Has Kylie Jenner sparked an obscene T-shirt trend among Asia’s children? No, but they’re definitely rivaling her when it comes to offensive style choices.
Recently, many people have noticed Chinese kids as young as 8 rocking slogan tees emblazoned with profane phrases, such as “F*ck You, Pay Me," “Too Drunk to F*ck,” and “I am a Whore.” Normally, we’d blame the parents for allowing such an atrocity, but it turns out they have no idea what the T-shirts say. Because they don’t read English.
According to the Shanghaiist, these vulgar and incredibly disturbing items have been sold at a mall in Luoyang, Henan. But the nature of the slogans didn’t come to light until someone posted pictures of them on the Internet. Even the sales associate had no clue what the T-shirts read.
As the Mirror points out, these pieces could very well be a violation of China's Consumer Protection law, which says consumers are “entitled to be treated with dignity.” Under the protection of the law, shoppers are also permitted to return a product if they feature vulgar or offensive words.
You can take a look at some of these tees below. Just be prepared to feel uncomfortable.