10 T-Shirts That Should Never Be Worn In Public (PHOTOS)

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10 T-Shirts That Should Never Be Worn In Public (PHOTOS)
  • Profile picture of the author KimW
    Some real tasteless pictures there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Yu
    interesting! lol, it can be found at bkk street stall.
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  • Profile picture of the author craigcdz
    Well didn't like them at all.. Rubbish t-shirts i must say!
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    Some good ones
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  • Profile picture of the author Vixxen
    A bit colorful and out there personally..
    But then when I was a naughty 19yr old I loved to do things for the shock effect.
    I went to my dentist appointment, (it was after my dance class) in my black spandex leggings, ankle boots and a long t-shirt over my exercise top.
    Innocent-ish enough one would think...I mean, it was back in the early 80's...
    Back when glam rock was cool - lol
    But when I sat back in the chair, I realized that the pale blue tie-dyed t-shirt had a
    silkscreen print with rainbow lettering...(I had several tie-dyed t's back then..lol)
    The young 30ish Dentist must have had a difficult time handling my cleaning...
    The t-shirt said:
    "9 out of 10 Dentists recommend oral s*x"

    Thankfully, I'd had on my jacket before I'd gone in the back, his assistant was busy with the phone and I was done rather quickly. Back into my jacket and off I went on my way...
    BUT I do recall him smiling (well, attempting to resist smiling may be a better term) most of the appointment.

    But then being young can be a rather exciting time - which most of us exploit endlessly at the time. lol
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    • Profile picture of the author csmcmanus
      dig the granny porn star! that was awesome
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        Next time you wear a shocking t-shirt to make a statement - just remember that about 95% of the people who see it are just thinking "tacky". The other 5% will giggle at anything.

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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Almost like a trip through Walmart.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgettaSterling
    Self-expression is one thing, but sometimes I think people should give stuff like this a few moments of thought before "expressing" those sentiments.

    Two examples:

    1. Friends and I were in a local Chinese Restaurant. Our busboy had a tshirt that said "I would rather be snorting coke off a hooker's tits." He was probably all of 16. Now, besides this being stupid and offensive (to us) - do you think we left much of a tip for him? And then we started thinking "what kind of restaurant allows their employees to wear something like that?" We have NEVER gone back. That place is the place where the guy with the t-shirt works. We have told many people.

    2. An IT guy at a former employer used to wear this ratty t-shirt at work that said "Bend over - I'm driving." I was also a volunteer on a local community group board. We needed some IT work done. He came out to pitch himself as a consultant. All I told the group was that he wore that t-shirt at work most of the time. Nobody wanted to give him the consulting job (and they didn't). It wasn't a trivial contract.

    Just thoughts. I mean - I experimented with a lot of crazy hair colors and stuff in high school and college. But we judge people almost instantly based on very superficial criteria, like the stupid thing printed on our t-shirt...

    Georgetta
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    • Profile picture of the author FSchmieder
      Originally Posted by GeorgettaSterling View Post

      Self-expression is one thing, but sometimes I think people should give stuff like this a few moments of thought before "expressing" those sentiments.

      Two examples:

      1. Friends and I were in a local Chinese Restaurant. Our busboy had a tshirt that said "I would rather be snorting coke off a hooker's tits." He was probably all of 16. Now, besides this being stupid and offensive (to us) - do you think we left much of a tip for him? And then we started thinking "what kind of restaurant allows their employees to wear something like that?" We have NEVER gone back. That place is the place where the guy with the t-shirt works. We have told many people.

      2. An IT guy at a former employer used to wear this ratty t-shirt at work that said "Bend over - I'm driving." I was also a volunteer on a local community group board. We needed some IT work done. He came out to pitch himself as a consultant. All I told the group was that he wore that t-shirt at work most of the time. Nobody wanted to give him the consulting job (and they didn't). It wasn't a trivial contract.

      Just thoughts. I mean - I experimented with a lot of crazy hair colors and stuff in high school and college. But we judge people almost instantly based on very superficial criteria, like the stupid thing printed on our t-shirt...

      Georgetta
      lol you left him a poor tip because of is t-shirt and didn't give it based on performance. Thank you for being offended over nothing

      I can agree from the angle that looking out for your own good and watching out for other people's bias, you shouldn't wear those t-shirts.

      But on the other hand, why do people get so up in arms over something so trivial? People act all high and mighty and like to pretend they were never kids/never made bad decisions/always do the right thing/are models of moral and physical excellence

      Seriously, who the eff cares?
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  • Profile picture of the author FatterMike
    Are those people really can read?
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