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This Dude Showed Up To Coachella With An 'Eat Sleep Rape Repeat' T-Shirt
Someone snapped a photo of a guy at Coachella, whose shirt is a play on the phrase "Eat Sleep Rave Repeat." Except it says "rape" instead of "rave." Get it? We have not spotted the T-shirt with our own eyes to confirm that this isn't photoshopped, however, another Coachella attendee said that she spotted the same T-shirt. We could spend some time googling "rape culture," we could take a woman's studies class, but I don't think we'd be any closer to answering the question she asks: "what the actual fuck?"
This guy wins the award for worst fashion/lifestyle choices at @coachella. I'm not easy to offend, but this is shitty pic.twitter.com/fyjod24nAx— Jem Khawaja (@JemayelK) April 12, 2015
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