And before those few nerds come in and say, “A T shirt can’t say anything. It’s an inanimate object.” Well, yes, I know that. But there’s no other way to ask this question without sounding like a, well…nerd. But if you’ve got one, feel free to jump right in.
I have a few. One of my favorites I got at the thrift store. It’s black (well,charcoal gray. It’s been “loved.”) There’s a pink and white and blue picture of Betty Boop on it. And above the picture it says, “Why yes…I DO think I’m funny…”
What does your pronouncement maketh of, to wit scroll? (Trying to sound high-brow here.) Drumroll…
I don’t wear T-shirts much any more, but my favorite is probably the one with Einstein’s face as galaxy in glow-in-the-dark, against a black background. After that, it’s the one with the Pioneer plaque, captioned “Attack here”.
I bought one when I hiked part of the Grand Canyon. It’s got a picture of hiking boots, and the statement: “Not all who wander are lost.”
I also got one in Vienna that’s a yellow diamond shape with the silhouette of a kangaroo (like a traffic sign), saying: “No Kangaroos in Austria.” Apparently, some people book flights to Austria, thinking it’s an abbreviation for Australia.
I have one that I had made. It drives me crazy the way some people go around with a cell phone glued to their ear, talking so loudly you can hardly hear yourself think. On the front it says…“If I wanted to hear somebody else’s conversation…” and on the back it says, “…I’d listen to my husband.” And underneath is a picture of a cellphone with a slash across it. I’m trying to get up the nerve to wear it to Walmart.
One of them was 6 or 7 Jerry Bears and Terrapins sort of dancing off into the sunset and the other said Pink Floyd over a UK Flag.
Both were giving to me by my girlfriend at the time, both were thrown away by same person (after we were married) when I had worn them to the point that they were full of holes.
I’d link to them, but lets see you try to find a single Pink Floyd or Grateful Dead t-shirt amongst the millions of them.