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Mum accidentally buys hilariously rude t-shirt for daughter

LONDON — Buying clothes for family members is something of a minefield. Not only do you have to make sure the size is right, but you've also got to be 100% certain they're actually going to like the damn thing. It's also a good idea to double-check the pattern. SEE ALSO: This Irish mum's Whatsapp group opener may be the greatest of all time At a glance, the Vivienne Westwood t-shirt (below) that 18-year-old Twitter user Katie received from her mum looks innocent enough: white with a thin gold pattern and a little logo on the front.
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