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Although it would be odd to categorize this one as crazy or shocking, I was surprised yesterday to see a thirty-something guy wearing a black T-shirt with "KMT" on it in huge letters. Although there surely must be a lot of those shirts out there, that was still the first time I'd seen one in the wild, as opposed to at a political rally or in a campaign ad.
A man in a hoodie with this on the back:
Stop pulling my string
"Oh yeah tough guy?"
the best in the west
Wanna be my deputy?
Costco cart-is-at-end-of-ramp cart puller
across her chest, with some such tasteful splash droplets
Is that from Toy Story?
Prepare for this thread to be owned: A strong, athletic young lady shopper at Zhishan Carrefour, wearing very tight pants and a tight t-shirt that said 'LISTEN TO YOUR PUSSY!". She was wearing earphones!
Today I spotted this "Puberty Silent" T-shirt -- twice, no less, on teenage girls in separate parts of Banqiao. (Not my photo. Just something I found on the Net.)
I'm baffled by it but not curious enough to spend a lot of time looking into the meaning, if there is one. Maybe it's one of those many "important" social statements going around these days.
Even though we just had a winter without real winter, it wasn't proper T-shirt weather until just recently. But now T-shirt season is upon us again.
Today's shirt on a twenty-something woman:
WALK OF SHAME