Go over Bintang! New Centrelink singlet with & # 39; living the dream & # 39; tagline is taking markets in Bali by storm
- The singlets have the logo of the welfare service together with the ironic slogan
- The popularity of the garment has threatened the classic & # 39; Bintang & # 39; singlet
- A photo of a singlet with the Centrelink logo was shared with Reddit
- Comments said the logo was popular and featured on other items of clothing
Singlets with the Centrelink brand name have stalls and markets in Bali taken by the storm – popular with Australian tourists.
The singlets have the logo of the welfare department and the ironic slogan & # 39; living the dream & # 39; underneath.
The popularity of the garment has threatened to surpass the classic & # 39; Bintang & # 39; singlet as the indispensable Bali accessory for tourists.
Singlets with the brand name Centrelink (photo) have stalls and markets occupied by the storm in Bali – popular with Australian tourists
Commenters shared their own experience of confused customers who wore the garment with the Centrelink logo
A photo of the singlet for sale was posted on Reddit on Tuesday.
& # 39; My cousin found this on Bali & # 39 ;, the post was entitled.
Commenters shared their own experience of confused customers who wore the garment with the Centrelink logo.
& # 39; Walked by a boy in Thailand who was wearing this and complimented him on it. Turns out he was British, had no idea what it meant, and looked at me like I was in trouble, & a person said.
Some said they had seen the design on other items of clothing
& # 39; I wonder what would force a foreigner to buy this if they don't know what the slogan could mean? & # 39; another asked.
Some said they had seen the design on other items of clothing.
& # 39; You can find this design anywhere in the markets & # 39 ;, said a commentator.
& # 39; And just when you thought nothing would surpass the Bintang classic, & # 39; another said.
Some Reddit users wondered why someone would buy the shirt if they were unaware of the irony of the slogan