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TopMan Tshirts - removed from stores.

Discussion in 'Chill Out Forum:' started by ARRIVALS, Oct 10, 2011.


    ARRIVALS Well-Known Member

    TopMan has had to remove a range of printed tshirts featuring slogans that, to some, are too offensive.

    For me, I've seen worse - a lot worse. I've got to think that it's only because it's a national chain like TopMan that they're being removed. Any other local tshirt shop wouldn't hesitate to keep these on their shelves.

    What was Topman thinking with these T-shirts? | Life and style | The Guardian

    What do you think?
  2. spottypenguin

    spottypenguin Active Member

    I wouldn't personally wear them but I don;t find them offensive. As you say political correctness gone crazy simply because it's a larger store. I have seen far worse on tshirts.
  3. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    When I was an angst-ridden teenager that hated the world I used to have a t-shirt that said 'WANKERS' in huge lettering like Walkers crisps.

    They didn't like that one much at college!

    I don't see anything wrong with these to be honest.

    Frankly I think t-shirts like these are important. They help you identify the blokes who are most likely to glass you in the face at the end of a night out.
  4. bigdave

    bigdave Moderator Staff Member

    TBH, I can see why the 'you provoked me' has been pulled but the other one is ok.

    It's always seems to be women of a certain age that complain about this sort of thing. Usually just after they've finished calling into the Wright Stuff and just before Loose Women starts...

    Like Paul, I had t-shirts in my youth that would probably cause these PC fanatics to choke to death on their M&S cucumber sandwiches, and nobody minded back then so why should a tshirt with a bit of light hearted humour cause offence? bloody silly!..
  5. richimgd

    richimgd Member

    I think Twitter is partly to blame for this as it makes it incredibly easy to complain about something, which can be a good thing if it is for a good cause (not in this case, its only a tshirt ffs!).
  6. garlex

    garlex Member

    Oh Dear!

    Sounds like the Nanny State is alive and well.

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