T-Shirts the you have had printed for yourself not some band nonsense or stag do/sports tour trash

I may have had more but the ones I can remember are:

‘100% Commitment
100% my real forename and surname

And

‘my whole life was like a picture of a sunny day’

This is one off slogan t-shirts you have had printed for yourself not some band nonsense or stag do/sports tour trash.

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what?

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You can get words on a t-shirt, pops. You know printed on or whatever. What did you get?

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Would wear (simply)

None, but some of my penoid pals are really into the idea of getting “team” t-shirts made for Nationals next month and I cringe myself inside out every time it comes up.

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That’s it. I think it would be very rich of you to suggest that you haven’t made any youthful mistakes. This is a thread for sharing those mistakes for the pleasure of the boards.

The second I did not write it is Sleater Kinney

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I really don’t think that you’re in a position to look down on ‘stag do/sports tour trash’ with this.

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Let’s hear it then hockey boy, what you got?

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Why would you do this?

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I ruined a really nice Fiorentina shirt by getting “Two Fat Ladies 88” printed on the back of it during a particularly adolescent holiday to Italy with school. One mate got “Legs 11” on the back of his which makes it better but also a lot worse however we both got off lightly compared to my pal who spent a fortune on a Roma shirt and got “Kinky 69” on the back of it…

There is literally nothing stupider on the planet than teenagers.

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Yeah. I’ve done this.

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Don’t admit to it, this is clearly a trap!

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Don’t think I haven’t seen you wearing those cycling capettes.

This is what we are looking for. Honesty and humility.

WHAT MOST OF YOU FUCKERS ARE MISSING!

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Incredible

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Yup, obviously that one is worse.

I guess it was proto-peacocking before anyone knew about that sort of stuff.

100% commitment
100% Balonz
100% Sleater Kinney

?