The Chinese Pop Culture of Randomness

It appears to be badly translated, or some sort of prank, but Chinese Pop Culture very much values the art of random expressions, like the one below seen on a shirt sold by Zhejiang Semir Garment.

The tax mans taken all my dough,And left me in my stately home,

Lazing on a sunny afternoon.

And i cant sail my yacht,Hes taken everything Ive got, All Ive gots

this sunny afternoon.

Save me, save me, save me from this squeeze.

I got a big fat mama trying to break me.

Of course I am now in the possession of this lovely t-shirt (in black, though), it cost me 69 元 Yuen and it was worth every 块 Kuai (lump).

For more information on Semir and their newly billionair owner, read forbes.

Semir Garment

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