The internet is littered with hilarious gaffers that you might have missed.
Here are some of our favourites, with some of the most hilarious examples on the internet.1.
The ‘Dirty Bird’ shirtThe “Dirty Birds” shirt is still one of the biggest gaffer of all time.
It’s actually been around since 1993, and was first worn by singer-songwriter Michael Jackson.
It had a massive following of the 90s, and now sells for upwards of $1,000 on eBay.
We’ll be honest though, you might be surprised to learn that the shirt is actually a parody of the famous song “Bad Moon Rising”.
It’s a bit of a misfire for the record industry, as the lyrics were written by Jackson himself.2.
The “Mountain Dew” shirtThe slogan of this shirt was a parody on “Mildred Pierce’s Mountain Dew”.
It was a reference to Pierce’s infamous line about “The Mountain Dew will be the drink of choice in the new world”.3.
The “‘Karate Kid” shirtMany people still wear the “Karate Kitten” shirt, even though it’s a parody.
The original shirt is based on a famous Japanese comic strip.
It features a karate-themed bunny, who has to dodge punches from a giant spider.4.
The $10,000 “Fingerprints” shirtAnother popular gaffe from the 90’s, the $10 000 “Fingers” shirt featured the tagline “Fits all sizes”.
It became so popular, that it was sold out in a matter of hours.5.
The “$1 million” shirtIn the 90´s, this shirt came out with the slogan “If you don’t like it, don’t buy it”.
That’s what it was intended to do.
It was designed to get people to buy products with the phrase “If they don’t sell you one, you’ll never buy one”.
It wasn’t always so successful, as sales of the shirt dipped in the early 2000s.6.
The “”Fancy Dress” shirtThis was a great gaffe for people to make, as it featured a model dressed as a fancy dress.
It has the slogan, “Fancy dress or not, you can wear it”, and it was created by designer David J. Gans.7.
The $5,000″ shirt”Tuck it in” is a popular gag in the 90′s, as when someone says something like, “Tuck in your $5,500 dress”.8.
The €3,000 shirtThe €3 000 shirt is a classic gag, as you might remember.
It used to come out with “Tink, Tink, Tun”, which was a joke about a dog that was very popular with children.
This was a common gag for teenagers, and a few kids even wore it as a Halloween costume.9.
The ”Fishing” shirtOne of the earliest known gaffs of the decade, the shirt featured a fishing pole with the words, “We catch fish in the lake”.
This joke has been repeated by several artists over the years, and is still widely seen.10.
The “#2” shirtWhile the “2” has become the “most iconic” shirt in history, it’s not as widely known as its iconic sibling the “5”.
This is partly due to the fact that the phrase was originally used by actor John Belushi to mock his wife, Gilda Radner.11.
The #6 shirtWhile not as well known as the other shirts, the “#6” shirt has been worn by athletes for years.
In 2014, tennis player Maria Sharapova wore the shirt to a game against Japan, as she was celebrating her 100th Grand Slam title.12.
The £500,000 ($6.5 million) shirtThis shirt came from a promotional campaign for the movie, “The Dark Knight”.
It has two “2s”, one for each of the films in the series.
One has a star on the back, while the other has a white star on top.