SweeTea T-Shirt Contest
We all remember things our parents, grandparents or neighbors used to say. Funny turns of phrase that made you stop a moment and wonder what in the world they were talking about. Well, the two ladies of SweeTea T-Shirts in North Carolina are helping to ensure those sayings, whether it be “If the good Lord’s willing and the creek don’t rise” or “Who’s pluckin’ this chicken … you or me?”, remain in the Southern dialect, even if it’s only to make us laugh. In honor of June’s designation as National Sweet Tea Month and our article about SweeTea and their adorable line of tees printed with close to 100 sayings, the ladies have agreed to let Deep South readers determine the next saying that gets printed. So, call up grandma, mama or great Aunt Mildred, and tell them to start talkin’. If your saying is chosen, you’ll receive the first t-shirt printed!
How to Participate:
- View our article on SweeTea, which will take you to their website to view current t-shirt designs and sayings to get your juices flowing.
- Submit your saying, or two or three, by commenting here or posting on our Facebook page or Twitter account by July 2.
- We will then pick the 10 best sayings out of all submissions we receive, and you’ll have the chance to vote on your favorite.
- The winning saying will be printed on a future SweeTea t-shirt, and the person who submitted the saying will receive the first shirt printed!