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post #16 of 20
graphic tees and so on are kind of the tip of the iceberg, and the most obvious (potentially lame) route but i would say that theres tongue in cheek design and that if those garments are worn its definately "humor in style". i think you see it more in SW&D culture than traditional gear, but it shows up in more traditional menswear too.

couple things come to mind:

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post #17 of 20
Jesus, no. No.

Edited to add: I hear there's a new movie out, it's called "Die Alan Cumming, Die!"

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post #18 of 20
Also, I tried making funny t-shirts.No one bought them.

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post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by narm60 View Post

This thread title made me think: Does Humor Belong in Music?
Sup Zappa fans


cool.gif It was meant to be a nod to the Mother of Invention. He certainly managed it, but then again, a lot of people don't get his sense of humour at all.

 

I quite like some referential T's, like those ones that use the logos from fictional companies in movies, but funny slogan T's are one thing I'd never do. IMO they are the most obvious form of humour in clothes, although Alan Cumming's trousers are coming pretty damn close behind. IMO they are the most obvious form of humour in clothes, although Alan Cumming's trousers are coming pretty damn close behind.

 

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