When Eric and I first married, he authorized me to weed his closet of all unacceptable clothing and footwear.  I ended up with more “no’s” than “yes’s”, but I got him straightened out.  Occasionally he still makes unauthorized clothing purchases.  Crude message t-shirts draw him in like a teenage boy to the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition.

The back of Eric’s favorite running shirt:

I'll give him credit for being honest, at least.

The back of his favorite t-shirt:

He bought this the day he asked me to marry him...after I said yes.

Life got him back on the t-shirt last week.  Take a close look at these pics.  They’re a little blurry because I got the giggles.

I do believe his shirt is on bass ackwards.

You're not taking a picture, are you?

That’s what you call irony, folks.

And, yep, he left the swimming pool like that and I didn’t say a word until we got home and I grabbed my iPhone for the photo opp. :)

Have a good one.


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6 Responses to Bass Ackwards

  1. susie says:

    I am going to be looking for an appropriate T-shirt for Eric. It may be hard but I bet by Christmas (since his birthday has already passed) I can find him something that will make the blog!! Or better yet, I will let his brother in law PAUL find one for him!!!!

  2. Eric Hutchins says:

    PPPPPPlease not Paul.

  3. Christina says:

    Josh has t-shirts that he will not let me get rid of – in fact, he refuses to get rid of anything. If I buy something new, I’ll usually get rid of a few ratty t-shirts, or if I buy new workout socks I’ll toss out the most beat up old pair. Not Josh. He’s got 5x the amount of clothing that I have, and I’d get rid of at least half of it given the chance.

  4. Melanie says:

    I saw someone with that bass ackwards shirt and I need to find it for my boyfriend! Do you remember where your husband bought it?

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