So… T-shirts

I’ll let you all into a little secret – I have a rather twisted sense of humour.

What? You already knew that? Oh, ok. I just thought I’d mention it, because of my recent experiences with T-shirts. Over the summer, I decided to indulge myself and buy a t-shirt featuring the deeply misunderstood Mr Stabby. I felt this would be suitably humorous without being so offensive as to get the lynch mob coming around with pitchforks. Having had this t-shirt for a few months, I’m very tempted to go one step further and purchase some merchandise from T-shirt Hell, who specialise in twisted and offensive t-shirts. (Warning: portions may be unsafe for work and/or generally offensive)

The three t-shirts I find fairly interesting are as follows: laughter, Jesus and babies.

As you can see, the first one is a touch strange, and the other two are potentially rather offensive to the staunchly religious and to babies respectively. Here we come to my dilemma: do any of these cross my personal boundary of tastelessness? Here is what I think:

I’m not entirely sure why it took a whole blog post to figure this out for myself, nor entirely why I’ve got such a long post about items of clothing, but then again what are blogs for (other than external memory)?

2 Responses to “So… T-shirts”

    •  Gravatar for Jonty
    • From Jonty
    • Sunday 5 December 2004 at 18:41

    Writes a letter to the Daily Mail. Subject, the youth of today … 😉

    •  Gravatar for Ben
    • From Ben
    • Monday 6 December 2004 at 00:05

    The idea of what the Daily Mail would do if given a link to T-Shirt Hell is highly amusing. I imagine Simon Heffer would explode… excellent.