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Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee's View. This week's feature is Megan from The Book Addicted Girl.
The question of the week is: Let's step away from books for a second and get personal. What T-Shirt slogan best describes you?

            


I LOVE this question! I have had so many stupid t-shirts in my life that it's almost pathetic. I love them. A LOT. My two favorites are my shirts that say "Made in the 80s" and my old school Abercrombie and Fitch "Nerd" shirt. My mom had a "Made in the 80s" maternity shirt that she had made when she was pregnant with me. I guess I get this obsession from her. =)

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  1. Great choices, they fit me so well, too!

    Thanks for stopping by Book Brats earlier! New follower :D Happy Weekend!

    Book Brats!

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  2. your tees are the best! so funny! i totally need a "nerd" shirt. my wife once bought me a tee that had "dork" on it.

    thanks for the follow...following back :)

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  3. Really great tees Alanna - LOL! :) I would happily wear both of them.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the follow. :)

    Shelagh (New Follower)
    The Word Fiend

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  4. Great post. I can't think of any t-shirts at the moment, but I'm sure one will come to me.
    Ann

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  5. I love the Made in the 80's shirt! Your other shirt --"Avoid cliches like the plague" -- is so funny!! I can't believe others don't think so!

    Hey, thanks for visiting my blog! I followed you back :)

    Happy Friday!

    -Jenna @ the book element

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  6. Great t-shirt picks. I love your blog- very pretty!

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  7. I like that your 80's shirt has a story behing it. There is a website called www.80stees.com that you might want to check out.... they pretty much have anything you could want from that era.

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Holjo @ Pedantic Phooka
    www.pedanticphooka.com

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  8. New follower here, and I love the nerd shirt!
    bethfred.com

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  9. Thank you for visiting. Great t-shirts. I love them too! New follower as countrysunset40. Have a really great day!!

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  10. Following you. :) I love Rainbow Brite. LOL. Thanks for stopping by the http://alaskanbookcafe.blogspot.com/

    I am in Juneau. If you are taking a cruise you will probably be stopping here. Send me an email - alaskanbookcafe(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  11. Haha, I definitely need that nerd shirt!!! Nice picks :) Here's my FF if you want to check it out!

    -Jessica (Peace Love Books)

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  12. Haha, love the nerd one. :D

    - New follower

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  13. 80's & nerds - always good stuff! New follower!

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  14. Thanks for visiting my blog! Now following you back. I adore your blog design!

    LMAO, so funny our shirts say the same thing! Think I like yours better though. :D

    Have a great weekend!

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  15. I LOVE the name of your blog since that was totally me as a child reading under the blankets when I was supposed to be asleep. I'm your newest follower visiting via FF and would love for you to visit me whenever you get a chance....
    http://wowfromthescarfprincess.blogspot.com/2011/07/follow-friday_28.html

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  16. Hi there, new follower popping on over! I have the Made in the 80's shirt too...though yours is WAY cuter. *jealous* Diggin' the header on your blog!

    Feel free to stop by and check me out (er..my blog)

    ~ andi novelista

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  17. Fellow made in the 80's child here! Love your choice slogans!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a wonderful weekend!

    Kristy
    http://rantsofaucg.blogspot.com/

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  18. thanks for the follow, and also for your kind words! I love the layout of your blog--so pretty. If you ever need a banner/header for a post don't hesitate to ask me :)

    following back!

    (and I seriously apologize way too much, haha)

    -beth @ books out the juaxoo

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  19. Heya! Am hopping by from FF. New follower.

    Great choices this week.

    My post: The Write Obsession

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  20. Just hopping on through. Love your header and button. taking your button. New follower. Love the T-Shirt Slogans you choose. Come visit me over at Livre De Amour-Books of Love Blog.

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  21. OMG I LOVE the Rainbow Bright one!! I am so going online to buy this shirt! I was born in 1984 and loved rainbow bright, strawberry shortcake, and my little pony... there were so many good shows on back then!

    Old follower, love your blog, and have a great rest of the weekend!

    Lea @ LC's Adventures in Libraryland

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