A partial list of graphic t-shirts my mom bought for me roughly between 2004 - 2006.
  1. "I Smell Like Strippers"
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    From American Apparel. Classic and right to the point: I have never kissed a girl, but I'm old enough to objectify women.
  2. "Let Me Be Frank..."
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    From Hollister. This was my favorite. It features a man with an 80s hairdo beginning a sentence, "Let me be frank..." And he has a name tag that says "Frank".
  3. Some Choices Are Just Out of Reach
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    From Urban Outfitters - Design by Rocky Davies. The designer's name was printed on the tag.
  4. Actually, I Don't Mind a Little Junk in the Trunk
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    From American Eagle. Great shirt to get your virgin tween to expand his tastes in pornography.
  5. Same Shi(r)t Different Day
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    From American Eagle. This shirt was actually produced to look filthy. Because nothing's cooler than not showering when you're 15.
  6. House of the Sublime Pleasures
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    From Express. That's a woman spread-eagled.
  7. Cocaine Blows
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    From an Online Retailer. Perfect shirt for someone who had never even tried alcohol yet.