Here is a very lightly pre-worn, black, size XL T-Shirt that has white embroidery that says: WAYNE'S WORLD in letters just a little less than an inch tall.
The T-Shirt measures 24 1/2 inches across the chest measured across the chest and from the back of the neck band to the bottom hem is just over 33 inches making it a comfortable size XL. The neck tag says it is an XL, but the tag has been trimmed a bit. Nothing on the back of the shirt. No holes or stains and minimal wear. 100% cotton.
And just so you know...
In February 1992, The film 'Wayne's World', which featured appearances from Meat Loaf and Alice Cooper premiered in the US. The use of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in the film propelled the song to No.2 on the US singles charts nearly 20 years after its first release.
Wayne's World was originally a recurring sketch from the NBC television series Saturday Night Live. It evolved from a segment titled "Wayne's Power Minute" (1987-88) on the CBC Television series It's Only Rock & Roll, as the main character first appeared in that show.
The Saturday Night Live sketch spawned two films, and several catchphrases which have since entered the pop-culture lexicon. The sketch centered on a local Public-access television program in Aurora, Illinois, hosted by Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers, the same actor from "Wayne's Power Minute"), an enthusiastic and sardonic long-haired metalhead, and his timid and sometimes high-strung, yet equally metal-loving sidekick and best friend, Garth Algar (Dana Carvey). Wayne lives with his parents and broadcasts his show "live" from the basement of their house every Friday evening at 10:30. The first "Wayne's World" sketch appeared in the 13th "Saturday Night Live" episode in 1988.