby's t-shirt says it's still infinitely better than dressing them in feces

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  4. Better, or worse, than the Adolph Hitler World Tour T-shirt?

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  5. You explained it yourself. He's 15. We do, say, and wear stupid stuff when we're 15.

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    1. True, but I always sort of assumed that's part of what parents are for. This is clearly an increasingly bad assumption.

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  6. At least it says, "your girlfriend" and not "your mom"...

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  7. 15 year olds wear dumb things, but where are this kids'parents?!

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    1. Probably wearing the same shirt, or similar ones that say "Sh*t happens."

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    2. "Sh*t happens. Just look at my son."

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    3. Their t-shirts: "My son f*cked your girlfriend."

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  8. In Junior High, my sister's friends convinced a foreign exchange student to wear a fake Busch Beer t-shirt that said "To Hell With Your Mountains, Show Me Your Busch." They all got in trouble, but the kicker? NONE OF THEM GOT THE JOKE!

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  9. Nice shirt. That's a new tag.
    It's the kidna shirt that makes me wish I was gay. Imagine what I could tell him then!
    "Dude, you f*ed my girlfriend? You realize it was a guy, right?"

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    1. If that's all it takes to make you want to be gay-you're probably gay.

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  10. well, those kind of shirts were really common when I was 14, the most memorable one was "I'm not a virgin, but I make miracles"; I never used one tho. I'm 21 now... seems some things haven't changed much in 7 years.

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  11. "That's disgusting dude! My girlfriend is 12!"

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  12. I love the composition of this one. His vacant stare at the viewer along with the giant empty space where a speech bubble would normally be. It's perfect.

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  13. Ha, a 15-year-old fucked your girlfriend. That can't feel good.

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  14. My favorite detail is the patchy proto-mustache.

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  15. Brad the Dad6/18/2012 2:55 PM

    But he has an iPod touch. That means he can get any girl he wants, right?

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  16. Am I the only one who thinks that wearing a shirt with a vulgar word that has been censored is kinda pathetic and cowardly?

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    1. I totally agree with you. Years ago, when I had my first bartending job, one of the other female bartenders, whenever she dropped something or ran the beer over, would yell out "Choice Words!" I asked her why, and she said she was being polite. The other female bartender said she thought the "polite" one was being cowardly, and that in fact by saying "Choice Words!", she was forcing the listeners to come up with their own "choice words" in his/her head, and that was infinitely more rude than just saying a swear word to begin with. I found myself agreeing with the second bartender and also thinking the first one was just being pompous and overly cute. And, annoying, of course. At any rate, why wear a censored t/shirt? It's not like anyone doesn't know what you really mean.

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    2. Pathetic? Yes. Cowardly? Cowardly? Seriously?

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    3. "...she was forcing the listeners to come up with their own "choice words" in his/her head, and that was infinitely more rude than just saying a swear word to begin with. I found myself agreeing with the second bartender..."

      Were you high?

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    4. The 2nd bartender, the one who he found himself agreeing with, was probably much cuter, or at least more receptive to his attentions

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  17. I think "Jerks" is very much the appropriate category for this one...

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  18. My T-shirt: "I'm dating your mom."

    ALTERNATIVELY:

    I say to him, "Yyyyyeah, I don't recall ever dating your left hand, bub."

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