The only t-shirt I would wear

February 5th, 2011 § 4 comments

I’m not a t-shirt kind of girl. If you know me in real life you know I don’t wear shirts with graphics on them. I don’t even wear prints often. A t-shirt with a slogan on it? Well, that’s just not me.

There is ONE slogan that I have seen — and a cancer one at that — that would get through my sartorial roadblocks.

I’ve seen this as a t-shirt phrase, and it’s my favorite one yet:

Of course they’re fake; the real ones tried to kill me!

I wouldn’t design it like this one with the pink ribbon and goofy letters.

It would just be plain, all lowercase, very subdued. Not whimsical or cutesy.

I just may design a custom one… if I do, I’ll share it with you.

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