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    How to ... love

    Here is the link: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs71/f/20...63-d31h7g5.jpg

    This is the my friend's design for her class's uniform. As you can see, she used the phrase "How to make love", and for some reason her teacher didn't allow her to use the word make and suggested replacing it with get. And also for some reason, she's not really into that idea. So, I want to ask you that could you please give me some ideas or advice about what to fill in that gap (and fit with the animation ).

    Thank you all in advance.

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    Re: How to ... love

    Quote Originally Posted by Pepperoni Papaya View Post
    Here is the link: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs71/f/20...63-d31h7g5.jpg

    This is the my friend's design for her class's uniform. As you can see, she used the phrase "How to make love", and for some reason her teacher didn't allow her to use the word make and suggested replacing it with get. And also for some reason, she's not really into that idea. So, I want to ask you that could you please give me some ideas or advice about what to fill in that gap (and fit with the animation ).

    Thank you all in advance.
    I agree that "How to make love" is not an appropriate motto for a school uniform and "How 2 make <heart-symbol> is little better.
    How about "How 2 cre8 <heart-symbol>? Is that tacky enough? It doesn't have the sexual connotations of "making love", but otherwise it means the same thing.

    By the way, there's no animation on a T-shirt unless you put it on and start making it move.

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