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Brochella! Seven Best T-Shirts the Dudes Are Wearing at Coachella 2013

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The bros at Coachella 2013 are freaking bringing it!

Sure, we all know about the women who wear just about nothing, but the guys are getting exceedingly creative, particularly when it comes to their funny t-shirts. So it's time to give the men some props for combining humor with style.

Here are ten of Brochella's best t-shirts.

See also:

-Coachella 2013: Five Best Moments of Weekend One

-Coachella 2013: Five Worst Moments of Weekend One

-Concert Review: New Order's Nostalgic Set at Coachella 2013

-Coachella 2013's Five Worst Fashion Statements by Famous People

-Hottest Dancing Girls at Coachella 2013 in Animated GIF!

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Photo by Marco Torres

We've heard his skills in the spooning department are also exemplary.

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Photo by Marco Torres

With the lights out, it's less dangerous. Here we are now, please bring tuna.

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Photo by Marco Torres

We'll be honest -- we're seeing a lot more of the latter than the former at the festival this year.

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Photo by Mary Carreon

Foolishly, considering we'd never met, we tried bro-ing this dude. He wasn't having it.

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Photo by Mary Carreon

Tyrone Biggums in the house!

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Photo by Mary Carreon

I'm sure white girls aren't the only ones who love him.

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