Because at least I didn't buy my middle-school-age daughter a t-shirt that spells out "hot."
As far as I know, anyway. I didn't even notice her daughter's shirt spelled out "hot" until I looked at the picture a day later. Look how cleverly it's disguised. Some letters are one color. Some letters are another color. Really, how was she supposed to even notice something like that? What else are they hiding? Next thing you know they'll be using a whole separate language to spell out stuff in code behind our backs. OMG we r in big trbl.
Or at least she is. My daughter is well in hand. Hear me whistling? Help.
Related tale: A Tale of Two Mommies
Maybe her daughter has some weird medical condition, and that is the modern-day equivalent of a medi-tag? Or maybe you just won.
Posted by: Mr Lady | January 23, 2010 at 01:35 PM
Please make sure she keeps the T pink.
Posted by: Paulita | January 23, 2010 at 03:14 PM
What are you complaining about, at least she has a tee shirt on that covers MOST of her body. Guys don't care, they can't read silly.
Posted by: Audubon Ron | January 24, 2010 at 01:15 AM
At least it doesn't say, HAWT.
*jumps over cliff*
I just can't stand it.
I agree with Paulita, make sure the "T" doesn't wash off or you're really in trbl...
Posted by: Forgotten | January 25, 2010 at 08:49 AM