Real Men...Nice T-shirt with a positive English Slogan that encourage men to grow their beards like real men and not shave it to imitate the cheeks of kids and women. Get yours at www.ShirtsForMuslims.com See you there :)
Mercedes-Benz's slogan is "Das Beste oder nichts" (English: "The best or nothing"). Mercedes-Benz is part of the "German Big 3" luxury automakers, along with Audi and BMW, which are the three best selling luxury automakers in the world.
A Trade in Hand...Nice T-shirt with a positive English Slogan that encourage young men to learn a trade or a career to advance themselves and beat poverty. Get yours at www.ShirtsForMuslims.com See you there :)
John of Gaunt (1340 - 1399 ). The rich and powerful Plantagenet prince. His liaison with a commoner called Katherine Swynford produced four illegitimate children who were given the name Beaufort ( He married Katherine in 1396 and their children, by this time adults, were legitimised).Their son John was the Great-Great Grandfather of King Henry VIII of England.
*Bodhichitta practice, Slogan 74: Letting the world speak for itself (“Don’t Misinterpret”)* ♥When you open the door and invite in all sentient beings as your guests, you have to drop your agenda♥What was very beneficial to one person doesn’t work with the next or the next♥Coming up with a formula won’t work♥Clarity and decisiveness is required and it comes from willingness to slow down, to listen to and look at what’s happening♥ ♥--Pema Chodron
Coca Cola t shirt - Japan Logo This Coca-Cola tshirt features a Japanese ad for the famous soft drink. Shows a bottle of Coke with the Japanese version of the Coke logo on the side. Also has an English slogan which reads "Around the corner from anywhere" and a Japanese slogan underneath which I can't read! This is an olive coloured 100% cotton Japanese Coke t-shirt.
https://flic.kr/p/6aNWRC | Cadbury Fudge | Launched in 1948. In the 1980s and early 1990s Fudge was advertised with the famous slogan "A finger of fudge is just enough to give your kids a treat", conceived by singer and songwriter Mike d'Abo. Its accompanying jingle was based on the English folk song "The Lincolnshire Poacher".