Hey ladies, picture this, you just woke up, you roll over, a guy is next to you, you reach down to the floor to put on his t-shirt ( shirt pictured above) so you can prepare breakfast (not sexist). You walk past the mirror on the bedroom door and notice what you’re wearing. What’s wrong with this story? Answer: Anyone in this t-shirt is going home alone. I don’t care how cultured you are, the only thing worse then a guy in a t-shirt from a concert , is a guy in a t-shirt from a play. The most popular television show is Glee, musicals are hot right now. That’s why I wear “Mama Mia” t-shirts and “Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” tank tops. Hamlet is so 2010 anyway, wear Death of a Salesman, it’s more fitting for today’s economic climate. It’s such a terrible way to show off, we get it, you have seen the expensive show and then bought the expensive corresponding t-shirt.  You’d think a “Romeo and Juliet” t-shirt would be more effective in a bar setting. Shakespeare is hard to understand, the only thing harder to understand,might be this kid’s thought process. It’s not about changing who you are, we love the arts too, I cry every time I watch “A Raisin In the Sun”. This is about being self-aware, you know the second you wear this shirt you’re making yourself the jester. That’s fine. Just know who you are. You never see a guy in a “MacBeth” t-shirt getting into a fist fight or a girl popping and locking while wearing a “Midsummer Night’s Dream” tee. There is a time and place for everything, if you want to be the silly guy, then go all in and turn it into a belly shirt. None of this, hipster, I can wear something this lame and if you judge me you’re mainstream stuff. We are allowed to judge you if you wear this, because you wore it to be judged. Unlike in the state of Florida, in fashion, you pay for your crimes, you’re Trashion.