Now hold on just a minute. If a baby was wearing this design, that would be acceptable. It would even be the kind of gift that would kill at a baby shower. HOWEVER, the fact that what appears to be worn by a child around the age of ten adds a couple of very interesting details and questions.
For instance, where is “there”? And perhaps the most important question: why is there poop there? Child, you don’t get to order me around. If you’re old enough to wear that shirt, there’s only one person who will be cleaning up your poop.
These Socks Were Built for Walking
The dead are always walking in this famous AMC show, and now you can join them with a pair of socks that give you Rick Grimes to wear whenever you're out and about. Ah, but you see, the thing about socks is they're designed to be stretched over the feet and calves of the wearer.
So, instead of the cool-under-pressure Rick Grimes, we instead get the cock-eyed, wandering face of his long-lost family member, Nick. Big fans of "The Walking Dead" will get a pretty good laugh out of these socks, but they're sure to get some weird looks.
She's Probably Red-Faced
The back of this shirt has an uplifting Bible verse and some cool art. But the design of the large word at the top, “Arise” tends to bring something else to mind. Not to mention it's plenty easy for long hair to cover the middle of the word, it can end up looking like a British word for a body's back end.
Of course, the worst part is that the rose in place of the I, which ties into the verse itself, is often skipped when reading across. Of course, with the second reading, the meaning is clear, but it will still confuse you for a moment.
The Kind of Shirt to Keep at Home
If you're a party animal, then this shirt is for you. Throw it on for a lazy day at home, a gathering with friends, or a day at the beach, and enjoy your free time. The workweek might not be the best time to wear it since it paints you as a bit of a slacker and has a pretty bad design.
Separating “Week” and “End” makes a little bit of sense, but chopping the “R” off of “Never” is a bit silly and makes the shirt look low-effort. Yet, despite these shortcomings, one cannot deny the comfort exuded by this apparel, beckoning wearers with its inviting coziness and appealing aesthetic.
This Gets so Bad It Goes Back Around to Great
Raise your hand if you would unironically wear this shirt. Come on, let's see them. Put 'em up. It's hilarious! It looks like someone who only has three fingers between two hands. Pointer, and thumb-pinky. It just gets better the more you stare at it! From the two “cat” designs with very odd dimensions and proportions to the three lines of text, it's like a madman's manifesto in shirt form. And what poetry we see under the cats.
Honestly, if you can make sense of what it's trying to say, you get an award. Truly, this shirt stands as an avant-garde masterpiece, destined to evoke laughter, bewilderment, and perhaps even philosophical contemplation among those who dare to engage with its surreal aesthetic.