T-shirts Guys Should Stop Wearing

altT-Shirts with slogans says a lot about who you are, but here are a few that'll totally tag you as a loser. Beware!

1. Brand Name T-shirts

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We don't want to know whether you shop from FCUK, or UMM, or United Colors of Benetton, but if you wear a tee that yells the name right across your chest, you will find yourself being conspicuous everywhere around. Subtle marketing is fine, but shoving it down our throat while screaming at the same time is a bit too much. Be a human and stop yelling your style out.

2. Finger Flicking T-Shirts

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We're still trying to decipher the existence of this one. Why would anyone want to wear a Tee that has a big middle finger pointed skywards that denote one thing and one thing only. Also, for this heinous crime against humanity, you will be sent to the darkest depth of hell, which also happens to be Satan's bedroom. Oh, and another tee we don’t understand is the one showing a toddler flicking you off. Its existence still baffles us.

3. Lame Slogan T-shirts

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Weren't all these dead in the 80's? Who brought these Frankenstein-ish hellhound of tees back into life? They were better off dead, yet some people love living in the past and proclaim their spectacular sense of humour, or the sheer lack of it. There have been others like 'I Look Better Naked' and the worse of them all, 'F.B.I. Female Body Inspector'.

4. I'm With Stupid

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This was funny the first time you wore it 10 years ago. Not the second, or the third or any other time. The joke isn't funny after the first time, it just isn't. Not to forget people would be skeptical enough to come close to you, blaming it on your disheartening t-shirt, or disheartening character.

5. Mis-spelled T-Shirts

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Just like the slogan t-shirts, these are funny the first time you see them, but soon gets annoying beyond a level of ignorance. We've been here, we've seen the funny messages and posts on Facebook regarding misspelled names. Many have had a laugh, many were sued, but this is just plain boring. Give it a skip if you want to be socially acceptable, even after reaching your saturation point.

6. Alcohol T-shirts

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We admit it, these T-shirts are fun at parties. You wear them to school, college, work, or anywhere where there isn't a party happening, it drives home only one point. That you are a party animal of the bad kind who also happens to be an alcoholic with some serious issues. Club that with the unshaven stubble and fizzy hair, you totally are one. Good luck wearing this to someone's funeral; they'll bury you as well.

7. Fake Muscle T-shirt

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How to spot a Salman Khan fan amongst a horde of Aamir Khan ones? Just look for the t-shirt that has a complete print of a muscular body. It screams Sallu from a mile, and only elucidates the epitome of retardation that you actually are. And the best part? It never matches the skin tone. We've laughed till we could laugh no more, and yet we broke into barrel-rolling laughter every time we see it!

If you have any of these tees with you, we suggest you burn them and erase all the evidence.

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