Monday, April 27, 2015

Would you..

let your child wear a t-shirt with words like the above? Anyone recognise the logo? A children clothes brand?

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  1. Not sure what that means... but in English it does not look good.

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  2. I know the second word, not sure of the first, but doesn't look like a good word..

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    1. 2nd word is definitely not a good word. Not sure about word 1 though.

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  3. I wonder if people know what they're wearing...like this waitress I saw at a coffee shop here - "So many men so little time"! Maybe they do but they just don't care. I know people who are like that these days - like they're quite brainless.

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    1. I guess there really are people who just don't care.

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  4. Yea, people sometimes just like the designs and ignore the message it's written on the shirt. Don't understand the words on this case, but like what the others said, don't sounds good.

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    1. There are so many words out there so I really wonder what made them choose this phrase.

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  5. don't know what does BUTI means but it doesn't sound good, and especially the second word is already such a rude one.. i guess the one who designed and the one who bought, and definitely the one who wears it, doesn't know what it means..

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    1. Why the person who designed this choose this phrase is really a mystery to me.

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  6. Never heard of such words. Something not nice??

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  7. Nope, I can't recognize the logo. I wouldn't mind if adults wear clothes with these words as this constitutes their freedom to be stupid. But not children. It doesn't seem right for children to wear racist clothes :/

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    1. I guess children just wear whatever their parents buy for them. The designer is at fault here imho.

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  8. Never heard of it, don't know what it means also...

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  9. Don't know the brand and don't know what buti means either. But adults should know better than to let their child wear something racist! The child is innocent as he probably doesn't know what he's wearing....shame on the adult who bought it!

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    1. even more shame on the adult who designed this t-shirt.

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  10. I reckon the kid's parents don't know what the word means and ignorantly let him wear the t-shirt. That's why I never wear t-shirt with language foreign to me because it is quite risky what those words mean!

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    1. You are right, we really should not wear clothes with words that we do not understand on it.

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  11. I don't know the meaning and have never heard of this brand. I have seen some people wearing T-shirts with all kinds of wordings that are not good. Probably they are just wearing it without really looking and reading the words.

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  12. Dunno what it means. The second word doesn't sound good. Ideally not have the kid wear such a Tshirt, but if parents are short of cash and the T is free, why not la.

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    1. But this is risky leh.. What if someone reads the phrase and feels so angry that they beat up the kid?

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  13. if the clothes is free/donated, and since mostly people dun understand the word, i dun see it as an issue. Wear clothes is better than not wearing any, rite?

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    1. I think many people know the 2nd word and that word is an offensive word.

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  14. I think we've to first establish what buti means. I'm not sure, but it may mean otherwise....

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    1. The 2nd word is the culprit not the 1st.

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  15. I have not heard or seen it before.. and secondly, I also don't know what it means.. :)

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    1. You do know the 2nd word, right?

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