Photo courtesy of Tyler J. Fry.
Found in Tokyo, Japan.
You might want to quote the shirt under the photo. It’s kind of hard to read.
Is that what they’re calling herpes nowadays?
Sometimes your life sucks more than you do.
Blower’s Cramp got ya down?
I wonder what the blues brothers did…
Wasn’t that the theme song to Brokeback Mountain?
I guess that it happens to everyone. We grow depressed and jaded after so much of it.
Actually, that’s the title of a much-bootlegged song (and an unreleased documentary) by the Rolling Stones. Seriously.
She must have gotten rejected by that man over there.
Could be the terminal stage for blue balls, though…
Actually, it is a name of novel by Ryu Murakami.
Does anybody know that trhis is the title of Jean-Luc Godard’s movie about The Rolling Stones?This gut is actually pretty cool. In any Ranguage
Does this shirt come in Cocksucker Blue?
Of course cocksuckers would get the blues, being DOWN so often……
it’s the name of the unreleased Rolling Stones tour film for Exile On Main Street (one of the greatest albums ever). however still a terrible, terrible thing to have on a shirt.
Actually “Cocksucker Blues” is the title of an unreleased Rolling Stones documentary
Fitting name for it since the Rolling stones blow…
i guess she’s feeling a little down in the mouth
Unbelievable… Seriously, are Japanese T Shirt designers and their clients on acid 24/7, or are they really that ignorant???
HEY!!!! that’s the title of an unreleased Rolling Stones documentary! within the first 15 minutes you see mick jagger jacking off. i want that shirt…
i want one too. i feel blue all the time
the stones gave decca records that unreleasable track to fulfill contractual obligations.
Yeah, this one isn’t even a misspelling. Cocksucker Blues was a Rolling Stones song that was made because the Stones hated their record label at the time and were still entitled to make one more single before their contract with the label expired.
Seeing an opportunity to give a big honking middle finger to the label, they wrote that song as a single that wouldn’t be playable for radio.
i strongly disagree with this one — all the gays i’ve met always have smile on their face — and something else.
You won’t hear Alan Jackson sing about these blues.
Been there. Bummer.
@Aaron: Why wouldn’t Alan Jackson sing about them blues?
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