Tuesday, June 10, 2008

~Women's T-shirt Slogans

Next mood swing: 6 minutes

I hate everybody, you're next.

And your point is.............?

I used to be a schizophrenic, but we're OK now.

I'm busy. You're ugly. Have a nice day.

Warning: I have an attitude and I know how to use it.

Of course I don't look busy .... I did it right the first time.

Why do people with closed minds always have their mouths open?

You have the right to remain silent so please use it!

If we are what we eat I'm fast, cheap and easy.

I'm out of estrogen and I have a gun.

Chaos, Panic, Disorder -- My work here is done.

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elmofromoz said...

I have a T-shirt that say


chat2missie said...

Very funny!  I could be wearing a few of those shirts right now! LOL

sanguinelioness said...

Those are very funny.
Hope you are having a good day!

arlenes627 said...

oh, these are great....hugs.

merry1621 said...

These made me laugh. Thank you Lisa.

specialadyfink said...

These are my favorite sayings.......
iWarning: I have an attitude and I know how to use it.

Of course I don't look busy .... I did it right the first time.
Hope you're doing okay

jeadie05 said...

Great, made me chuckle ..love Jan xx

pauli.ojala@gmail.com said...

I've collected the best Christian T-shirts I found in here:

Personally, I would prefer those apologetic figures such as Dinoglyfs documented by the ancient man few thousands years ago, as displayed in the site above. Unfortunately, they are not sold anywhere... Anyway, anyhow, this might be the Elder Wand you sought:

Do You happen to know a site for such "apolo-wear"?

A recent book "Understanding Intelligent Design" by ­William Dembski and Sean McDowell, son of Josh McDowell just became available last week.

The book is geared at Christian young people (junior high and high schoolers) as well as for Church groups (e.g., Sunday Schools) to help get out the word about ID, Intelligent Design. A MOST REVEALING INSIGHT FROM ITS FIRST CHAPTER:

"A few years back, skeptic Michael Shermer wrote a book called
How We Believe. For it he commissioned a poll of thousands of
people. He asked participants why other people believe in God. The
most popular answers focused on religious benefits: God comforts
us, provides the basis for living a moral life, gives purpose to our
lives, and is the source of meaningful religious experiences.
Then Shermer asked participants why they personally believe
in God. The number one answer changed drastically. The most
common response was the design and complexity of the world.
Our natural tendency, it would seem, is to believe the world was

Hunting the best T-shirt slogans,
evolutionary critic
Biochemist, drop-out so called
(MSci-Master of Sciing)
Helsinki, Finland