Ever since Adam and Eve ate the forbidden apple and learned shame, we humans have been cursed to wear clothing. (Damn you, Adam and Eve!) While we have come a long way since mere leaves covering our naughty bits, our fashion choices are far from perfect. Like...waaaayyyyy far. Take this shirt, for example. In what font does your 'V' look like 'U'? Learn to label correctly, please.
Also, please learn how to properly design your shirts. Yes, this design fail may not seem as catastrophic as ones involving buildings. But it could be if someone driving by gets in an accident cause they're distracted trying to make sense of this gibberish.
I'm having such a hard time deciphering this. "It's not it's me you" as far as I can determine must be something a failed clone would say to the original host of its DNA. Ah heck, just gimme that wig; it'll be a far less perplexing purchase.
There's nothing worse than a tattoo spelling fail. Although this comes pretty darn close. Like a tattoo, it's something that you will wear with shame and wonder how you could have not noticed the error in it.
You ever have the sneaking suspicion your boss might be an idiot? When this is your work uniform, that's all but confirmed. Worst of all, their blunder makes you look bad and there's not much you can do about it.
Gee, I wonder why this shirt would be on sale. It probably has nothing to do with the fact it looks like they used their remaining Scrabble tiles to make a not-even-close approximation of "Massachusetts." Everyone would love to walk around in this, right?
This seems like a botch, but what if it isn't? What if this is from an alternate reality where America didn't win our war for independence? Fabric from another universe is an absolute steal for only £35.
And here we have a shirt from another alternate reality. Namely, one where Abe Lincoln was well into his hundreds when he was assassinated in 1865. Surprised they never mentioned him in the Declaration of Independence, but I guess he was off doing Highlander business.
When I think of things that are "darn tough" I imagine Kurt Russel's beard, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and $3 steak. What never pops into my head are socks. Even if they were tough they'd still be terrible, because socks should be comfy, not needlessly masculine.
This... is actually amazing. I don't care what anyone thinks, I'd wear the hell out of this shirt. I want metal versions of all my guilty pleasures now. Glad to see there's more out there than just Taylor Swift.