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Bubbler T-Shirt

$19.95
This t-shirt was inspired by the unique name Wisconsinites use for the machine that dispenses water in public places.
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The word "bubbler" is most frequently used in Wisconsin. This t-shirt was inspired by the unique name Wisconsinites use for the machine that dispenses water in public places. The Dictionary of American Regional English defines a "bubbler" as a drinking fountain, especially one outdoors. Exclusively from the Wisconsin Historical Society's "Real Wisconsin" line!


Front: Bubbler


Back: Fountains are where you throw coins.


Material: 100% cotton


Colors: black and blue

The word "bubbler" is most frequently used in Wisconsin. This t-shirt was inspired by the unique name Wisconsinites use for the machine that dispenses water in public places. The Dictionary of American Regional English defines a "bubbler" as a drinking fountain, especially one outdoors. Exclusively from the Wisconsin Historical Society's "Real Wisconsin" line!


Front: Bubbler


Back: Fountains are where you throw coins.


Material: 100% cotton


Colors: black and blue

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