i’m thinking “tea” shirts today

i’m just sitting around today thinking tee shirts. not something i do on a regular basis. truth be told, i am a white tee shirt girl. nothing beats a white tee shirt as far as i’m concerned. you can dress it up – with pearls, or dress it down – with jeans. but today i’m thinking quotes, sayings… a word or two or three.

a couple that come to mind:

my ass



send in your thoughts. what would you like on a tee shirt?

and yes, i would most definitely wear a tee shirt that said: PEACE, PLEASE.

most definitely.

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5 Responses to “i’m thinking “tea” shirts today”

  1. Madge Woods

    Just fucked up!

    Beck sucks real dick.

    Yours are better but I will think of some as I lay around for 14 days.

  2. Barbara@The Middle Ages

    Give tee’s a chance.

  3. Jane

    I Heart Amy Ferris!

  4. barbi

    Mine is an illustrated tee (XXXL), so imagine:

    A tea party, around a table covered with the American flag sit the Mad Hatter – Glenn Beck – asking unanswerable riddles and reciting nonsensical poetry – spooning sugar from his BP logo tea-set into cups shaped like gullible little American heads, Palin is the Queen of Hearts who has sentenced the March Hare (Obama) to Death for “murdering off shore drilling and being a cappuccino drinking non-American Muslim”. Rush Limbaugh sits under the table as eaglet and says: Speak English! I don’t know the meaning of half those long words, and I don’t believe you do either! Alice, curious and curiouser, is Anderson Cooper in a blue dress and a tight black tee, which needs no further explanation. When Hatter and March Hare try to hide the dormouse, Tony Hayward, in the BPot, Alice Anderson Cooper says to him/herself: “I wonder if I’ve been changed in the night? Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I’m not the same, the next question is ‘Where in the world am I today?’

  5. Krista

    OK, I love a white T-shirt, I do, but how do you keep them clean? They only look good at first, and then the pits get gross, or at least mine do. And then they get stains, and then, well, they just don’t look good. What’s your secret Ames?


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