Are you shocked at some of the sayings on t-shirts that kids and teenagers wear? Today I saw one that says, “Chores are the enemy”. And parents wonder why they have such trouble with their kids.
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Oh, this is one of my hugest pet peeves. My kid don’t wear clothing with any words, unless it’s a souvenir t-shirt from a place. Not even innocent words (like “princess” which I know is quite popular for little girls) – mainly because I figure if there’s a “no words” rule now, it’ll be easier to maintain in the future. Why parents let teen girls wear wordy shirts is beyond me – why invite people to look at their chests?