One Washington Post columnist writes a column each summer with a selection of slogans from T-shirts observed at the Ocean City, Md., beach. Here are some favorites:

I childproofed my house, but they still get in.

(On the front) 70 is not old…(On the back) if you’re a tree.

My reality check just bounced.

Life is short. Make fun of it.

I’m not 50. I’m $49.95, plus tax.

It’s my cat’s world. I’m just here to open cans.

Keep staring—I may do a trick.

My mind works like lightning: one brilliant flash and it’s gone.

Live your life so that when you die, the preacher won’t have to lie at your funeral.

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