Hint: It doesn’t appear to be the person many are defending on social media against Urban Outfitters.
James Avery has a similar design that dates back to 2004
Here’s where things get complicated.
look i’ll spare you my tirade on how etsy is mostly shit, but this is too funny too pass up. It’s like people still getting angry over not getting reblog credits on some youtube cute cat video they did not create.
Yo, dwellin in the past, flashbacks when I was young Whoever thought that I’d have a baby girl and three sons I’m goin through this difficult stage I find it hard to believe Why my old Earth had so many seeds But she’s an old woman, and due to me I respect that I saw life for what it’s really worth and took a step back Family ain’t family no more, we used to play ball Eggs after school, eat grits cause we was poor Grab the pliers for the channel, fix the hanger on the TV Rockin each others pants to school wasn’t easy We survived winters, snotty nosed with no coats We kept it real, but the older brother still had jokes Sadly, daddy left me at the age of six I didn’t know nuttin but mommy neatly packed his shit She cried, and grandma held the family down I guess mommy wasn’t strong enough, she just went down Check it, fifteen of us in a three bedroom apartment Roaches everywhere, cousins and aunts was there Four in the bed, two at the foot, two at the head I didn’t like to sleep with Jon-Jon he peed the bed Seven o’clock, pluckin roaches out the cereal box Some shared the same spoon, watchin saturday cartoons Sugar water was our thing, every meal was no thrill In the summer, free lunch held us down like steel And there was days I had to go to Tex house with a note Stating “Gloria can I borrow some food I’m dead broke” So embarrasin I couldn’t stand to knock on they door My friends might be laughin, I spent stamps in stores Mommy where’s the toilet paper, use the newspaper Look Ms. Rose gave us a couch, she’s the neighbor Things was deep, my whole youth was sharper than cleats Two brothers with muscular dystrophy, it killed me But I remember this, mom’s would lick her finger tips To wipe the cold out my eye before school wit her spit Case worker had her runnin back to face to face I caught a case, housin tried to throw us out of our place Sometimes I look up at the stars and analyze the sky And ask myself was I meant to be here… why?