With the end of May, comes June and June brings Father’s Day, Summer and warmer temperatures. Though there is 27 days until it is official Summer, most of May has already brought summer-like temperatures here in Ontario. You have most likely taken the T-shirts and shorts from the back of the wardrobe, only to realize you are in need of a new wardrobe as you gained a few lbs over the summer. Men’s t-shirts and women’s t-shirts are always popular items of clothing during the summer months.

Printed t-shirts with various printed slogans and pictures have been a popular choice for several years and are likely to remain so this year. Funny t-shirts with edgy messages, along with t-shirts with images and humorous pop culture slogans are a popular choice too.

One of my favorite places to shop for funny t-shirt designs is SnorgTees, which got their start back in May 2004. For those of you who may be familiar with SnorgTees did you know that most of the designs are SnorgTees employee creations?

That in itself is pretty impressive.This Father’s Day why not donate all of Dad’s old plain tees to the Salvation army and buy him a couple new all around funny t-shirts from SnorgTees .

My husband looks stellar in his “he last thing I want to do is hurt you. It’s on my list t-shirt.” It’s humorous casual, comfortable and its loose fit wears well. Let’s not forget the quote. It’s humorous and honest. We all have those days where someone get on our nerves.

Visit Snorg Tees today for all your t-shirt needs. Be sure to Follow Snorg Tees on Twitter & Like” Snorg Tees on Facebook to keep up to date on all their newest shirts.

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

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