I was wearing a pair of t-shirts from a feminist t-shirt brand on my head.
They were super cool, and I couldn’t help but think, “I could probably do a good job of this.”
But that thought was quickly put to rest when I realized that the t-shirts were made from women’s products, and women’s bodies.
“If I were a man, I’d have a hard time picking out these t- shirts that are made from womens bodies,” I thought.
I’ve seen a lot of t shirts made by men, but they often look like the same thing, and that’s why I wanted to try my hand at making a t- shirt with my own body.
What I’m about to share with you is the tshirt that I made.
It’s not going to be exactly what I wore on the football field.
But it’s an example of the types of tshirts that you can make with your own body, and hopefully you’ll be inspired to make your own t-tshirts.
This shirt is a great way to show off your body in a way that shows off the strength and determination that goes into being a man.
If you’re into masculine t-sizes, you can easily make one from this.
However, I think it’s best to stick with a size that’s comfortable to wear.
For this shirt, I went with a 6XL, but you can use whatever size you want.
You could also make it smaller if you’d like, but I didn’t.
So if you’re going for the 6XL version, I recommend a size 6XL or 7XL.
The shirt will be about 2.5 inches wide, and the fabric will stretch up to a point.
Because this is a tshirt, it will feel like a tight fit.
In fact, I was quite surprised to find out that the shirt was surprisingly comfortable.
Before I even finished sewing it, I had my boyfriend wrap a few pieces of duct tape around the front of the shirt to prevent it from falling apart.
And I had a few of my best friends wrap duct tape over the front as well to keep it from moving around.
It was definitely something to behold!
Here’s the finished product.
Again, I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I did.
Thank you to the wonderful team at the Womens Body Shop for making these amazing t-shrink shirts.
As always, I love hearing your feedback on the blog, and please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.