In Japan, T-Shirts With Reallyyyy Random English Words Are A Thing

From Twisted Sifter:

Reddit user k-popstar recently moved to Japan to teach English. Over the last few months he has been wandering into various discount stores and taking photos of shirts with random English words on them. I have to admit, that potato one is pretty sweet!

I love these! I’d totally buy some of them and wear them.

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