"My Parents Went to Albania and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt."

When Abby and I were here in April, we’d noted that “the kids” all were wearing t-shirts with English phrases on them. It didn’t matter whether the phrases made sense or not – just that they were in English. Some were similar to those I’ve seen in the U.S., such as “Jewels for All Girls, Especially for Me”, but here are my local favorites so far:

  • “Surrender without exception”
  • “Gangsta football team”
  • “Tony Montana Scarface”
  • “Nebraska Impact Volleyball” (apparently, this is a real team)
  • “Pupil Surf”, who was out walking with “Catwalkin’ New York City”
  • “Target Serbia” (with bullseye)

and my number one favorite, “A Good Meadow Must Be Mowed Four Times a Year”