Guess shirt: You know you’re a geek when your dad buys a shirt that says “I’m a geek” on it
Guess shirts are the stuff of geek culture.
They’re popular among kids and their parents, but also among people who don’t like to dress up.
The shirt comes with a tagline, and there’s a line at the back of the shirt that reads “I like to guess what you like to think.”
That tagline is often followed by a question that you can answer with a guess of the answer, and that’s the catch-22 for kids who don: They can’t always guess, and they don’t always want to do that.
It’s a frustrating process that’s hard to avoid if you want to keep dressing up for a geek party or a cosplay party, but it’s a hassle.
In addition to all the other challenges, it can also be a hassle for the kids.
“Kids who are interested in geek culture don’t usually want to dress in geek clothes, and sometimes they can’t wear the clothes, or they don.
The only way they can dress up is with a shirt, and guess shirts are something kids really don’t want to get into,” said Matt Czarnik, the chief marketing officer at Mattress Firm.
“But there’s also a whole other thing at play that kids don’t get.
There’s a whole world of things kids don, wear, and wear together.
You don’t need to dress like a nerd to be a nerd, but sometimes it’s easier to look cool than be cool.”
Guess shirts have always been popular with kids, and the brand has a long history of creating cool geeky shirts for kids.
In fact, the Guess brand is so popular that the brand started selling a line of geeky kid shirts.
The first of these, the Think shirt, was introduced in 1984 and was a major hit with kids.
Kids loved the Think tee because it was made of cotton and had a big, “G” printed on it.
It also had a “guess” at the front of the front and a logo with the word “guessing” at either side.
The Think tee also came in two versions: the standard and the “Guess” version.
The Guess shirt was a huge hit, and it was also the first of the Guess shirts that were made with high-quality fabrics and materials.
Think shirts were popular among children because they were easy to wear, with a logo at the top that was printed on both sides.
The idea behind the Think Tee is to have a different shirt for different kinds of people.
It is a classic idea for the Guess shirt, as well, as it was popular with teenagers and adults, even in the 1980s.
Kids love the Think shirts because they are so easy to get right, with the logo printed on the front, the word Guess on the back, and a large, “GUESS” on the bottom.
Kids were even willing to do some guess work on the Guess tee, as evidenced by a few of the photos below.
Guess shirts were also popular among parents, who had no problem with their kids wearing the shirt.
They were popular with older kids because of the “guesses” and the ability to wear the shirt as a dress, or even just to make sure they were dressed for a party.
In 1983, Guess started selling “guests” shirts, which were meant to make it easier for parents to let their kids wear Guess shirts as long as they weren’t a full-fledged geek.
“The Guess tee was a hit with parents.
It was a fun shirt for kids and they loved it.
Kids wanted a shirt to wear with the Guess t shirt and to wear at parties,” said Czornik.
“It was a cool way to bring geeky kids to a party and get the attention of everyone else.
It helped parents get into geeky culture and give the kids a reason to come out and geek out.”
The “guest” shirt, in turn, was a way for parents and kids to have fun with the shirt while still being recognized by the Guess logo.
Kids like the fact that they could wear the Guess Tee and have a good time, and so the Guess T Tee became popular as well.
“Guests shirts were so popular, kids started dressing up like a kid in them, and parents were excited,” said Dan Smith, co-founder and chief marketing Officer at Guess.
“We started thinking, What’s the next thing that kids can do to be recognized by this brand?
We came up with the idea of the guest tee, and when kids showed up to a Guess party, they would wear the tee as a t-shirt, or as a party hat, and we started to put that idea out there.”
Guess was one of the first companies to make the Guess Shirt popular with children.
In 1994, the company launched the Guess