Then she looked at me and said, "I don't want to catch you wearing my things ever again."
He goes on to say:
> Donating all salary? Money isn’t a issue, if you are a broke NBA player, that’s your own fault. No such amount of money is enough, and why is it an NBA player's responsibility to commit funds?
> Kyrie is stating that at this exact moment, the world is watching and we are forcing them to listen. Kap gave up everything to try and fight, Maya Moore continues to fight, but because the NBA is a leader in fan engagement, we should just return to work.
> The weird part about this is there's no clear cut path to justice, this formula has been tried and tested numerous times, mainly because the system was never made with us in mind. There will be decisions that will need to be made. NOBODY took a knee in the NBA for Kap...
> The system wants everyone to just fall in line no questions asked. Even think of all the companies that “pledged” or have given money, that have already established themselves after already profiting off of black culture. it’s like givin... keep reading on reddit ➡
I find too many good shirts are ruined by overly obvious or unnecessary text. Say for example i see a pretty cool star wars shirt with darth vader on it. The pic is cool and i like the style, but in huge letters at the top it says “DARTH VADER”. That shit is lame as hell. Now its different if text is part of the logo like NASA or DOOM but like, so many things would just be better as a logo or picture on its own. Edit: would anyone here buy a t shirt that just said “LOGO” on it?
Wash your hands and wear a damn mask.
Edit for clarity: This was supposed to be a humorous take on a post from the front page. I wear my Dusty shirts in public on the reg.
_Edit for public apology: Once again, yes, this is inspired by this post as some users have aggressively noted. You make Reddit and this completely rational sub a better place. I apologize for being a no good di... keep reading on reddit ➡
Skip Bayless telling him to "shut up and play" back in 2003.
"I believe that us going to war would be a mistake. Being a humanitarian, I think that war is wrong in 99.9 percent of all cases. I think it has much more to do with oil or some sort of distraction, because I don't feel as though we should be worrying about Iraq."
Nash's comments provoked a fierce reaction in the media, particularly by journalists outraged that a professional athlete had the temerity to express an political opinion. ESPN gadfly Skip Bayless, then of the San Jose Mercury News, told Nash to "shut up and play" and reminded readers that basketball players "are paid money because they serve as an escape." Dave Krieger of the Rocky Mountain News, meanwhile, said that athletes "seldom know what they're talking about."
I'm 17 and all my life my mom's chosen my clothing bc my style is "not in fashion" even tho it just consists of high waisted jeans, sweatshirts and oversized T shirts. My mom bought me this oversized pink Minnie Mouse shirt and told me I will be wearing it for my senior pictures bc it's "cute". I told her I will be buying my own clothes and she got pissed and said I was being disrespectful. I wasn't even trying to be rude, I just didn't wanna wear the shirt.
AITA for not wanting to wear the Minnie Mouse shirt?
This is kinda a joke, but I like shirts so.. send me those colleges
Edit: this is actually not a joke. Give me the names of those schools. I. Like. Shirts.
Like the title says - I want me a boogaloo shirt.
Does news like this scare you away from SBUX with such a big movement happening?
EDIT: https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/starbucks-changes-policy-to-allow-black-lives-matter-t-shirts STARBUCKS NOW CHANGES POLICY THIS MORNING TO ALLOW BLM T SHIRTS AND PINS
Jesus christ I have to change this so much because of people twisting my opinion and jumping to conclusions. I am not a pedo, and I don't see kids as sexual in any way, that is deeply disturbing. I am just saying that normally 'sexual' views in society apply here.
Before you comment 'not unpopular' (stop doing that, there are already 100 comments saying that) read the post, and let me word this differently. The new title is You can be uncomfortable around sexualized kids and not be a pedophile'
I get uncomfortable when a 10 year old girl wears 'hot' clothes. These things are sexual. I'm not a pedophile, but just because they're a kid, doesn't mean they can't be considered from a sexual aspect.
The title is an exaggeration, let me clarify.
I don't think kids under 13 should be wearing bikinis or revealing or 'hot' clothes. It isn't cute, it's sexual, and I'm not the creep for pointing that out.
Yet you see people get reported and people getting called 'pervs' for being uncomfortabl... keep reading on reddit ➡
So today I was out running errands and decided to nerd out and wear my Boros shirt. It looks like this.
I was shopping for food and I noticed I was getting some weird looks. I didn't think anything of it, maybe they were in a bad mood? Trying times and what-not. So I just carried on.
Eventually, a woman of color approached me and asked me how I was. I told her the standard "Oh you know. How are you?" She then asked me why I would wear a shirt like that.
I was definitely confused. At first I was thinking "Maybe she's a Simic player or something," but she seemed really concerned. I then looked at my shirt and it hit me. My face turns bright red and I start to explain it was a trading card thing and it is not intended to be offensive in any way.
Turns out a white man wearing a shirt with a white fist on it doesn't look very good and I feel so embarrassed I didn't think about it, especially with everything going on these days.
She was very underst... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have been morbidly nearly obese my entire life, I remember wearing a shirt in the pool at 8 years old. Around 10, my obesity had gotten so out of control that I developed large stretch marks across my entire body. I remember looking in the mirror at this age and being so horrified by my body and yet clueless as to how I arrived at this point, I made the decision then that I would never horrify anyone else by taking my shirt off. I turned down every pool party invite, every boating or beach outing, anything with water, I was out. And for nearly 15 years, the only water that had touched my skin was that of a shower, until today.
I have lost over 250lbs. At 18 I decided to finally do something about my weight and the life I was missing out on living. I taught myself about proper nutrition, hit the gym, and got down to 150lbs from 400lbs+. I guess because of my youth I luckily dont have tons of loose skin, but I do still have the stretch marks which have mostly faded and I found a good... keep reading on reddit ➡
I posted about a week ago about a shirt costing 94$ for shipping, while the actual shirt only costs about 15$, Here's the post. AMD then contacted me and sent me the shirt for FREE! It just arrived and I'm loving it!
Thanks, AMD! You're the best!
I don’t know how many other people do this, but pooping can be a whole event. I feel claustrophobic in a shirt— if I’m gonna get comfortable, I don’t want to be sweaty and suffocating in clothes while my pants are to my knees. At home, pooping is a naked activity. That’s all.