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All right, Spencer's, this time you've gone too far. Spencer's Gifts is selling a gross T-shirt reading "Grab America By The Pussy," a riff on Donald Trump's admission that he liked to, well, "grab [women] by the pussy." A classless shirt for a classless act, right?

So much "ew."
So much "ew."

A woman named Mary Numair tweeted about the shirt (and posted it on Facebook), which resulted in the offensive piece of crap being pulled from the Lloyd Center Spencer's front window (but still displayed in the back of the store) after her tweet went viral.

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Speaking to KGW, Bob Dye, the manager of the Lloyd Center Spencer's Gifts, said of the offensive shirt, "I find it equally as disturbing as everyone else. Regardless of which side of the political aisle you're on, it's extremely upsetting and it's wrong on every level." He added, "The assistant manager at Spencer's spoke with me this morning and she agrees with me that it's offensive. We'd love to see it out of the store completely, but if it's been moved to the back, where it's barely visible, that's a plus."

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No, nothing about this shirt is "laugh out loud." Not even "laugh very quietly."
No, nothing about this shirt is "laugh out loud." Not even "laugh very quietly."

The description for the shirt reads,

He's done it again. The Donald grabbed America by the pu$$y this election, now you can too with this hilarious political tee! This laugh out loud Spencer's exclusive shirt is perfect for reminding everyone that Trump's in charge.

Right, also for reminding everyone that our soon-to-be president likes to sexually harass women.

We get it, Spencer's is supposed to be irreverent, but that t-shirt doesn't represent light-hearted humor, it's not hilarious, and it's not even political. Sexual assault shouldn't be considered funny by either Trump haters or Trump lovers.

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But that's not the case, of course, because apparently plenty of people either think women being grabbed against their will is funny, or at least jokes about it (like this T-shirt) are. And Mary Numair, the woman who first posted the shirt on social media, says she's getting rape threats. Maybe people could try grabbing some decency.