I had this printed on a women’s long sleeve vneck (with discharge ink high on the shoulder) back in the day when I was hustling shirts out of my trunk. It was specifically designed for women after learning guys aren’t interested in buying cool shirts, or at least in middle Tennessee they weren’t.
That whole selling women’s design shirts was a surreal eye opening experience.
I had always been reserved and quiet, not too slick when it came to dealing with women, but once I started selling shirts at craft shows, I had to deal with them with my salesman face.
I ain’t no rock star or nothing, so I’ve NEVER had any girl come up to me interested in speaking with me, but the artist/salesman dynamic changed everything.
I can only imagine what musicians must go through once they get a small following. It’s just weird to go from a guy admiring pretty girls from afar to a guy being handed money and being of center interest, for what? Making girl t-shirts.
So, hey, young buck, design girly shirts and go start selling shirts… ;)