I'd totally wear that last one
@Spotted Dick, I'd totally eat that last one.
@TheKnightsWhoSayNi, I'd nuzzle sensually in it
@JumboElephant, too to bottom, they read like a dramatic tale of frustration and love that ends in tears and chocolate.
@Spotted Dick, the salt beef is a must buy for me
@Raw Dogging Randoms, I was thinking that too
@OneHellOfAButler, needs Sam Jackson's face on it.
@OneHellOfAButler, stay away from my peanutbutterchocolatebar motherfvcker. 😊
@OneHellOfAButler, That's gonna be someone's user name soon, I hope.
To be honest I haven't seen any of these shirts before.
@RedTippedThrobRobin, are you Japanese?
I lived in Japan for about 3 years, and the best shirts would say long phrases like "I see to the ocean. Whimsical longing. My organ runs."
I'd definitely try her delicious salt beef ;)
@His Infernal Majesty, i would hope its not salty...
*"I want to fvck you in the ass" plays on radio, entire family dances*
Condensation looks like a great shirt
I want the shirt that says cream
So i just had my 18th im ofically allowed to do things that i wouldent yesterday just thought id say that im ofically an adult now ☺
Im pretty sure Salt beef is codeword for penis
The kanji on the light blue shirt is tomodachi, which means friend.
Id buy all of them
I'm pretty sure the kanji on the dark gray shirt translates to big woman, or woman big
@Lady Ninja, my bad, I confused the character for big with the character for sky, so this is literally woman sky
I need that last shirt though...
When you want a meaningful Japanese...thing...but tattoos are too permanent
Japanese wear Kanji on their clothes 24/7, no one bats eye. Americans do it and everyone loses their mind.
That's Chinese. . . . .
@Sally Sellsseashells, Japanese uses Chinese characters with different pronunciations for a lot of words.
My only question is that English is taught in Japanese High Schools. So wouldn't they know what the words mean, at least in a rudimentary fashion?
I would wear a "condensation" shirt
The left Japanese shirt is "tomodachi" iirc, which means friend.
That last one is pretty legit. Everything else is sad.
I have a sweater that says I EAT @SS in Japanese, and all people who can read Japanese laugh at me, thinking that I don't know what it means, I look them dead in the eyes and say "I know what it means, and it's true"
I want all of them
CREAM GET THE MONEY
We may not understand the kanji, but the Japanese know pretty decent English normally
False, Japanese students learn remedial English from a young age
That last shirt would be pretty sweet in all caps:
PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE BAR MOTHERFVCKER