I was given a shirt from CrazyDogTshirts.com to review... I had to pick one, but I'll be honest... It's difficult to pick just one! Same mature humor warning on this one as the other two. I just know that I appreciate it when I'm alerted to these things BEFORE I have to explain something to my daughter! LOL
I loved the Pacman Abbey Road shirt, located under the Video Games category! Love the fact that it's styled after the VERY famous Beatles Abbey Road cover. Sure to start quite a few conversations!
I also love the Ninja shirt in the Girls shirts category. Very cute! And of course, you know who I was thinking of! LOL
And the Loading... my diaper creeper is TOO adorable! It's under the Funny Creepers category, and there are some hilarious baby clothes there!
I finally ended up picking the Dachshund Homeboy shirt because I thought it was hilarious. We have a dachshund, and these little guys sure do find a way to irritate you while looking absolutely adorable in the process! They're extremely mischievous!
This shirt is very soft, and the design seems to be high quality. I have no complaints with this or any of the other shirts I received. And I've seen a TON of shirts on these sites that I would love to get!
And you can a $15 gift card from CrazyDogTshirts.com!
There ARE a few extra rules with this one, so I'll explain them here, as well as in the Rafflecopter...
*You MUST be a public follower of my blog via GFC*
*You cannot have won a promotional item from the company mentioned above within the last 90 days*
*You cannot have a review/giveaway blog of your own*
*Gift Card will be emailed to the winner, and will be redeemable at CrazyDogTshirts.com ONLY*
*Disclaimer: I received this item from the company I reviewed, as part of their Blogger Review program. A review was requested, but in no way was I asked or expected to give them anything other than an honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."*