David and Goliath immediately released this T-shirt, with the following frustrated fuck-you blurb:
[Description: “Girls Fitted Tee” with a frowning cartoon women and the slogan “Miss Bitch”. On the order form is the text “Special 10% OFF code for all our friends @ http://www.feministing.com! Just enter the discount code NOMEANSNO. GIRL POWER!]
But was the “No means No: well maybe if I’m drunk” the worst T-shirt at the store? Not by a long shot. Most of it is just puerile mewling by twerpmuffins infatuated with Hustler, Bill & Ted, and Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs, who wouldn’t know the meaning of “irony” if Alanis herself handed it to them on a parodynium platter with a long tall glass of Blue Satire & tonic on the side.
But one stood out to me as being made of sheer, unadulterated nasty. Ain’t nothing wannabe-zany about this, fellas.
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[description: man wearing a yellow tee with a retro picture of a doll. Red arrows are pointing to chest, genitals, and arse, and the slogan “Show me on the doll where he touched you”.]
No more words. This one stands alone, a memento to the yawning absence of humanity amongst those who revel in re-victimisation as sport.
ETA: Just an addit that Todd Goldman the jerkfaced “artist” of D&G has a long, long history of plagiarism from multiple sources. Wonder if he stole this one from somewhere else too?
(And a second addit: turns out the “Teehee! Toddler rape!” theme is, well, a theme. See comment 2.)