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Love this! Between your pragmatism and Jeanine's hair, it's a whole new permaculture style!
 
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I wonder if there are any passionate gardeners/farmers who own T-shirts that do NOT have permanent stains on the lower half. It's just such a handy place to put produce, baby animals and dirty hands.
 
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In the summer I have an evening route. Down the garden and pick up tomatos , okra , peppers , and then swing by the coop and pick up eggs. Beside the stains , eventually the front of the shirt is longer than the back .
 
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I once had a multi functional shirt. It had a rainbow across it and it said "Just Crusing". I bought it at a yard sale and figured it had to do with sailing. After letting me wear it for months, my brother in law informed me that it was meant to inform the world that I was gay and that I was out crusing for like minded men. I thought it was funny but my wife insisted that I needed to stop wearing it.
 
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These shirts were for sale at a Native pow wow. Many of the men sported funny shirts which advertised their taste in women, car modification and other funny themes. The women went with shirts that centered on cultural pride.

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