Journal prompt – T-Shirts

In my quest to schedule a gazillion posts for you all, I decided to ask my friend Mr Google for a writing prompt. For something different, I went to the images and hovered my mouse over the page before clicking on one. Kind of like a lucky dip only on a monitor lol
So this is what I came up with. This prompt is a bit of fun. And we could all use a little fun right?

So in the cause of a bit of fun, my blog post today is in no way serious.
But don’t think you’ve got off easy my dear readers because I also want you to answer the question in your comments.

So here is my answer.
If I had to wear a t-shirt, it would be based on comfort. It would be one that I could wear under clothes or wear something underneath.
It wouldn’t have a slogan on it because that limits what pants or skirts you can pair it with. Of course if it had a slogan, you could hide it under a loose fitting top or something else but I’m not much of a slogan type of girl so for the purpose of this exercise, my t-shirt would not have a slogan at all.
And it would be purple.
Why purple?
Because I love the colour. Because it is a rich colour and can be quite vibrant.
Purple is a spiritual colour to me.
And – it suits my complexion! (Or so I’ve been told).
I guess they are all adequate enough reasons.
The t-shirt would need to have a square or scooped neck (to suit my figure and because Trinny and Susannah tell me that this is what I should wear) and it would have cap sleeves. I don’t do longer sleeves that well.
It wouldn’t be close fitting but allow a little room for movement. (I don’t need to show the world that I carry the spare tyres for our car).

This one looks like something I would wear

So to answer the questions above:
I would wear a purple, cap sleeved, scoop necked, comfortable t-shirt. 🙂

Now, tell me about yours.

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19 thoughts on “Journal prompt – T-Shirts

  1. I would wear my short sleeve grey Sound of the South Percussion T-shirt because Andrew has lost his and he is going to be home for a few days while H and I are out of town – sure hope mine is still in my drawer when I get home! Lol!

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  2. I would wear a T-shirt without arms and in comfortable material, maybe silk, not too close to my body, I love to breath and I agree with you here about the color Sue. My favorit color is also purple in several nuances.
    Nice prompt Sue 😀

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  3. Mine would be white, because I hate heat, I exude energy, and white goes with everything. Half of my closet is white! But I think given how much I’d wear it, it would need to be tailored to me. Made of Organic Cotton, but double-woven for durability. Looser, longer sleeves, hip-length, fairly fitted, crew neck. I don’t do slogans, either.

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  4. White for me, too, the most luxurious of fine cotton. Loose fitting, one tiny splash of colour, short sleeves. Definitely no slogans, less is more!

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  5. Black and comfortable of organic cotton. Or purple and green paisley. Hip length and overall shape would probably be more important than color, mainly because now I’m thinking a white t shirt that would always stay white would be lovely. In the summer I seem to like to wear blue more. Phew! I don’t actually have to commit! Fun prompt!

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  6. So with you about not having a slogan. Same reason I could never be happy with the same tattoo all my life, keep changing my mind. And that isn’t a bad thing, according to Malcolm Gladwell! 🙂

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  7. My shirt already exists.It’s a vivid colour,with shiny big flowers on it.I love summer,both as a season and a state of mind.

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