June 13, 2012 10:04pm CST
Early tonight my husband, I, took our daughter to store so we could get some candles to keep the bugs away off of our deck while our daughter plays outside on it. We where checking out and the guy at the cash register said that my shirt was by far the best pregnancy shirt that he has seen. I was wearing a hot pink shirt that says "Lets get one thing straight. YOUR FAT. I'm pregnant." I told him well when your pregnant you got have some humor and fun with people. I told him I have two other shirts at home that says other things. One has thought bubbles all over the shirt that the baby is saying certain things some slightly inappropriate so I only wear it in the house or to certain place that it would be okay at. The other one is what I wore with my daughter and it says " If this is my family I'm not coming out."
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• United States
14 Jun 12
Hahahahahaha Coincidently, I wore one of my favorite shirts today, one that I always get admiring looks and comments on when I wear it. It is bright yellow and has a big red heart (not a human heart but a fake valentine-type heart) right in the middle. The words say, "I HEART SYMBOL the Amish!" I cannot tell you how many people comment on this shirt. Plus, people are always looking at it and I know they wish that they had one, too.
• United States
16 Jun 12
How can you say that with a straight face?? Your shirt calls other people fat! Don't you realize how hurtful that is to people? How in the heck can calling someone fat not hurt their feelings? Not only does your shirt (and you) offend people by calling them fat, but it also offends people who care about English grammar by not using the proper form of 'you're.'
• United States
18 Jun 12
Well if it hurts there feeling they should say something about. Because I see many shirts that I don't like but do I say anything about it no because one it's my body that the shirt is one. There is many people in the world that would walk up to a stranger an call them fat, or say your pregnant when they are not. Half of the time when I"m out you can't even see what I'm wearing, I don't really were that shirt that often. I think in the two year's I've had it I've only worn it outside where people could see it 2 times with out a jacket on it. They didn't say anything about it to me. If someone did I would tell them tough luck you can wear what every the heck you want and I'm going to wear what I want. If you don't like it's okay because I bet you there is something some where that you wear or someone else wears that some will find offensive. Any many people that see that would laugh not be hurt by it and if they are they are every sensitive and need to get some hurmore or something in there live. The people that look at what other people wear when they are over 18 and they don't need parents any more telling them what to wear are normally old people that get upset about every little thing. I have two other shirts. One that has many words of thoughts coming out of the baby talking. The one today I'm wearing says if this my family I'm not coming out. I've wore it many times with my daughter got plenty of laughs out of that one because it's true I don't know why anyone would want to marry in to my husband family but we are all certainly crazy for doing so and even more crazy having kids with them. I see a lot of things that I don't like but I don't bother people about the fact that I don't like them unless they said it to my face. If someone told me being skinny was a crime I would tell them to shove up where the sun done shine. I've seen it heard it all. Racist things to what ever. I've gotten dirty looks at my daughter for being white and having a mommy that looks hispanic which I'm half hispanic. I've learned you just don't have to care about what others do just yourself and keep to yourself. You find something offensive that is okay you keep it to yourself because others might not. I don't find the shirt offensive in any way. If any women wore it I wouldn't care.
• United States
16 Jul 12
Oh my gosh, I could have used the "You're fat, I'm pregnant." shirt a while back. My boyfriend and I (seven months pregnant) went to Taco Bell, just a five minute drive from my house. The car broke down in the parking lot, so we had to walk back. It took us an hour and a half, because it was so hot, I had to keep stopping in shady places and resting. I couldn't tell you how many cars passed us by, but at least six honked at us. My boyfriend told me, "Well, the way you're carrying, it does just look like fat at a distance. That may be why they're not stopping." Some people...