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Mom buys all of PacSun store's "indecent" T-shirts
Judy Cox, of Utah, was shopping at a mall with her son when they came across PacSun T-shirts she considered to be indecent and "pornographic," the Herald Extra reports. So, she decided to buy all of them for $567 to remove them from the store.
The shirts are a part of the "Visual" line currently being sold at PacSun. Cox complained about the offensive T-shirts to the store manager, who then reported it to the district manager.
Cox says she would like to just destroy all of the shirts, but instead will let the retailer's corporate office "figure out what to do with them when I return them on day 59 of a 60-day return policy."
Guy pulls out "My Sister" sign during kiss cam
A Minnesota Gopher fan took a girl to a game for Valentine's Day, but it wasn't a date (per se). Knowing that the Kiss Cam would be out in full force that evening, he came with a plan.
The kiss cam sits on him and the woman sitting to his left for a solid 25 seconds of awkwardness. You know -- arms folded, cold shoulders, eyes straight ahead. Finally the man pulls out a folded piece of paper to let everyone know that's actually his sister and they would not be kissing.
Watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyfYodavAj8
If you could bring back any fad, what would it be?
A Reddit user asked if you could make any previous fad "cool" again, what would it be? At the top of the list was block parties, followed by rollerblades, arcades, pants zipped into shorts, sweatshirts tied around the waist (so convenient), Tomagotchis and slap bracelets (the ice breaker for middle school girls).
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