All this knitting, sewing, walking in the woods and working for a not-for-profit has finally put me on the path towards eco-awareness. Better late then never eh? Plus the other stuff in my life.
Holy crap. I wonder if anyone actually buys that stuff..
I like the "they shake me" one. Honestly I wouldn't buy any of them, but they're good for a chuckle.On a separate note, I was wondering, are you of Mowri descent?
I love T Shirt Hell.I wonder if they have "Are you my daddy?"
I ate my twin! I love it!!! Somebody buy me one!
They are all dodgy as anything. Except for the "My IQ is higher than the president's" one. That's probably accurate.
happyandblue2: they probably make good joke presents, though I'd hate to think some poor kid might be wearing one.juliabohemian: no I'm not of Maori descent, though I've been asked whether I was Hawaiian, Japanese, Chilean or Thai. I'm Chinese.nigel: if they don't then you should send in the suggestion. onscreen: the boy liked the one that reads "Daddy's little squirt".flying kiwi: yes, that really not bad taste at all is it?
I was so excited that i'd made a link that I forgot to comment. And my link doesn't work anyway. I was trying to point out the high school shootings one - click on Worse Than Hell, they're, um, worse.
oooohhhh i love baby-ts. I'm not sure about those though lol.try www.moretvicar.com its all very funky and cool. They even have a dad and a baby "Pint" & "half pint" set and one with "He's not my real dad" emblazoned on the front. Which would be fun to send the boy out with.all lovexxB
Editter: yes, there sure are some highly offensive - yet funny - slogans there...boudica: those t's are much more palatable. I do like the "He's not my realy dad" idea.
Heh heh heh, I was intent on not laughing at the baby t-shirts but that one about the twin was quality.
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