Cheap T-Shirts at Target

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What do the birds say when they fly over the clothing department at Target?

(…..wait for it……)

“Cheap!  Cheap!  Cheap!”

(You can thank my cousin for telling a similar joke to me about 25 years ago.)

But on to the deals:  When I went perusing through the clearance racks at my local Target yesterday, I saw a LOAD of cute, simple t-shirts for $2 each.  They came in an assortment of pastel-ish hues, were “slightly fitted”, and were v-necked.  I think they were intended to hit just above the hip.  However, on my five-foot frame, they came well past.

There were also plenty of other items for under five bucks: capri-type sweat pants, a mish-mash of bathing suit tops (and bottoms?  …somewhere?), a swimsuit cover/dress, really comfy running shorts (argh! if only they had pockets!), and so forth.

Bonus for skinny folks: there was an abundance of colors and selection in the XS size on clearance!  The me from 10 years ago would have been pumped — oh, where’s that DeLorean when you need it!!

On a completely unrelated matter, my sunglasses of so many years are finally kaput.  Not even superglue could bring them back to life.  :o(  In any case, I am now on the hunt for some (cheap) sunglasses.  Until then, I’ll be wearing my husband’s “pilot” sunglasses, or my spare pair, if I can find them.   But if you know where I can get a good pair for under $5, do share!  :o)

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--Barbara

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