Let Your Inner Child Out to Play on a Funny Tee Shirt!
Outerwear for your inner child! Rib-tickling funny phrases allow your inner child an outward expression!
Let Your Inner Child Out with My Inner Child Clothing!
Your inner child will love having an expressive outlet with these funny phrase tee shirts!
Do you have an inner child? Do you allow your inner child a range of expression? If not, why not? Don't you know you shouldn't repress your inner child? Instead of repressing, allow expressing - with these exclusive funny clothing designs by My Inner Child!
Inner children are playful, even frisky ... and sometimes just a tad bit naughty. Find a shirt to allow your inner child to properly express himself! ... herself. Itself. You!
Childhood is the most beautiful of all life's seasons.
My Inner Child Clothing
Funny phrases on tee shirts, hats, hoodies, and more!
The funny designs of the "My Inner Child" line of clothing was a brainstorm of mine as I was driving one day. The first one popped into my head - I'm sure it must have been the result of a conversation I was having with or overhearing from my children - and as soon as I thought of the first one, I knew there was a whole treasure trove of funny inner child jokes to put on tee shirts! In case you're curious, the first one was "My inner child needs potty training." (See why I'm pretty sure I was listening to my kids' conversation?)
At any rate, I opened up a Zazzle shop for My Inner Child, a sister shop to This'n'That, my general humor tee shirts (and to my several other Zazzle shops as well, grouped under the heading LOL Teez), and I have received rave reviews for the funny phrases on these tee shirts!
You see just a smattering of the available designs on this page! Click through to see more than two dozen My Inner Child funny tee shirts!
What's So Great About Childhood?
Think what a better world it would be if we all - the whole world - had cookies and milk about three o’clock every afternoon and then lay down with our blankies for a nap.
Robert Fulghum, All I Really Need
to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is as good as dead;
his eyes are closed.
The reluctance to put away childish things may be a requirement of genius.
Rebecca Pepper Sinkler
Always jump in the puddles! Always skip alongside
the flowers. The only fights worth fighting
are the pillow and food varieties.
Buying from Zazzle
You can choose from dozens of shirt styles and colors for men, women, and kids!
Zazzle is a great place to buy funny tee shirts! Pick the design you like, click on it, and once you go to the Zazzle site, you will be able to choose from dozens of tee shirt styles, not to mention a large variety of colors! Men's tee shirts, women's tee shirts, kids' tee shirts - even infant sizes in shirts and one-piece suits! More than shirts, you'll find these designs available on camisoles, sweatshirts, hoodies, and more styles ... even hats and bumper stickers! Infant size to adult 6XL, you will find what you're looking for when you're looking for something at Zazzle!
Technically Speaking ...
What is the "inner child" and where did the concept come from?
The idea of an "inner child" is used in popular psychology to denote the childlike aspects of one's character. It is often used in reference to unresolved or subjective childhood issues. Similar concepts have been around for a very long time: the "Divine Child," the "Wonder Child," and the "Child Within" were used by Carl Jung, Emmet Fox, and Charles Whitfield, respectively, while transactional analysis uses the more concise and simple "Child" to address this concept. The first actual reference to the "Inner Child" may have been in 1963, as the titular character in Missildine's psychological work Your Inner Child of the Past.
Whatever its origins, the idea of an "inner child" has taken hold of the imagination of both the public and the psychological world. While some believe the inner child must be placated and healed, others hold forth the notion of "radical forgiveness" and postulate that indulging the inner child too much may encourage a victim mentality and therefore delay healing.
The rest of us just think it makes great fodder for funny tee shirts and that, in itself, is great therapy for whatever ails you!
It is never too late to have a happy childhood.