:: Shirts and giggles ::
Monday, August 04, 2003
I picked up a couple of T-shirts (the ones with the wacky English) for folks while in Japan. They read as follows:
The day filled in the benefit.
The day when the heart was set to one. We
step toward a leg,
we follow marks and enter in the light
Listen to my talk. Two talks.
One is the glory
which fell. One
is the tale of
It got angry
roof in the
world was out
feel + inclined
it was love at first sight
Stood before the door repatedly ,and it knocked. how is the door of your heart opened if it carries out? Many key are fitted over a keyhole. Until a duplicate key is found. I want you to accept me. I want to turn out to be you for each other.
Posted by morland @ 02:01 PM
:: Comments ::
Look at him. He loves buying wacky Japanese shirts more than anything else in the world.
And yes, those shirts are awesome.
Posted by: nate on August 4, 2003 03:55 PM
can't i see some photos?
Posted by: the guy who lives in vail on August 4, 2003 04:07 PM
Man, I remember the good old days when cokes cost a nickel and peculiar slogans on Japanese T shirts were short and to the point. Example:
Pizza Hey! Chill
I still have that shirt.
Posted by: Jiro on August 5, 2003 10:12 AM
Did you try the P-Colon? I hear it makes for a delicious snack while traveling alone through the Orient.
Posted by: Donkey Butt on August 5, 2003 12:41 PM
Sure, make fun of the wacky Asian's English. But can we consider for a second the millions of Americans who not only wear shirts with Asian characters and have no clue how to interpret them, but worse, choose to permanently write in indelible ink random characters on their bodies? For all they know, those characters could say (instead of "Peace", "Energy" or "Joy") "fuck you, you Aryan piece of shit" and yet we make fun of Asians. Hey at least Asians are technologically advanced. Chew on that, you racist.
Posted by: Karen on August 11, 2003 09:44 PM
I'm sure it's just as funny to them when we do the same thing. Somewhere in Tokyo, my doppleganger laughs heartily, as we bask in each other's mutual mocking and respect.
Posted by: morland on August 14, 2003 10:11 AM
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