Last week, while I was trying to catch up on sleep, you shared your own sleeping experiences!
Whenever I wake up in the night from a dream, I grab my phone & type notes of whatever fragments I can recall, & then go back to sleep. So I have pages of weird & often funny dream ramblings I typed when I was half-asleep. Here’s one with BiSH & OyaHolo in it.. #DreamingIdols pic.twitter.com/Go0dzagkHA
— Brian Walker (@supreme_nothing) October 13, 2018
— Necro Cheki Kinda Guy (@SalemBlack4Ever) October 13, 2018
— poteto (@poteitoku) October 12, 2018
How long has it been since we made fun of Watanabe?
I’M SORRY, I’M SORRY! Look, I know it’s overdone to hell but come on now! Dude just had a fashion show! It… well, at least Coco looked beautiful as always.
— WWD JAPAN (@wwd_jp) October 17, 2018
Anyway, now we’re on the subject of t-shirts, anyone else feel idol t-shirts are kind of hit-and-miss? Sure, a lot of you are probably happy just to have a group’s logo on a shirt and you’re good to go. Sometimes, groups will go the extra mile to create something interesting, cute, beautiful, etc. I’m quite partial to Codomomental’s shirts that look straight out of a tumblr aesthetic blog.
— ぜんぶ君のせいだ。 (@zenbukiminosei) October 17, 2018
Sometimes they go the extra mile in being as hideous as possible.
[Note: This is a family site where no kinds of Deka Tintin are allowed, apparently. Viewer discretion is advised. In place of an embedded tweet, please admire this other Deka Tintin instead.]
Sometimes, t-shirt designers just don’t even bother trying.
This week, in honor of Watanabe’s branching out into the world of fashion, why not try designing your own idol T-shirts? You can use this template I found after 0.0006 seconds of google image searching as a base, if you need to.
I don’t really know how to wrap up this post. Honestly, I’m still very tired. So, slap some nonsense on a t-shirt, tweet it with the hashtag #DesignAnIdolShirt and I’ll see you next week!