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alsieboo
20-08-2005, 00:18:41
I've got a shortlist of slogans to put on my nice t-shirt here to rival my 'sit on my face and party!' shirt. Take your pick!

Greg W
20-08-2005, 03:02:17
Well, yep, we've found the exact opposite of JM. Get the two of them together and the world will explode from the paradox. :D

MOBIUS
20-08-2005, 11:29:01
Oh it's a T-shirt?

Probably the bottom two then...

My g/f has a 'Barbie is a slut' T-Shirt - brilliant when there's kids about!:D

Christoph
20-08-2005, 11:50:01
Dimwit!

The Norks
20-08-2005, 12:27:48
hmmm... on a very boring sisterly/maternal note, can I just advise you that any of the above will attract exactly the wrong sort of attention. YOu're an attractive girl, you're bright and witty, you don't need to provoke people to get attention. And even if that's not your intention, thats what will happen. I used to have a 'Hello Boys! T-shirt when I was younger and thinner, and it was taken as free license to gawp, grope and expect some kind of put-out. Its not pleasant to have to fend off drunk slobbering men who think its ok to grab your tits and assume you'll fuck them.

You don't have to wear a floral Tea dress, but I'd rethink this one!

:)

alsieboo
20-08-2005, 16:01:58
It's mainly for my boss, he asked me to get some more

Greg W
20-08-2005, 16:09:45
So your boss wants to see you in tight t-shirts? :hmm:

;)

alsieboo
20-08-2005, 16:13:47
lol, he called me boring when I was showing a lot of cleavage, so he's a bit messed up

Greg W
20-08-2005, 16:27:55
You sure he's not been castrated? :D

The Norks
20-08-2005, 17:17:54
yeah showing cleavage at work, also not a good idea. I'd tell him its none of his business what you wear as long as you're work suitable, and I'd be concerned about his interest.

alsieboo
20-08-2005, 22:51:57
Nah, he was joking, he's happily married and not into little girls, and it's not like I was falling out of my shirt

Diss
20-08-2005, 23:01:12
I voted for the mouth one. But I have seen the sticks and stones one on a bumper sticker. I like that one.

Diss
20-08-2005, 23:02:57
Originally posted by The Norks
hmmm... on a very boring sisterly/maternal note, can I just advise you that any of the above will attract exactly the wrong sort of attention. YOu're an attractive girl, you're bright and witty, you don't need to provoke people to get attention. And even if that's not your intention, thats what will happen. I used to have a 'Hello Boys! T-shirt when I was younger and thinner, and it was taken as free license to gawp, grope and expect some kind of put-out. Its not pleasant to have to fend off drunk slobbering men who think its ok to grab your tits and assume you'll fuck them.

You don't have to wear a floral Tea dress, but I'd rethink this one!

:)

no sense of humour :)

I like on the tv show family guy, Meg's mother recommends a shirt with the words: Sperm dumpster on it. :lol:. Maybe I only thought it was funny. Hey, it brings the lack of self respect t-shirts to a whole new level.

The Norks
20-08-2005, 23:21:49
its not that, its just that I know from experience how difficult situations can be when you attract unwanted attention because of something you're wearing. Friends of mine have got hit by drunk men because they answered back or tried to defend themselves. It only takes one nutter to take offence to you or to wait outside a club for you.

Anyway, I said it was boring advice :D

Diss
21-08-2005, 08:46:13
I understand what you mean. But shirts like that are going to get drunk guys hitting on you.

Now where this could run into problems you were describing is how she turns down the offers of sex with these drunken guys (unless she accepts all offers from sex from drunken guys- in that case give me her number :)). If she's rude about it, the guy might get offended. But I don't know of that many guys that would hit a woman (or worse). But you never know.

Oerdin
21-08-2005, 10:23:16
Originally posted by The Norks
hmmm... on a very boring sisterly/maternal note, can I just advise you that any of the above will attract exactly the wrong sort of attention. YOu're an attractive girl, you're bright and witty, you don't need to provoke people to get attention. And even if that's not your intention, thats what will happen. I used to have a 'Hello Boys! T-shirt when I was younger and thinner, and it was taken as free license to gawp, grope and expect some kind of put-out. Its not pleasant to have to fend off drunk slobbering men who think its ok to grab your tits and assume you'll fuck them.

