What do you think of slogan tees?
I am well and truly on the fence.
I live in a country, well at least a city, where documenting your alma mater, sporting and all kinds of other allegiances, any kind of achievement, vacation destinations, social and political persuasions, children's school, hometown, favourite TV show, favourite food, basically every aspect of your life, on your chest via a t-shirt (or head via a ball cap for that matter) is a totally unremarkable and normal part of every day attire.
This is one of those subtle differences between the UK and the US, which when people ask you to explain why the two are so culturally different, you can't think of any examples, but then, when the conversation is long over and it's kind of weird to bring it all up again, you remember stuff like this.
In England, t-shirt allegiances fall into... [read more]