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T-Shirt of the Day in Honor of Lucille Ball’s Birthday!

6 Aug

Happy Birthday, Lucy! Everyone knows who Lucille Ball, alias “I Love Lucy” is, right? I hope so, or you’re missing out on a huge chunk of American culture, not to mention lots of laughs! Lucille Ball was the first lady of funny for many, many years, and her stuff still makes me laugh. Here are some Lucy shirts and redhead shirts – since she was also one of the most famous redheads of all time! – and one of my absolute favorite funny Lucy moments ever … possibly the one of funniest bits on television, ever!

See more t-shirts for redheads! Remember if you click on any t-shirt, you can choose the style, color, and size you want, for infants to adults!

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!

QUICK LINKS:

I Love Lucy
: The complete first season on DVD


Love, Lucy
: Lucille Ball’s autobiography

T-Shirt of the Day Award for Independence Day!

4 Jul

Honorable Mention T-shirts for the Fourth of July:
Hot Dogs and Beer Day July 4th shirt
Hot Dogs and Beer Day July 4th by TeeZazzle

View other patriotic t-shirts! Remember if you click on any t-shirt, you can choose the style, color, and size you want, for infants to adults – or choose this design on lots of other gift items too!

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!

T-Shirt of the Day for Independence Day!

4 Jul

Is there anyone who doesn’t know today is July 4 and the Independence Day of the USA?

July 4 is not the day the US won independence from Great Britain, but the day independence was declared by the signing of the Declaration of Independence. On June 28, 1776, Thomas Jefferson submitted his draft of the Declaration of Independence. Independence was declared on July 2, but the Declaration was officially adopted by Congress on July 4. Most historians believe it was not actually signed until August.

In an exceedingly strange coincidence of history, the only two signers of the Declaration of Independence who later served as presidents of the United States, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, both died on the 50th anniversary of Independence Day: July 4, 1826.

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!