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Old 04-04-05, 06:29 PM   #1
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I kinda stay up on European football, yet I don't catch the reference here, but I do know it works for fixie riders.

http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...?idProduct=549

http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...?idProduct=549

I'm not affliliated w/ the company and don't expect anyone on this side of the pond to pay the brutal price for the shirts ($28.13 before shipping with current exhange rates). Thought it'd be good for a chuckle, though.

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Old 04-04-05, 07:23 PM   #2
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Available in sizes up to XXXXXL for those of you that have eaten far too many!!!
Whoah. That's big.


There's this one too -
http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...?idProduct=561
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http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...idProduct=1055

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I think this is the same place that has the Borat(ali g) shirts
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Old 04-04-05, 08:26 PM   #7
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I think this is the same place that has the Borat(ali g) shirts
http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...idProduct=1627

http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...idProduct=1458
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Old 04-04-05, 08:45 PM   #8
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ali g is a beautiful man
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that's funny - i check football365.com every day... and i've even seen that shirt! leave it to my slowass brain to not put it all together.
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in kazakstan we have a machine, it cuts wood without a man

we are told that in US and A, technology is very advanced, but now I come here and see --it's not so good, it is very primitive
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