B. Cook Photobomb T-Shirt - Where Have You Worn?
Were you at the bbq cook-off yesterday? I've seen you post about being in Shanghai, and I figure there's probably a good chance I've run into you before.
Well I haven't worn my photo bomb t-shirt in any interesting places, but I have worn my "worst state ever" all over Europe. I have had more conversations start while wearing that shirt than any other. Airports in the US have by far got the most laughs or vicious looks. I do have some photos of me wearing it in front of some famous places in Europe.
LeBron hates Ohio is my favorite shirt for traveling. People at airport bars are always interested in it and quite a few have offered to buy me a beer.
Same here. I wear my WSE shirt whenever I travel (weekly) and I always get comments in airports. My favorite is when someone says, "That's hilarious! Which state is that?"
It's amazing how many people don't know simple geography. Don't laugh if you don't get the joke, people.
at the hospital and have had more people ask me if it's Texas than I care to count. I also have gotten Iowa, which is close. It's not like I live in Oregon. I work at U of M and the shirt is Maize and Blue.
Always get a reaction for the Worst State Ever shirt.
Best was when I wore it to a Mumford and Sons stopover (day festival, essentially) in Portland last summer. Got dozens of questions/comments (including a couple exclamations of Go Blue!) and posed for a few photos.
I wore my 'Worst State Ever' shirt in S. Korea and Japan.
At least when it's chilly. The photobomb shirt has become the t-shirt I wear with my pajamas. I guess that means I've been sleeping with Brian regularly. My wife doesn't seem to mind.
Wore mine when we took the kids to the Toledo Zoo last summer...got lots of bitter beer face looks from the mouth breathers. Not too many comments since we had just beaten Ohio six months prior.
The best I can do is my "Beating the Irish is so easy a caveman could do it" t-shirt at a nightclub in Phitsanulok, Thailand.
Photo Bomb shirt works great for baptisms and quinceaneras.