Diarrhoea

Diarrhoea

posted on 21 Jan 2010 in Clothing

Photo courtesy of Jude Simmonds.
Found in Japanese women’s magazine.

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Example of why we shouldn’t get tattoos in another language. She probably thinks it says “Peace” or something lol

malchick99
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malchick99

DQN editorial… what more to add

Adonja
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Adonja

makes me wonder what my chinese t-shirt is saying

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Speaking for myself, if i was given a T-shirt with something printed on it, in English or any language that I didnt know, you’d bet i’d get a dictionary to find out. “Do not speak English” is not an excuse for this humiliation. For years in countries like China, Japan, Korea and so on, anything with some English language, words/phrases, printed on it would be a hot sale. It’s just self-debasing and shopping for humiliation.

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@qwerty:
Here’s how they did it:
-Find a long word in a dictionary
-Include the definition because it makes the shirt look cool
-Finito!

Dont forget to find a dump Asian bimbo model who would proudly put it on and advertising it in public, no questions asked.

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@Belbe:

Choose random word from English dictionary.
Print definition on shirt.
Sell!

You missed one step:

Find a braindead hot girl to wear the T-SHIT, … the sell!

szk
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szk

Can’t help but wonder what the last line says

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Seventy2rd o clock

Created by Louis Vomiton

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l2646134

From the company that gave you “Suchehwa”.

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coffeebot

Everybody poops.

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