She wrote, “I got so tired of seeing t-shirts that proclaimed, from the standpoint of the kid, that the kid believed something (cool, or politically in line with the parents, etc.) — even stuff that I believed in! hell, I’ve stuck my kid in ‘em! — that I went out and made a t-shirt that really told the truth.”
Please buy one so we can be sure her toddler gets to attend college one day — after he learns to read.
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