Someone Bought This: A shirt fit for any beefcake in San Fransisco

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WWF Brutus The Barber Beefcake 1987 shirt

It’s a shirt featuring Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake carrying a gigantic pair of novelty scissors while wearing his Chippendales Dancer bowtie and pink zebra striped tights.

If you wear this shirt it will defiantly get people talking about you, but probably not for the reasons you want…

Gay Popeye

“I getsk my hair cut by Brutus all the time! He has such a gentle, loving touch! UG-GUG-GUG-GUG! I’d look good in this shirt! Look at how big and stiff his Barber Pole is…”

GET OUTTA HERE, GAY POPEYE!

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4 Responses to "Someone Bought This: A shirt fit for any beefcake in San Fransisco"
  1. John C says:

    “Hi, I’m Brutus and I’ll be your barber for the day. I hope you’ve been paying attention to the way I’ve been gently stroking the tip of my big scissors. Thank you for noticing my huge barber’s pole standing erect next to me. I hope that my staring at you doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable, because this is the look I give to someone to let them know that I’ve watched them be naked…a lot.”

  2. Sgt. Tubs says:

    Whereabouts would San ‘Fransisco’ be located??

  3. AK says:

    From what I can tell, it doesn’t say Brutus anywhere on the t-shirt. (Maybe the back?)
    To the untrained eye or non wrestling enthusiast, it looks like a shirt with some shirtless dude with a bow tie and big shears named Beefcake (the Barber). So yeah, he could pass as a Chippendale Dancer..a rejected Chippendale Dancer. No wonder Gay Popeye took such a shining to him.

    Also like how they gave him grey/white hair. That’s some good foreshadowing by about 15 years.

  4. Mav says:

    I owned this shirt.

    I wore the heck out of it in the 6th grade.

    Which possibly foreshadowed my fall down the card of popularity in junior high.

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