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Spoilt Movie Spoiler T-Shirt: Wear It and Your Death is Guaranteed

by Lambert Varias
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…That is, if the people around you haven’t seen – or finished – any of the movies that it refers to. From The Usual Suspects, to Donnie Darko and even Citizen Kane, the Spoilt shirt design offends people from all walks of life.

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I think some of the spoilers don’t deserve to be included with the other juicy ones – Neo is the ONE? Really now. – but overall it’s an awesome collection of WTF-inducing revelations.

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The design is available at Threadless; shirts sell for $18 (USD), while the hoodie sells for $40. Or you can just be a dick and post the design on a blog, potentially ruining the referenced movies for thousands of people. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

[via Fashionably Geek]

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