Amazon no longer selling child's T-shirt that says "Daddy's Little Slut"

Of course they are no longer selling those t-shirts, Jeffrey Epstein is dead!

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Oh man, this t-shirt would make the head of that rapper who has his daughter take ‘virginity tests’ explode.

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Could be. Especially if this is a Japanese brand, it might be a case of them just slapping something English on their clothes, because neither the designers nor most of their Japanese audience really read English or care what it says; it’s exotic and Western, and that’s enough. (Exactly analogous to people in the West getting Chinese character tattoos that spell out “Beef in Black Bean Sauce” or something.)

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From the look of those images I would suggest the t-shirts do not exist, they are print-on-demand.

ugh What are moisture pullovers?

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Speak only for yourself, please.

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These are for people who wish they had a sense of humor.

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Edited. Thank you for the callout

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Thanks.

Don’t get me wrong; this story wasn’t info that I needed or wanted, and it certainly isn’t a ‘mostly wonderful thing…’ but content that gets clicks is often required, and so here we are.

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DADDY
is a
SLUT

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“This one says ‘Sperm Dumpster.’”

Last week on vacation, my husband and I laughed out loud when we saw a sweet 70 year old asian man, tourist with a T-shirt that read:

Naughty
and
Nice

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You created an account to say that?

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Spoiler alert: it was the King of Thailand

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well of course! any normal, unassuming, libertarian edgelord would have done the same, right?

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To paraphrase the latest person disappointed in boingboing:

If you don’t like this site and you’re not a happy mutant, don’t comment.

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But what about all the fine people who engage in the nation’s incest culture? How can they show their pride now?

Please everyone stay behind the line while i clean up. :wink:
cleaning_up_after

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Civility prevented from making any allusions to particular parts of the nation.

In other words, I pretty much agree.

I’d say they just have a box full of blank shirts and a digital printer of some kind, and when an order comes in they print one shirt and send it off. There isn’t some warehouse with crates of “little slut” merch just sitting around.
The product listing would just be as you said, a bunch of random image files they’ve scraped from some other t-shirt store and used a script to paste over a couple of stock photos of kids in similar black shirts. It’s likely that many of the product shots have never been viewed by human eyes until they come up in someone’s Amazon search results. It’s not even a language issue, it’s just random noise that mimics a clothing store.

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