We all love our T-shirts and want to make them last It’s Not My Fault It’s The Lane Conditions Bowling Shirt. We want that concert tee to stay clear and vibrant. The problem is that prints can crack, flake, and wear away, or slowly fade with time like the memories of that concert. Meanwhile, the fabric gets roughed up, stretched, and discolored. It’s all very sad. Here’s the good news: you can totally avoid that fate by following some simple steps.
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The design It’s Not My Fault It’s The Lane Conditions Bowling Shirt, as mentioned above, was created by a child and that’s what it looks like. Well, either that or a pretentious artist. I was actually able to guess it was a potato before I researched it so well done, kid. My guess was actually “potato monster” but I like the title “angry potato” more. The ink is soft and smooth. I can’t find fault with the quality.
But let’s get back to the design. I get that parents love their kids’ artwork despite the lack of skill or perhaps because of it? And I could appreciate wanting a t-shirt with your kids’ artwork on it. I’m just not sure that people want other people’s kids’ designs on their t-shirts. Basically what I am saying is that I couldn’t see myself buying one of these t-shirts.