You don't have to wear a floral Tea dress, but I'd rethink this one!

:)

Seconded. With those shirts the shit bags will be all over you and the decent gys will turn up their noses at you.

MOBIUS
21-08-2005, 10:37:25
Originally posted by The Norks
its not that, its just that I know from experience how difficult situations can be when you attract unwanted attention because of something you're wearing. Friends of mine have got hit by drunk men because they answered back or tried to defend themselves. It only takes one nutter to take offence to you or to wait outside a club for you.

Anyway, I said it was boring advice :D

Tis true what she says, I'm a naturally curious person who likes to read what is actually printed on t-shirts - I frequently find myself gawping at women's breasts...:D

Diss
21-08-2005, 10:55:18
Originally posted by MOBIUS
Tis true what she says, I'm a naturally curious person who likes to read what is actually printed on t-shirts - I frequently find myself gawping at women's breasts...:D

exactly why I like those shirts.

The Norks
21-08-2005, 12:24:11
i actually had guys come up to me and squeeze my tits with no warning/preamble and think thats ok. Its actually assault, and then they get nasty if you say fuck off.

Greg W
21-08-2005, 12:27:56
Well, what man wouldn't do that to a woman with a "Hello Boys" t-shirt? :D

The Norks
21-08-2005, 13:00:36
a normal one?

Greg W
21-08-2005, 14:13:28
You are eeeeeensane woman.

alsieboo
21-08-2005, 19:33:16
The guys at my work will keep their hands off because they all know I'm off limits. It's just seen as a bit of a joke

The Norks
21-08-2005, 20:03:14
here be dragons

Provost Harrison
21-08-2005, 20:05:09
Want to come home and see my puppies? ;)

MoSe
22-08-2005, 09:03:16
hhhmmmm....
when I was 20 I saw a bunch of presumably brits, fat and white, who had lined up over one hundred empty Beck's bottles in front of the bar on the beach at Ios in Greece.
They all wore the same t-shirt:

DO A MOUSE A FAVOUR
EAT A PUSSY

It took me a decade to understand the sexual slang innnuendo (I knew no rotten gaytwat to teach me at the time, there was no internet yet)

Diss
22-08-2005, 10:04:09
what does pussy have to do with 100 empty Becks bottles?

Gary
22-08-2005, 10:05:44
Not watched "Big Brother" ?

Funko
22-08-2005, 10:09:34
Must have been a stag do. :)

Kitsuki
22-08-2005, 10:26:21
I voted for suing your boss for sexual harassment...

Funko
22-08-2005, 10:27:07
Oooh yeah, get that on a t-shirt.

Drekkus
22-08-2005, 11:49:55
Originally posted by Kitsuki
I voted for suing your boss for sexual harassment... My idea. Men who are 'happily married' and who encourage 16 year old employees to be 'not so boring' and wear inviting tshirts are very suspect.

Kitsuki
22-08-2005, 16:57:08
Ie. dirty bastards who you should take to the cleaners (metaphorically speaking...)

Gary
22-08-2005, 17:09:23
I may interpet things differently from others. Alsie was called, "boring", when she was showing a lot of cleavage. Not to encourage her to do so. Preumably suggesting/implying a nice business suit didn't constitute such boring behaviour ? Tee shirts may just be seen as a fun middle ground.

King_Ghidra
22-08-2005, 17:13:57
http://flatrock.org.nz/topics/humour/assets/wish_these_were_brains.jpg

Greg W
23-08-2005, 02:36:52
Yes, classic t-shirt that one. :bounce: :bounce:

Gary
23-08-2005, 08:15:50
"I can only please ..." is too long for a tee-shirt, and is too well known already
"Sticks and stones ..." is also too well known already
Anything with "fuck" in it is too much shock value, give it a miss.
"If your dick ..." is wrongly worded. It should say "... as my mouth ..."
The 3 that's left are all good choices.
"Save a virgin ..." might be a little to much of a 'come on'.
Overall, I'd go with the "If we are ..." and note that that "If" is very important :)