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21 Sleazy & Profane Slogans T-Shirts From The 70’s

The slogan t-shirt  has been very important to pop culture and most subcultures around the world. All sorts of people have used this piece of cotton fabric to get their message out about all sort of things, from politics, to sexuality, togang affiliation, to su culture affiliation, to music, to just profane humour. In the 70’s, t-shirts ruled the day and became a part of our everyday lives. Not all of the slogans were PG – some of them were rated R or XXX! Check these sleazy fucking tees whose words were meant to make you say, what the fuck am I reading?

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