“This picture is of me and my twin brother. I guess my parents didn’t realize what my shirt said or that my brothers zipper was down.”
(submitted by Deidre)
“I tell people I didn’t learn to dress till I was 32. This is the photo I use as evidence. I asked for this shirt as a birthday gift from my wife. The fact that she continued to be married to me shows how strong her love is. I was 28 in this photo, and would wear this shirt in public.”
(submitted by Craig)
“After seeing my undergraduate thesis film (“Incest! The Musical”) my family thought it would be funny to wear their t-shirts while posing for a holiday photo. While the irony was not lost on them, it’s still a somewhat disturbing portrait.”
(submitted by Kai and see more at www.IncestTheMusical.com)
Thanks a lot, Mom.
(submitted by Richard)
“This is my husband when he was 6 or 7. His grandma sent him to school on PICTURE DAY in this shirt. You can’t see the bottom, but the shirt actually says “Rub it easy, make it hard.” No joke. His grandma obviously was clueless. Needless to say, he didn’t wear it to school again.”
(submitted by Wendy)
“I was going through old family photos with my best friend when I came across this gem. Looks like the shirt should say “sweatshirt”, but the way he’s positioned it looks like it says “Eat…”
(submitted by Amanda)
That’s right. Frederick.
(submitted by Greg)
“I used to be a chatter box when I was younger & my mom had this sweat shirt screen printed for me during a winter vacation. As you can imagine, I was thrilled about it.”
(submitted by Savannah)
“When my son Mike had his school photo taken, he was terrified of blinking and having his eyes closed. He wasn’t trying to be funny. He was wearing his favorite Roadkill shirt because he felt that he looked especially handsome in it.”
(submitted by Sharon)
We got your back.
(submitted by Lauren)