Merica T-Shirt

‘Merica

'Merica T-Shirt

‘Merica… home of the 64 ounce Big Gulp, monster trucks, and assault rifles!

Bucket Gulp

Monster Trucks

Assault Rifles

‘Merica! *uck Yeah!!! Nuff’ said.

Funny T-Shirts $6!

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Brown is the New White

Brown is the New White

Estar Guars

Estar Guars

I Love TJ

I Love TJ

Naco has definitely come up with some cool and funny designs that are bound to grab attention.  Naco bascially means “ghetto” in Mexican Spanish so if you’re caught wearing one of these shirts, people will probably think you are a little ghetto.  As for the “I Love TJ” shirt, if you have ever been to Tiajuana you are bound to have some good memories of your escapades with your buddies and maybe a Mexican senorita!

Wear these shirts: Because you want others to have a good laugh.

Don’t Wear these shirts: Because you don’t want to offend someone! *But do you really care?

These shirts tell the world: These shirts speak for themselves!

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tshirtspotting

elvis4

This is the Asian Rounder and this is my first post. I’m starting a new thread called T-shirtspotting that will feature random t- shirts I’ve seen or bought around the world.

The above t-shirt was purchased in Bangkok, Thailand at the Monkey See shop which is located at Central World. I’ve done some searches online in both Thai and English however I have not been able to locate a website.

It’s unfortunate the don’t have an online presence because they offer up some pretty cool designs. I asked the clerk at the store, and they are a Thai owned t-shirt company that supposedly has around 5 stores in Thailand.

The featured shirt was one of many t-shirts I purchased. I loved the combination of Jesus, Elvis with a playing card. The splash paint in white was  printed with a special raised fuzzy ink. Overall pretty cool t-shirt! Plus, I think I only paid about 500 baht or around $14 US dollars.

If you are ever in Bangkok, be sure to stop by a Monkey See shop and check out their cool designs!

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