It was Mark Twain who said, "Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence in society." That saying is still true, as our society has become one using clothing as a way to express one's social status. Just flip through the pages of fashion magazine for women to read breathless coverage of the fashion statements being made on the catwalks of haute couture in Paris, Milan and New York. Listen to a bunch of high school girls who decry the must-have fashion accessory of last season, as even men are not immune to the vagaries of fashion, "so last year." – In particular fashion moguls who once were (or still are) magnates of hip hop.If men and women use clothing to convey social status, but also used as a means of self-expression. The fictitious fashion editor in "The Devil Wears Prada" always accessorized with a white scarf from Hermes. Donald Trump is known for his colorful ties. And Woody Harrelson is known for using hemp.From the 1960's, T-shirts became a means of self-expression. Back then, Plain White T-shirts transformed into tie-dye art proclaiming the rise of "flower power" and urging "Make love not war." Soon, messages began appearing on T-shirts with screen printing or screen printing. The bands began selling branded T-shirts to fans at concerts, and youth began to wear shirts of the band as a symbol of personal identity.For decades, graphic tees have also been used as promotional tools and brand. Whether the word "Gap" is stamped on the front of a shirt or a representation of a preferred object of Disney adorns the user, the shirt has become a means of marketing a product or brand.This mark may have started at the corporate level, but soon became personal. From the humble beginnings of tie dye and peace symbols, T-shirts have become a lasting trend of people wearing their beliefs, philosophies, and senses of humor in what is called "graphic tees". Graphic tees can range from funny t-shirts and joke shirts and party shirts, even rude. Indeed, graphic tees are standard for college kids, people who want to speak their minds, and those who consider themselves marginalized. During the period of political controversy, Funny take the place of (or are an adjunct to) bumper stickers. The boldness and courage to the wearer is obvious to everyone.Some people think that graphic tees fall into the category of "rude clothes," while others consider them a form of freedom of expression. Indeed, instead of wearing your heart on your sleeve, you can use their political, spiritual beliefs, sense of humor, or sense of outrage emblazoned on the chest.There is no doubt that Funny, shirts, joke shirts, party shirts and even rude are the ultimate form of self-expression. It seems that once again, Mark Twain was right.