Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby asiababy » 04 Jun 2012, 07:56

Saw one over the weekend:

"I've recently goned off sex :( "

Not sure where you'd want to wear that.
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby monokuro » 04 Jun 2012, 19:04

John Yu wrote:Talk nerdy to me


I have this tshirt, but i got it from walmart in oklahoma :)
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby Steviebike » 05 Jun 2012, 11:21

Saw a bloke in his 20's wearing a tshirt with a huge back print of a young anime character bent over showing her panty covered lady bulge :eek:

Underneath was the word sex then something covered by his little handbag thing. What in gods name does his friends and family think? I doubt he has a girlfriend or wife?
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby navillus » 10 Jun 2012, 16:02

One of my students had a good shirt on today.

FUCK
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby Meadows » 22 Jun 2012, 20:21

ladies and gentlemen, I give to you: Hitler Girl.

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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby EddieG » 23 Jun 2012, 15:58

Just saw this one: Shout to come.

Explains a lot about my experience with some Asian girls ;)
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby finley » 26 Jun 2012, 17:33

Guy getting off the MRT today:

CRISPY AS FUCK

er.... what?
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby downtownandrew » 28 Jun 2012, 11:49

Old lady wearing a green t-shirt with the simple words:
"Fuck the Police, Fuck Snitches." as she walked right past the local police sub-station.

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Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby ayn » 28 Jun 2012, 13:10

Saw a girl with a tee that saids "EXPERIENCE ALCOHOLISM".
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Re: Shocking Taiwanese T-shirts

Postby downtownandrew » 28 Jun 2012, 14:55

my sister-in-law's T-shirt:

F.U.C.K
fight until certainly known

kinda cool if you ask me. lets go fuck someone up!
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