Post by The 1Watcher Experience on Dec 29, 2017 16:47:05 GMT -5
If you had no idea what it meant it just looks like someone saying no to a woman. There’s nothing wrong with that. If they got the reference they were probably a fan of the show too and they might laugh. I don’t think it’s a big deal.
Post by DZ: WF Legacy on Dec 29, 2017 17:32:24 GMT -5
If you can handle the looks and some questions, have at it. Just be aware of the impression you're setting while wearing it, as Married With Children has been out of public mind for decades, and the shirt looks REALLY questionable without knowing the satire. Can't blame people for thinking the worst. The usual suspects might find it to be #problematic, but they were too young to have seen the show anyhow.
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Post by Ultimo Gallos on Dec 29, 2017 18:14:05 GMT -5
In my area a NO MAAM shirt was cause way less issues than any of my Bad Religion shirts.
Back in 97 I got online and found out that Bob Rooney had set up a site were you could start a chapter of NO MAAM for your town. I started one for Port Arthur TX and with my membership dues got a shirt. Ended up losing it in a move.
Post by Kevin Hamilton on Dec 30, 2017 2:37:06 GMT -5
More confusion than ire probably given that the show went off the air twenty years ago and the No Ma'am thing didn't even have much pop culture saturation in its heyday. Your average person is gonna know Al Bundy, but you'd have to explain the No Ma'am thing to the vast majority of people.
That said, I own an SCLSU Mud Dogs tshirt, so I'm not gonna knock someone else's obscure pop culture wardrobe.