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A souvenir t-shirt on sale in Kathmandu.
I was going to get one, but decided not to. Guess why.
I would have thought it was the essential T shirt for the trek to Shangri-La…
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No problem 🙂
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I’d never buy a T shirt unless I knew what every word on it meant so I’d strike out with two on this one. Appropriate for the theme though.
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Me too! Good call macmsue 😀 thanks for stopping by.
i have a souvenir t-shirt from Nepal which says “dal bhat power 24 Hour” hahahaha
Haha that’s a cute one 😊
I have the exact same one and so does my boyfriend! The embroidered ones are so lovely!
Yes, the workmanship is pretty good, and so many designs to choose from too… I finally settled with one that says Yak Yak Yak. Heh 🙂
great mantra 🙂
because it was too dark?! 😛
Haha! No, it’s actually because of the misspelling of rickshaw.
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oh.. I should have guessed 😉
Not as bad as a tattoo mis-spelt!
I can imagine what the seller felt when he saw that rickshaw was misspelled. But plucky sales guy just decided to sell it anyway. Could be a very rare t-shirt. You could have been the only person in the world with that t-shirt. 🙂
Ahhh, I thought it was supposed to shown that way. I’m wondering about that tiger balm. 😀
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