Hadley Freeman, a fashion columnist with The Guardian, wants you to stop wearing T-shirts with slogans and jokes on them. Quoting some of the more controversial T-shirt slogans, Freeman attempts to build a case against... well, words. Apparently, she finds the entire idea of people having a little fun by saying stupid things with their shirts deplorable. She ends her column with the demand, "So a bit less of the slogans, people, and a bit more of the shhhh."
Freeman has a lot of gall. She works for a large internet publication and her words enjoy wide circulation. What is a guy who works in a factory for 40 hours a week to do when he wants to tell the world of the glories of beer? I know, how about a T-shirt that says, "Save water, drink beer!" The freedom crushing article is not a complete waste, as it gave me an idea for a T-shirt. It's a good thing I have a direct to garment printer with which to express myself.
Do you understand now, Hadley?