UK: Text-message T-shirts offer an easier way of flirting
Love-hungry consumers are being offered another way to meet their soulmate with a new range of T-shirts.
The T-shirts, made under the AKA-Flirt brand, each feature a code which potential suitors can make a note of and then send a message to a central database. This will be passed on to the subject of desire, who can then choose to reply if they wish.
The AKA-Flirt collection was showcased at the Pure show in London on 6,7 and 8 August.
Spokeswoman Maria Mok told just-style the line had not received a massive amount of orders at the show but had drawn a great amount of attention and enquiries from visitors.
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