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Monday, December 29, 2003

Shepherd's Bush and Arsenal Boxer Shorts - don't exist

No racy tube boxer shorts, but some very nice T Shirts

So Ian, you bad, bad man - those
boxer shorts you told me that the London Transport Museum shop were selling with Shepherd's Bush in the front and Arsenal on the back, don't exist. I knew it was too good to be true. However I discovered some brilliant T Shirts in the shop today which would be more at home in a little concession shop in G-A-Y at The Astoria on Tottenham Court Road than in the transport museum's shop.

Firstly, nestled next to the Angel T shirts were some Cruising ones. Now Cruising I suppose does have something to do with London Transport. I thought of buses cruising. Do buses cruise or do they idle? Possibly. We'll give them that.

Cruising T shirts at London Transport Museum Shop

However, with the next T shirts along, the links to London Transport were even more tenuous:

Hello Sailor T shirts at London Transport Museum Shop

Hello Sailor? Ah come on. They are seriously having a laugh here. At a push you could say they were connected with London Transport's river boats, but I really think this is more than a large nod to the gay market.

Good on them, though, they were loads nicer than the self referential dull Trainspotter ones.

Ere luv - I've got some very nice Mind the Gap T shirts round the back if you want them. Mind the Gap, luv, very trendy, loads of people bought them this year. Kate Moss is very partial to them. I can do you a deal for a T shirt and a pair of boxers and a thong - perfick for the New Year.

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