Saturday, July 9, 2016

Don't Ask Me

The T-shirt was priced at 10 euros, but I think it should have been free to anyone who knew what it meant. For me, it was almost a must-have.

I asked the sales clerk if she knew what it was supposed to mean and she said she didn't because her English wasn't good enough.


27 comments:

  1. 'Men's Store League'?
    This is hilarious!!

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    1. Jim:
      I went through all words that begin with a backwards N and I still couldn't figure it out. Maybe you need to be a Dvslayer.

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  2. I think it is actually: Gascon topographic name for someone who lived by a lagoon, from a local dialect form of French lagune [lagoon'].

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    1. Heron:
      It must be the past tense of lagune, which is, as everyone knows, ElAGUE. Now it's clear.

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    1. Spo:
      So sad. I guess your English just isn't good enough.

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    2. Don't dangle your participle at me mister!

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    3. Spo:
      Oh, I wish someone would dangle their participle in my direction!

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    1. anne marie:
      Well, the LETTERS are mostly English, except for the backwards N.

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  5. I guess my English isn't good enough either.

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  6. Vampire Slayer Monster League
    That's my guess. You have such an eye for fashion.

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    1. Forgot to mention that you should note the blood dripping off the "Monster League" letters.

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    2. Wilma:
      I had some other thoughts on the meaning that I don't even want to consider! I'm so tempted to go back and see if they have my size, but I don't tend to wear T-shirts with sayings on them (anymore). Of course, this one doesn't really SAY anything, so maybe it doesn't count.

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  7. I give up.... just want to know where the pink and orange plaid shorts are that go with this....

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    1. Sharon:
      Those are all available in the less trendy shops.

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  8. We see the same type of shirt in France. I suspect they're all made in Asia, and the misspelling is a toss up between incompetence and avoiding copyright laws.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      Yep, definitely made somewhere in Asia.

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  9. I think it means someone was high at the t-shirt factory a month ago.

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  10. Maybe this is like abstract art, in that the meaning is open to interpretation LOL

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    1. Optimistic:
      I love that idea. After all, what IS art? Anyway, this got us all thinking a lot more than a normal read would have done.

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  11. I have noticed that much of the "logo' wear sold in Europe featuring universities in the United States, are fictional universities - I always expected this was done to avoid copyright, trademark and royalty issues. No idea what this one is suppose to read.

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    1. Travel:
      I agree that at times copyright might have something to do with it. But at think at other times it's simply that the person designing the T-shirt doesn't know English and is simply faking it. Sometimes with really comical results.

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  12. I do believe that the comments justify this product and now I do want one!

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    1. Ron:
      I agree. It was no longer in the window the other day! Maybe I should go in and ask.

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