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Registered: ‎04-19-2010

Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

Most are cheesy/corny or stale sayings, and I don’t need to remind myself or others about my feelings....so no.

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Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

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I don't mind them unless they are misogynistic or racially insensitive.

 

It's amusing that several posters say " No! I hate them. Except for my sports, charity, etc etc shirt" I guess everyone makes an exception 

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Registered: ‎07-20-2017

Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

It is okay but I do not wear it.

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Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

Not on me.

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

Just have two from Anybody. No tee shirts with messages.

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Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

I know some people have a collection of shirts

from places they have visited while on vacation. 

They're cute but not for me.

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Registered: ‎09-01-2010

Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

No, never have, although I do wear WVU t-shirts.  I don’t even buy pajamas with words on them.   

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

Back in the day when I was into X-Files, DH bought me two sweatshirts:  The Truth is Out There and Trust No One.  I wore those things out.Woman LOL

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Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

Yes, I have several t-shirts with sayings of some sort on them. I mostly wear them to workout. I also have a couple from sports teams that I'm a fan of. There's nothing rude or disrespectful about any of them. If someone doesn't like them, they don't have to look at me. 

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Re: do you like/wear message clothing?

No, never. So tacky. I also dislike stickers in car windows or on  car bumpers.  Just tacky!