What does your Wardrobe Say About You?

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What does your Wardrobe Say About You?

And what items in your closet say more than your t-shirts?

My husband, Greg, loves wearing t-shirts with funny sayings. He loves it when people crack up reading them. Some of his favorites are no longer with us, because he wore them out. He used to have one that said in Asian-style script: Ho Lee Chit. Another said: Grow Your Own Dope. Plant a Politician.

But he still has a couple of others that he wears a lot.

This one has the drawback of being long-winded:

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And I almost didn’t post the one below because of recent events. Realize that I’m married to a guy who likes to plink at tin cans out in the desert, not a homicidal maniac.

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And here are some of my favorites. My NaNoWriMo shirt from 2015:

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And this one needs no explanation:

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And here are some Greg bought for me. I used to be a music teacher:

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I checked to see what the good people at Etsy.com could add to my collection. Here are some I’d love to own. Click on the links for more information.

Eye roll

Eye roll.

Say what

Beautiful design. With a slight change, this could be a depressing writer’s shirt. How often do I have an absolutely brilliant scene in my head, but the words I put on the page fall flat.

Uni

You knew I had to find a unicorn shirt, didn’t you?

Focus

I love this photographer’s shirt on so many levels.

Teacher

Good teacher shirt. For me, I’d have to add singers, percussionists, dancers, and recorder players to the list, because that’s how we spent a lot of our instruction time in my elementary music room.

Oh, yeah. Here’s a good music teacher shirt, not on Etsy.

 

Stand

I love the Malala quote, but I also love that the seller donates 100% of the proceeds of this shirt to charity.

Jeremiah

This is one of my favorite Scriptures.

The Any Message Here t-shirt can be found here.

Do you own or have you seen a t-shirt with a clever saying? Please share with us in the comments below.

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About Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Andrea R Huelsenbeck is a wife, a mother of five and a former elementary general music teacher. A freelance writer in the 1990s, her nonfiction articles and book reviews appeared in Raising Arizona Kids, Christian Library Journal, and other publications. She is currently working on a young adult mystical fantasy novel and a mystery.

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