‘What’s the story behind your t-shirt?’: summer project (on Facebook)

When summer is in the city, many people wear t-shirts. They express themselves, not only on walls and canvases, but also in what they wear. The other day, I came across a young man with a shirt that said ‘PUGS, NOT DRUGS’. It looked so funny on him that I felt sorry I had not stopped to ask him about it. That’s when I got this idea.

So from now on, and as long as the weather is good enough, every time I see a person with an interesting shirt, I promise myself to say ‘hello’ and ask them about it. You can find the daily stories and pictures on :

— Brussels is Love’s Facebook page — (click here!)

Do not hesitate to leave a comment. Enjoy. Happy summer !

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“This t-shirt is so important to me. I got back from a long trip and my mind was full of projects. Now that I am back in Brussels, I seem to just keep on wandering. So I found this shirt I bought months ago and decided to wear it so it reminds me to stay focused.”

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9 Responses to ‘What’s the story behind your t-shirt?’: summer project (on Facebook)

  1. Forest So Green says:

    Yes, there are many interesting t shirts. It is a good idea to take photos of them 🙂 Annie

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  2. Reinhardt says:

    What a lovely idea! I think I might start asking people.

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  3. Chelsea Howard says:

    This is so true — love the idea!

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  4. I LOVE this idea! And is that you in the shirt? You’re adorable!

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  5. ps. I just ‘liked’ your page from my Listen Girlfriends fb page! Love all those pics girlfriend!🙂

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    • Hello, Girlfriend! Thank you for liking and all, so cool. Do not hesitate to comment..
      And no, it is not me, I take pictures, and mostly total strangers are the models.
      Enjoy!😉

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