It was about this time last year, after a month in Korea, that I posted an item about Korean Tee shirts, with a photo of my all time favourite: The Convex Magnum Opes.
The Japanese also go in for Tee shirts with English slogans. Most of them are slightly more intelligible than some I saw in Korea, but not much.
This one would have been very amusing on a young lady:
I didn't have the heart to ask the young man what he thought his Tee shirt might be about.
If he was wearing it in Peterborough, England he might have risked a fine, as this chap did for wearing a strongly worded Tee shirt.
I saw the following slogan on a tshirt the other day:
"My boyfriend is like a hamburger, he tastes good when I eat him."
and the lady looked so prim and proper too.
In Asakusa I saw a girl with a shirt that said:
I have no idea what that means.
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