I am a US citizen working in Monrovia on HIV/AIDS, specifically, and, more generally, on systems analysis in the public health sector. My interests in Liberia include local politics, plantains, legal reform, regional travel, the supply chains for local produce, and Star Radio news sessions.
Powderpuff 2005 - This was a drive-by siting. Personally ironic, because I believe I was playing powderpuff in 2005
Soccer Mom - An aquaintence was wearing this shirt. He is a young male (early twenties) who sells egg sandwiches around the corner from the Ministry of Health.
"Don't Fight Ladies, There's enough of me to go around" - worn by a teenage boy, of whom there would not be enough to go around even if he was old enough
"4H is the Mafia" - Harsh words to be advertised by a small child (particularly considering that 4H has probably donated other tshirts somewhere down the line)
"No Bonking Before Breakfast" - Thanks to Betsy for this addition. We'll leave it's meaning for your interpretation
"I'm not having hot flashes, they're just electrical surges" - worn by a teenage boy walking down Tubman Boulevard
"I'm Too Sexy For My Shirt" - This line alone, would not make this list. However, only in Libeira (and maybe a few select other settings) would this shirt be donned by a mid-twenties male who actually IS too sexy for his shirt...
"What's a Girl Like Me Doing in a Place Like This" - Credit goes to Gwen, who spotted this Tshirt on a teenage girl at a Pentecostal revival (huge church function) in Kakata (Bong County)
"60 Isn't old if you're a tree" - Worn by a small boy, probably age six. The first of many entries regarding Tshirts that don't quite suit their owners (or at least wear-ers).
'Moosehead Lake" - A little known vacation spot in the almost-hinterland of Maine. Not what you expect to see on Broad Street n Liberia's Capital
"Vote for Pedro" - Really? Still? What do we say, Soxs Fans?