There is probably no item of clothing more iconic than the tee shirt. Plain white, bands/concerts, sports teams, superheroes, tye-dyes, wildlife (howling wolves--you people know who you are!), "designers," and a shitload in between, everyone, at some point in their life, has or had a favorite tee-shirt. Focus: Where does the tee-shirt fall in your current wardrobe? 99%? Just on weekends? Gym wear only? Focus II: Do you tend to only wear tee-shirts of a particular genre (e.g., Harley-Davidson, your alma mater, military, etc.) Focus III: Describe your favorite tee-shirt. I love them, and could probably go 2 months and not wear the same one twice and since most of my time is spent in either the classroom or an office doing research with little public interaction, I wear tee's probably 75-80% of the time, and my collection spans several genres. I started collecting Harley-Davidson tees back in the 90s from dealerships in places I visited and probably have about 30 of them. I have a large collection of rock tee shirts for Pink Floyd (including the one I bought when I saw them perform The Wall in 1980--it doesn't fit anymore, and is well-worn, but I just can't bring myself to toss it), The Dead, The Stones, Led Zeppelin, and Elvis Costello. Then, there are tee purchased for me: Tigger from DisneyWorld (actually, a very comfy shirt, and they got me the ball cap to match), the French flag with a screw going through it ("You can't fly over our space on your way to rip Libya a new one.") my brother-in-law got me, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups from the Hershey's store in Times Square (that actually smells of chocolate), as well as collegiate tees from not only my alma mater, but those of the people giving me the shirt (yeah, I don't understand this either). My favorite though is a very subtle reference to Pink Floyd/David Gilmour fandom. Gimour wore a tee shirt during a concert from Glimour Academy, a private high school in Ohio that is highly regarded for its hockey program if you're into high school hockey, and the shirt became commercially available. Any comments the shirt gets fall into one of three categories: !. "Is that where you went to school?" 2. "Gilmour! great hockey school!" 3. "You're a Pink Floyd fan, aren't you?"