MOE's guide to finding the perfect kids shirt:
1. It should be just the right amount of tacky.
2. The grammar should be above reproach, even if the meaning isn't.
3. Then, again, sometimes bad grammar makes it better.
4. It should force you to think way more than any kids' shirt should.
I can hardly wait to add to Stow's wardrobe with these gems.
And here are a couple of bonus finds:
|If I couldn't read, I would take a completely different message from this diaper changing station. Then, again, the English doesn't help much.|
For my earlier bad English t-shirts posts, click here and here.