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This might be the most inappropriate shirt ever sold on Walmart's website

We'd all rather be somewhere else sometimes – but those desires are usually better kept to yourself.  Walmart's website features a slew of questionable t-shirts made by Hollywood Thread. One particularly offensive garment (which lists activities that could get you arrested on two counts) reads, "I'd Rather Be Snorting Cocaine Off Of A Hookers Ass." SEE ALSO: Banned '90s Walmart shirt is relevant again thanks to Hillary Clinton For just $19.
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