Is it bad manners to stare at shirt messages?
Messages on shirts are becoming longer and more complex. Is it bad manners to stare when a passing look won't do?
I don't think so. If people were shirts with messages on them, they shouldn't blame you for trying to read it.
no it's not. if a person wants to wear a shirt with a message on it they should expect people to look. it's like a person that dresses really strange, don't get mad when people stare at you, you called for the attention.
No, it isn't. The message is there to be read; the person wearing it knows that.
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