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Would you wear a t-shirt that said "F--k You" on it?

Yosyp 2012/06/12 15:39:09
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Saw someone at the mall with a shirt like that but the word was spelled out in English. I thought it was inappropriate , what say you?
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  • sglmom 2012/06/15 02:04:37
    I would not wear such a shirt
    sglmom
    +6
    Worse than inappropriate ..
    this shouldn't be worn out in public at all ..
    Which parent wants to try to explain to the toddler or little one ..
    what EXACTLY that means (in an age appropriate manner)
    when they see this on some irresponsible adult?

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  • **Starz... Treasur... 2012/06/12 17:02:52
    **StarzAbove**
    +2
    I agree. Even the young gals I know wouldn't wear them. Their Mom's wouldn't let them. lol I don't like any kind of printing on my shirts. Just not my style.
  • Treasur... **Starz... 2012/06/12 17:07:18
    Treasure ♥ijm♥
    +3
    Same here! The only girls that I can see wearing them would be the rough type of girls that could care less.....not my style but to each their own.
  • **Starz... Treasur... 2012/06/12 17:08:11
    **StarzAbove**
    +3
    Or maybe in a gang.
  • Ron 2012/06/12 16:14:06
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/06/12 16:07:57
    I would not wear such a shirt
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +4
    Nope, I have too much respect for myself
  • Wilde~MoonChild ™ 2012/06/12 16:07:08
    I would wear such a shirt
    Wilde~MoonChild ™
    +2
    I would... I happen to collect shirts like that altho I don't have a shirt with an implied curse on it!
  • Mrkando 2012/06/12 15:46:38
    I would not wear such a shirt
    Mrkando
    +6
    My feeling is that what you have on your shirt directly reflects you intelligence, or lack there of. This would not bode well for anyone.
  • Ron Mrkando 2012/06/12 16:17:38
    Ron
    +2
    I score high on intelligence tests, far above the average. The use of the "F" word has nothing to do with intelligence, the fact that you think it does may say something about yours.
  • Mrkando Ron 2012/06/12 22:51:47
    Mrkando
    +4
    So displaying "F You" for all to see seems like an intelligent thing for you to do. Hmmm. Does that mean you feel that way towards everyone you meet?
    In what context do you find this unacceptable or is there any?
  • Ron Mrkando 2012/06/12 23:10:30
    Ron
    I would find it unacceptable in school (high school and below), places where you are going to be around a lot of children, in a church (but that's not a problem for me since I'm an atheist), and a place where I was employed (but even that might have exceptions, ie. a new construction site). As far as I'm concerned wearing something that says that should be taken as a joke, not as a personal statement. Getting upset about it says more about the person who gets upset than it does about the person wearing it. By the time most kids have gotten out of grade school they have heard the word from at least a few of their classmates and have heard adults use it, sometimes frequently.
  • Mrkando Ron 2012/06/12 23:17:03
    Mrkando
    +4
    But would you not agree that it is offensive, joke or not? When you go in public with this on your shirt it is like saying this to everyone you meet. Now most will not find it a joke and if they do then they would not be above ding the same thing. My choice of reflecting intelligence perhaps was over stated but I do think it offensive unless you are with friends that get it.
  • Ron Mrkando 2012/06/12 23:19:55
    Ron
    I've spent most of my life not caring what strangers think, if they are so uptight they take offense to it then I probably don't want to know them anyway. If they are so uptight they want to start a fight over it... good luck with that.
  • Mrkando Ron 2012/06/12 23:57:40
    Mrkando
    +4
    Well since we need to be politically correct here let me say this. I got over being offended by almost anything someone else does when I was considerably younger than you. If I were to see someone wearing this on their shirt I would not be offended by it but it would give me an impression that this person could care less about who he/she might offend and in fact goes a bit above that. I would consider them quite self centered and as such would think less of them.

    Regardless of what some may think, no matter what we do or say, we tend to leave an impression. It may be a good one or it may be a bad one. This is not the kind of impression I would ever want to give.

    Of course everyone has a right to do what ever they choose as long as it does no harm. Would I find it offensive...yes....would I be offended by it....NO but I also would think less of that person because of it. Now in a private setting...with friends of like mind...no problem.
  • Ron Mrkando 2012/06/13 00:28:12
    Ron
    Part of not caring what strangers think includes not caring what offends them. The only thing that offends me is when people assault me with their morality or their religion (by assault I mean confronting me directly, I could care less what they have on their bumper, shirt, hat, etc.). I don't form my impressions of people by one word on a t-shirt, I form my impressions by actually speaking to them. I don't quite see how you can say that you find something offensive but not be offended by that same thing. If you find it inappropriate, that's a different thing and it's a personal choice. I'm not that discriminating, which is also a personal choice.
  • Foxylady Mrkando 2012/06/12 16:20:12
    Foxylady
    Awww I'm sorry sweetie but, I would have to disagree on this one ;)
  • Mrkando Foxylady 2012/06/12 22:53:38
    Mrkando
    +3
    Now this surprises me. As with my question to Ron. In what context would you find "F You" on your shirt unacceptable?
  • Foxylady Mrkando 2012/06/12 23:18:14
    Foxylady
    They are just words put on a T-shirt and most of them are usually funny.. As for that fake wanna be down there.. What a joke lol
  • **Starz... Mrkando 2012/06/12 16:36:49
    **StarzAbove**
    +4
    I agree 100%. A lack of maturity as well.
  • Mrkando **Starz... 2012/06/12 22:54:59
    Mrkando
    +4
    Thank you Starz. I do believe you worded it better than I however.
  • **Starz... Mrkando 2012/06/12 23:03:11
    **StarzAbove**
    +3
    Thanks, but your reply was right on target.
  • Treasur... Mrkando 2012/06/12 17:06:02
    Treasure ♥ijm♥
    +4
    I agree with you my friend. I would be embarrassed to wear a shirt like that but that is just me..... one has to have some self respect, I think. :)
  • Mrkando Treasur... 2012/06/12 22:59:33
    Mrkando
    +4
    Thank you. I would indeed be embarrassed also. I would never say that to anyone so can't imagine why anyone would want to display that for everyone to see.
  • **Starz... Mrkando 2012/06/12 23:03:46
    **StarzAbove**
    +3
    Same with me. Those words aren't in my vocabulary.
  • Sissy Treasur... 2012/06/14 12:09:11
    Sissy
    +2
    I would also be "embarrassed" to be seen with anyone wearing such a shirt.
  • Treasur... Sissy 2012/06/14 16:04:29
    Treasure ♥ijm♥
    +1
    So would I my friend! So would I!!!!! :)
  • **StarzAbove** 2012/06/12 15:42:24 (edited)
    I would not wear such a shirt
    **StarzAbove**
    +4
    No I would not. And none of my family would wear such trash.
  • Rusty Shackleford 2012/06/12 15:40:25
    I would not wear such a shirt
    Rusty Shackleford
    +3
    That shirt is for children.
  • Yosyp Rusty S... 2012/06/12 15:42:58
    Yosyp
    +1
    this person was probably 16
  • Sissy Rusty S... 2012/06/14 12:10:18
    Sissy
    +2
    GULP...what "children"? I sure as the dickens wouldn't want to be seen with any of mine wearing it.
  • **Starz... Rusty S... 2012/06/14 21:55:04
    **StarzAbove**
    +2
    Not my kids.

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