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I Used to Be Cool But Now I Just Argue with Miniature Versions of Myself (front) - Unisex T-shirt

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Upgrade your wardrobe with our hilarious "I Used to Be Cool But Now I Just Argue with Miniature Versions of Myself" unisex t-shirt.

Made from high-quality heavy cotton, this tee is the ultimate essential for your everyday style. It provides a smooth surface that brings out the vividness and sharpness of our premium printing. With no side seams, you can bid farewell to itchy interruptions under the arms, ensuring maximum comfort throughout the day. The taped shoulders enhance the durability of this classic fit tee, making it perfect for handling the joys and challenges of parenthood.

Key Features:

  1. Witty and relatable "I Used to Be Cool But Now I Just Argue with Miniature Versions of Myself" design (front) adds humor to your everyday life.
  2. Crafted from 100% cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors) for superior comfort and breathability.
  3. Medium fabric weight strikes the perfect balance between durability and softness.
  4. Classic fit offers a relaxed silhouette that flatters all body types.
  5. Runs true to size, ensuring a comfortable and well-fitting tee for all.
  6. High quality DTG printing. 

Product Care:

  1. Washing: Turn the T-shirt inside out before washing to protect the printed design. Use a gentle cycle with cold or lukewarm water. Avoid using harsh detergents or bleach as they can damage the print. If possible, wash the T-shirt separately or with similar colors to prevent any color bleeding.

  2. Drying: It's best to air dry DTG-printed T-shirts to preserve the print quality. If you choose to use a dryer, select a low heat setting or tumble dry on a delicate cycle. Avoid high heat as it can cause the print to fade or crack over time.

  3. Ironing: If you need to iron the T-shirt, turn it inside out and use a low-heat setting. Avoid ironing directly over the printed design. Instead, place a thin cloth or parchment paper between the iron and the print to prevent any damage.