Saturday, July 7, 2007

It's Saturday, I'm lost, putting off homework and washing my car.

Married To The Sea Store (T-Shirts, Bags, Books)

Some of these products are just dead on funny. The women's voting tee is priceless and as soon as my budget allows (yes, it's tragic, I'm budgeting for tees) I'm getting it. In fact, I hope to get one for my daughter in Ohio who is a big enough upstart to wear one. My daughter in California, who acutally would back it up and "walk it" and understand it at it's deeper implications and from its historical perspective, wouldn't be caught dead in it because it's a tee shirt...therein lies the rub. I love our liberties.

I'm going to put shiny stuff on my lips that no one has asked me about yet. ciao

4 comments:

dubby said...

Yes, I'm "the" dubby, a friend of Diane's.

I have an interesting T story if you care to hear....

My brother went to William and Mary in Virginia while I was in high school. I went to visit him in 1973 and bought a T-shirt that said "Mary and William" with a militant woman's power fist sign (remember those?). It was this awful lime green color.

Anyway, mom sorted the laundry that summer, glanced at the names William and Mary and without thinking put it in his pile of laundry. Brother, being the airhead he is, just put on the top shirt in his drawer and ran around all day with a woman's libbist T-shirt on. (Not altogether cool for a 19 year old male). He never noticed until we laughed at him.

Men are so ---- (you can fill in the blank)

I enjoy your blog. Hope you get the tshirt soon!

katzbox said...

Oh wow, way cool!! Men are so (you're right)...and brothers especially...

Please come back to visit.

Diane said...

ok....I'll bite. Are you using one of those "plumpers"?

katzbox said...

No my friend...permanent lipstick...I just had my fourth "visit"..."plump" is the euphymism THEY use..."swollen" is the word medical science uses. It looks like a peach is stuck to my face...like I tried to eat one without using my hands...I get my camera back from my husband when he returns from his meeting with the bishopric...Oh, I've really done it this time....