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Contrary to popular belief
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Clothing, partially concealed, printed with single-line phrases
which begin intriguingly and disappear somewhere invisible to
the onlooker before the sentence finishes. Jokes, factoids
and extremely short stories. For instance, a shirt printed
with a sentence such as "47% of all Peruvians are
of...", where the ending of the sentence is concealed by a
jacket, or a different kind of interesting tights.
Koan version is outerwear.
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||I'd bun this, but my doctor said
||A perfect reason to explore the unders. +
||This already exists. In a form. And it is *infuriating*.
||You know how you go to a fast casual restaurant and they
have fun facts or pithy phrases printed on the wax paper
liner for your burrito, and you go to read a particularly
interesting looking one only to discover that the beginning
or worse, the endis cut off by the edge of the sheet? Or
when someone is wearing an apron decorated with
drawings of various spices with the stylized name wrapped
around it in an ophidian fashion, and you want to figure out
what spice exactly looks sort of like mutated wheat with
five dots underneath and starts with car or maybe it's
cam, or is that c actually an o, but that doesn't make
sense, but it's written on the edge of the chest area and
you don't want to seem like a creeper by staring while you
try to figure it out?
||n somebody else presumes to finish your
||I got called out as a creep for trying to read some girl's t-shirt. Thing is, I was actually trying to read the t-shirt (that time). Try explaining that to somebody.
||quick as a a flash the scalpel
||What is 1001, and how does it end fashion?
||+ I like it but I think there should be removable
||So it's exquisite corpse in fabric?