Kira-kira fashion statement apa yang ingin diutarakan oleh si Bapak dengan mengenakan kaos ini? 🙂

Mungkin Mas Hedi juga mempunyai tebakannya sendiri…

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20 Responses

  1. Itu cuma salah satu design. Masih ada beberapa lagi…dan lebih serem. Pessannya cuma satu: revolusi pssi 😀

    *yg pernah mau dikasih tp menolak…ga mau menghujat hihihi*

  2. hihihi…saya suka kaos yang tulisannya rada-rada aneh.. :mrgreen:

    belom pernah liat yang tulisannya chikanista, kan? 😀 *tunggu aja tanggal mainnya* hihihihih

  3. si bapak nggak mo statement apa2!
    dia cuma mau paek baju itu donk dikarenakan baju yang laen belom di setrika!
    hehehehehehe

    WAKAKAKAKAK. Komen yang asyikkk!!! *tos*

  4. hm, sedikit angkat opini nih.. itu sepertinya kaos berdisain khusus yang dikenakan Garis Keras Jakmania deh, waktu mereka [Persija] dihukum tanding tanpa penonton [akibat ada pertandingan rusuh]. Rilis lah kaos itu. bertepatan setelahnya kasus Nurdin Halid merebak. jadi makin pas aja.

    kalo nggak salah sih gitu… ada wartawan PSSI di sini? 😉

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