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dirty shirty

Nice T-shirt....

but not a patch on her other one....

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On Sunday, 07 October, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Does that woman know the meanings on those shirt I wonder. Or perhaps she really does like sweltering places by the sea. Not sure about the fists though.  

On Sunday, 07 October, 2007, Anonymous Michaels said:




Anyone tried phoning that number?  

On Monday, 08 October, 2007, Blogger Jon said:

Pfft, who doesn't love a nice fisting session every once in a blue moon?


On Monday, 08 October, 2007, Anonymous George said:

Another Seldom Heard in Japan:

"Can you proofread my English? Or better still, tell me what the gibberish actually means??"  

On Monday, 08 October, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think they know what it means, but because allmost akll of Japanese elderly don't read or write English, it is no problem.

For example this Dutch ad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDMVam03pX8  

On Tuesday, 09 October, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said:

You men just don't get us women.......... Of course we love H-O-T beaches and a good fist f*ck... We just pretend to be nice & rosey.  

On Tuesday, 09 October, 2007, Blogger Melanie Gray Augustin said:

Even scarier... the "Fist" t-shirt would have cost her a fortune, that brand is so expensive.

When I taught in Eikaiwa, I had a rule that anyone where a t-shirt with English on it had to stop at the door for me to read it first and then explain the meaning to the class. I stopped that rule when a sweet 12 year old came in with a shirt that read;

"You wouldn't believe what he said to me at midnight last night. Why do you taste so good, why do you taste so good?"  

On Tuesday, 09 October, 2007, Anonymous Jamaipanese said:

lol @ various comments  

On Wednesday, 10 October, 2007, Anonymous Alex Case said:

There are no lack of great T-shirt slogans in Japan, but that is an absolute classic!

I'd love to do a proper analysis of the ingredients needed for a truly great Engrish t-shirt sometime, would probably be a combination of something rude, something nonsensical but almost poetic and one random spelling mistake (but not an amusing mistake, which is strictly of interest to Japanese T-shirt amateurs)

TEFLtastic blog- www.tefl.net  

On Saturday, 13 October, 2007, Anonymous quaisi said:

One of my students came in with a t-shirt saying:

My mother drank, smoke and dropped acid during my pregnancy.  

On Sunday, 14 October, 2007, Blogger Tai said:

Im Japanese. When I was in USA, the host's son indicated my shirt. I asked "What's this mean" then he said "It doesn't make sense.. not English" "Strange" "OK this is the alphabet!" I haven't worn the Japanese T-shirt since 2004.  

On Wednesday, 17 October, 2007, Anonymous Christine said:

T-shirt slogans in Japan have almost always made me laugh. The fist T-shirt made me cringe. I wonder what she'd do if someone actually explained what she was endorsing?!  

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