"How To Piss Off A Hipster" - Smiths / Morrissey shirts

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Steve Croce

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Do you have any friends or family members who goof on you for being a Moz fan?

I get it ALL THE TIME. I always respond laughingly, but mostly find it pretty annoying.

However, they're not always malicious... This morning, my friend posted a "Smiths" t-shirt they found online. I responded with a "Morrissey" shirt I made.

See below.

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CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
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In high school I stopped wearing Morrissey tshirts because I was tired of being teased. I then kept him a secret. I owned a horse and at the stable I kept him was a very cliquey group of cowgirls I didn't associate with because i rode my horse alone on trail while they barrel raced and did organized activities. I would wear this shirt always as my trail shirt to keep my other clothes clean (except the ink was silver):

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And they all started calling me "Rank." My horse's name was Boogie, "Here comes Rank and Boogie." I'd laugh along but I think hated it deep down.
 

Playcat2000

New Member
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In high school I stopped wearing Morrissey tshirts because I was tired of being teased. I then kept him a secret. I owned a horse and at the stable I kept him was a very cliquey group of cowgirls I didn't associate with because i rode my horse alone on trail while they barrel raced and did organized activities. I would wear this shirt always as my trail shirt to keep my other clothes clean (except the ink was silver):

smit09.gif


And they all started calling me "Rank." My horse's name was Boogie, "Here comes Rank and Boogie." I'd laugh along but I think hated it deep down.

All of my friends respect my appreciation for Morrissey. However, my mother used to be my partner in crime when Morrissey started his solo career it’s all we ever talked about. She was crazy for him and went to every concert with me. He even inspired her to become a vegetarian. But in the last few years her fondness for him has started to wane and every time I bring him up she retorts with “he is saying all this stupid stuff, he should just keep his mouth shut”! And I replied with “what happened to you?” “If you love Morrissey’s music then none of that shit should matter!” Other than that, the only place I get made fun of is here.
Go figure. :rolleyes:

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In high school I stopped wearing Morrissey tshirts because I was tired of being teased. I then kept him a secret. I owned a horse and at the stable I kept him was a very cliquey group of cowgirls I didn't associate with because i rode my horse alone on trail while they barrel raced and did organized activities. I would wear this shirt always as my trail shirt to keep my other clothes clean (except the ink was silver):

smit09.gif


And they all started calling me "Rank." My horse's name was Boogie, "Here comes Rank and Boogie." I'd laugh along but I think hated it deep down.

You sure they didn’t call you “rank” because you stank?

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Do you have any friends or family members who goof on you for being a Moz fan?

I get it ALL THE TIME. I always respond laughingly, but mostly find it pretty annoying.

However, they're not always malicious... This morning, my friend posted a "Smiths" t-shirt they found online. I responded with a "Morrissey" shirt I made.

See below.

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Dude, is this you? my oh my you are so fine. :)
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
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I went to a predominantly Mexican high school and they hadn't caught on to Morrissey yet. I peeked at my yearbook to post some of the MORRISSEY SUCKS things the boys wrote and found this sweet one instead, the only girl who ever kinda got it. She was a Vietnamese girl named Hong, smart as f***, but she liked Morrissey and we'd talk about him all the time. :sweet:

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AztecCamera

Well-Known Member
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I went to a predominantly Mexican high school and they hadn't caught on to Morrissey yet. I peeked at my yearbook to post some of the MORRISSEY SUCKS things the boys wrote and found this sweet one instead, the only girl who ever kinda got it. She was a Vietnamese girl named Hong, smart as f***, but she liked Morrissey and we'd talk about him all the time. :sweet:

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Was this in LA? All Mexicans like Morrissey in LA and if they don't care for him, they never talk shit about him. Heck, when I wear my Morrissey shirts in LA, nobody f***s with me because they think I am in a Mexican street gang.
 

kissmyshadestoo

Nobody ever looks at me twice
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I would wear this shirt always as my trail shirt to keep my other clothes clean (except the ink was silver):

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I had that same t-shirt as well. I also had this one.....I used to wear it to work and I think some of the dudes that came in from other offices thought I was gay....they hated Morrissey. Screen shot 2014-01-10 at 8.46.48 AM.png
 

Playcat2000

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Was this in LA? All Mexicans like Morrissey in LA and if they don't care for him, they never talk shit about him. Heck, when I wear my Morrissey shirts in LA, nobody f***s with me because they think I am in a Mexican street gang.

Thats stupid. No one associates Morrissey with street gangs. Your lying.
 

celibate

Forever Ill
I am /was always dissapointed the common people didn't even know about or heard of The Smiths/Morrissey


I was 18 in 1983 so no school tales

'and they say he's mentall' ... handsome homeless

dropped school 1 day before my 17 birtday, I could'n get my exams even if I had 6 A's...the main last year I was skipping class and was way behind ...
 

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