Where’s your brother, WeeWee?

posted on 23 Dec 2016 in Clothing

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I’m afraid to ask what Peko means…

Photo courtesy of Steve Kaye.
Child’s t-shirt found in SE Asia.

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  1. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:04 am |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 0  

    Peeko! Gu! Ni! Neewoom!

  2. algernon | 4:06 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 0  

    Stylish Diarrhoea t-shirts for children

  3. algernon | 4:07 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 0  

    Are you sitting down

  4. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:14 am |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 0  

    Designed by Weeweenie Wheeeestoad and Gobbledy Gook

  5. Long Tom | 4:34 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 1  

    At least it didn’t say “PRON”.

  6. Droll not Troll | 4:35 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    If you get poon on your shirt you’re having too much milky.

  7. Droll not Troll | 4:37 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    “You shoulda seen it! It was this long!”

  8. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:48 am |  Vote: Add rating 9  Subtract rating 0  

    There is no poon

    – Matrix

  9. Big Fat Cat | 4:49 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    That’s why it’s rated XXs. Not suitable for immature adult.

  10. Droll not Troll | 5:45 am |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 0  

    The Little Engine That Pooned.

  11. Frank Burns | 5:59 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 0  

    Whatever happened to TANG anyhow?

  12. Pete | 8:13 am |  Vote: Add rating 13  Subtract rating 0  

    Figured i’d wait a few hours before translating.

    The word “peko”…or in usual speech, “peko-peko” in Japanese, has two totally different meanings. In this case it means “ravenously hungry”.
    The girl licking her lips is called “peko-chan” and has been the mascot in Japan for Milky candy for decades. Kinda like Tony the Tiger for Frosted Flakes.

  13. UCity | 8:41 am |  Vote: Add rating 4  Subtract rating 0  

    Get ’em when they least expect it, and then POON! Milky Peko right in the kisser!

  14. jjhitt | 10:07 am |  Vote: Add rating 5  Subtract rating 0  

    One of these days Alice… strait to the Poon.

  15. Yu No Hoo | 5:24 pm |  Vote: Add rating 5  Subtract rating 0  

    Disappointed.

    Every milky train should have a cowcatcher.

  16. Marum | 4:58 am |  Vote: Add rating 9  Subtract rating 0  

    PEKO not only tastes good, but is fun to play with too.

  17. Marum | 5:12 am |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 0  

    Thanks Pete. 0813. So! What Peko Chan needs is a Cowboy, so they can passionately ride off into the wondeful world of Dental Caries.

  18. Marum | 5:14 am |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 0  

    Hehe. Un Caballo Blanco. (The White Knight meaning)

  19. Long Tom | 12:18 pm |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    @Yu No Hoo I think only American locomotives have cowcatchers.

  20. EffEff | 12:35 pm |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 0  

    Drink Pekoe tea – and poon in your balloon!

  21. Marum | 7:31 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 0  

    @Long Tom + Yu No Hoo 1218.

    Australian Steam Engines used to have them too. They were also good for punting kangaroos into the middle-distance.

  22. Marum | 7:34 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 0  

    I wonder why. By the time a cow got out the other end of a Steam Engine, one would not only expect it to be shredded, but nicely cooked too.
    Sorta like “pulled beef”.

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