What's that you Say?

Slogan shirts, hat, and sweatshirts are very popular. People have a need for others to know how they stand on issues, what appeals to them, and in some cases, the food that they prefer. I am not that concerned with making sure that every human being that I come in contact with, knows that "I [heart] NY," or want to shout to those around me, "Careful or you'll end up in my book." (That is actually true, but not public knowledge). More appropriately would be, "Watch it our I'll bolg about you." Consider yourself warned.

Although I have only purchased one slogan shirt in my mid-life, as a teenager, my drawers would be stuffed. My only slogan shirt has a picture of a rock and a ruler. The rock is saying, "you rule" and the ruler is saying, "you rock." I like to encourage others.

One of my son's favorite shirts states, "Save the Humans" with a big picture of a blue whale. He also loves his, "Future Rock Star" shirt, although, after trying the clarinet for exactly one school year has deemed playing an instrument "not his spiritual gift."

My daughter had so many shirts that I really cannot even remember one. Okay, maybe one. She is partial to her "Crazy like a fox" slogan shirt which is exactly opposite of her personality. She would never be considered for the "Craziest People" photo in her junior high yearbook. Crazy to her is painting her fingernails black - watch out.

While I enjoy reading people's t-shirts, and have chuckled now and again at certain slogans, I have only one rule: You are never allowed to wear a slogan t-shirt with a slogan hat, there is simple too much to read. I'm impatient like that. Plus, having to read that much information on a person's body would teeter on staring like a staker, and a stalker, I am not.


Becoming Me said…
Fun post. I bought my daughter a shirt one time with the saying "He's not just my daddy, he's my hero." I really bought it more for my husband than her.
Jen Torok said…
Nadia has a great slogan shirt--"I didn't claw my way up the food chain so that I could eat vegetables!" --perfect for her!
Sarah Markley said…
Okay - how about one that says: Sits Too Close to the Woman Next to Me?