I went to Primark and spotted the tackiest T-shirt I've ever seen – it's meant to be inspiring but it left me cringing | The Sun

A SHOPPER has claimed they’ve found the ‘“worst” T-shirt to ever grace Primark’s rails – and it’s thoroughly entertained everyone. 

TikTok user Jono was browsing in his local high street store when he came across the pale yellow top.

The item, which costs £6, features a large slogan print in the centre in a bold black font. 

And it wasn’t long before he was poking fun at the “inspiring” message it contained, insinuating that it was anything but. 

Jono went over to the T-shirt and held it up to the camera for his social media followers to have a closer look.

Speaking about the quote Primark had chosen, he said: “I’ve found the worst one ever.

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He then read aloud: “Palm trees & coconuts.

“Lazy days & fun nights, sunrises & sunsets, tanned skin & salty hair.”

Jono, who can be found at @jonog84, then read the final sentence in the holiday themed sayings, and joked as he said: “Deep breaths & good vibes.” 

The TikToker then wrote in the caption to the post: “I love inspiring clothing” alongside a sick emoji.

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Jono’s observation went down a storm with his followers, as they too slammed the top as “tacky”. 

One person wrote: “I think we are honestly the ONLY country who sells stuff like this.

“Why are we so tacky?”

A second person slammed: “Primark putting whole books on their tees now.”

A third person typed: “Such a waste of a nice long plain tee.”

As a fourth said: “Why is this so funny.”

Meanwhile, another unimpressed social media said it was almost as bad as the “live, love, laugh” saying and likened it to something that would have been popular in 2009.

But, on the other hand, some people said they would snap it up and liked the fashion item.

One person wrote: “Love a quote T-shirt!”

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While another said: “I bought this for my mum because she’s a sun worshipper and she loves it!”

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