What's Got 2 Thumbs And Loves Burritos? This Guy!
The 'thumbs up' gesture is generally used to signify approval, with the 'thumbs down' indicating the opposite. This is thought to have originated in ancient Rome as portrayed in the classic painting 'Pollice Verso' by the 19th Century artist Jean Léon Gérôme where the victorious gladiator waits for the thumbs up or down signal from the crowd to say whether the defeated gladiator should be spared or put to death. On the other hand (if you see what we mean) a thumbs up in Iran, Sardinia and parts of both West Africa and South America means something far too naughty and rude for us to print on a cool retro t-shirt website such as this. So we won't print it. The rude and naughty stuff that is, we'll print the t-shirt. That's what we do here. Erm... I think I'll stop now.