Do you embarras your kids? Of course you do. Even if you think you don't, you do. There is no way out of it so we say, embrace it! Wear this shirt and embarrass them in style! This t-shirt is soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It's comfortable and flattering for all.
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Side-seamed construction
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
"My parents embarrased me" stories:
"When I was 15, my mom wrote up a contract (banning kissing, chaperone-free dates, and SEX) that my first boyfriend and I had to sign in front of her. She then posted it on our wall at home!"
"In high school I had friends over for movie night. We got too loud for my dad who stormed out of his room in nothing but his oversized, stained tighty whities — with his left nut hanging out — and yelled at my friends."
"My dad liked to make funny comments when I brought my middle school friends over for dinner. Once, as we were finishing eating, he looked between me and my friends and said, 'So let's talk about your changing bodies."
"I was with my parents when we came across a large bachelorette group all dressed up in pink dresses ready to take a picture in front of their limo. Instead of smiling and walking past, my dad decided to jump right in front of them, scream, and photobomb their picture."
"When I was 12, I had a bad habit of leaving my underwear in my pants when I threw them in the laundry, so my mom threatened to hang my underwear from the mailbox if I did it again. Of course I did it again, and when I came home from school I found them hanging from the mailbox for everyone to see."
"When I was in the sixth grade my mom took me to see Madagascar 3. When the credits started rolling and 'I like to Move it' came on she dragged me to the front of the PACKED theater and started dancing. When I said I didn't want to dance she yelled, 'WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME? I'M JUST TRYING TO HAVE FUN LIKE A COOL MOM!'"
"Once, when I was a sophomore, I was really annoyed and just wanted to get to school. My mother said she would get out of the car in her pajamas and dance in front of my school unless I dropped the attitude. Being an idiot kid, I didn't believe her, but when we pulled up to my school she got out and danced behind me until I entered the building. People talked about it for a while."