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Remember when you were in grade school and you totally had a crush on the cute boy in your class who had warts on his hands and so one day you passed him a note when the teacher wasn’t looking which said, “Do you like me? Yes Or No (circle one)?” This t-shirt will remind… READ MORE »


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Why declare your love for your favorite man meat on a t-shirt, when you could proclaim your adoration for your favorite tubed meat? Wooster Street Meats sells adorable t-shirts flaunting their selection of Italian meats via their website. Personally, we’re soppressata girls, but prosciutto, brasciole, and capicola are also options. Not a meat eater? That’s… READ MORE »


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California just legalized gay marriage, but they might need to explicitly legalize gay slogan t-shirts too. Lapriss Gilbert, 31, was booted from the Social Security office in Van Nuys by a security guard who claimed he wasn’t allowed to let her in the government building because of her “Lesbian.com” t-shirt. Gilbert, who was simply there… READ MORE »


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I must admit, I find off-the-shoulder tops a little tricky, as you have to make the choice — bra or no bra? I can safely go with no bra, because I don’t have much in the jumblies department, but larger busted girls either have to go the strapless route (HATE) or embrace having the straps… READ MORE »


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You know, pocket T’s have really been kind of out of style for a while now, and I am not sure why. That pocket totally serves a useful purpose, like storing cash when you don’t want to bring your wallet to buy lunch. Anyway, this shirt from Urban Outfitters is super cute and also comes… READ MORE »


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I am amazed by the rise of the slogan t-shirt. You know, “Everybody Loves An Italian Girl”, “Barack ‘N’ Roll”, “More Cowbell”, “What Would Jesus Do”…I blame Urban Outfitters. But anyway, the most annoying aspect of this clothing phenomenon is that it’s given people the false impression that it’s okay to wear their stupidity, sexist… READ MORE »


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The Gap has joined forces with the venerable Whitney Museum to design a line of t-shirts celebrating the Whitney Biennial. The t-shirt above is not from that collection — it’s from Uniqlo, a Japanese chain that’s similar to The Gap. See, the Gap t-shirts are retailing for $28, but Uniqlo’s line of T’s with influential… READ MORE »


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I love to wear t-shirts, but often don’t feel like they’re work appropriate, even though all of five people work in The Frisky’s offices, so it’s not like going to work everyday is a full-on fashion show. That said, I like to pretend it is, but I would also like to be comfortable. Rose La… READ MORE »


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So, CNN loves their wacky headlines so much, they’ve made it so you can order them as t-shirts! For example, if you, say, love the headline, “Weird fish leave sea, spawn on beach”, you can just click the little t-shirt icon next to it on CNN.com, and order it as a t-shirt! While putzing around… READ MORE »


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Wear your love (for him, her, yourself), no speaking necessary. … READ MORE »


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So, what do you think of this t-shirt? Kind of hard to read right? Made by writer, journalist, and feminist activist Jennifer Baumgardner (author of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism And The Future), the shirt reads, in small print, “I Was Raped” on a small placecard inside an image of a safe. A follow-up to a… READ MORE »


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The Frisky has teamed up with Thrillist, the daily men’s lifestyle and city guide, to bring you a weekly list of things for the guys in your life. Here’s the inaugural “Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Don’t Suck”.

Gear: The Affair
Aside from a single outlier (“Muslim Jesus”), these limited-to-200 tees and hoodies… READ MORE »


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Tom Cruise playing Jerry Maguire did not have us at “hello,” and neither did our last string of dates. [$50 at Rumplo] … READ MORE »


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It’s better to spread love than to keep it all to yourself, right? So when you buy this cute shirt from Ambriel Floyd, you can feel good that $5 from the sale of each shirt gets donated to UNICEF. [Ambriel Floyd] … READ MORE »


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