Mom sends son to school in accidentally NSFW t-shirt

Mom sends son to school in accidentally NSFW t-shirt

I was stuck in a boring school uniform each and every day at school, with little personal style beyond being as unkempt as I could be without a teacher ordering me to do my top button up. Yet even without being the most fashion-conscious teenager, I was aware of how I looked and was careful not to make myself stand out too much from the crowd.

Anthony, however, likely turned a few heads when he turned up to school wearing t-shirt that was definitely not safe for work, especially at his age. Once his mother realized exactly what went down, she issued an apology for the outrageous oversight, but we can't help but laugh at the whole debacle.

Shelly McCullar, from Texas, sent her son to school last Wednesday, noting at a quick glance that he was wearing a t-shirt with the McDonald's logo. However, by the time he got home from his day of studying at Travis Elementary, she realized that she should have checked what he was wearing more diligently.

To her dismay, she discovered that the t-shirt wasn't some good-natured fast food merchandise at all, but an x-rated parody of the iconic logo. Instead of an 'm', this version featured a pair of parted women's legs in heels, along with the tagline "I'm lovin' it" underneath. In all honesty, it took me a second to see what it really was, but once you see it - you can't unsee it.

Yeah, not what you want your child to be wearing to school.

As Shelly explained in her Facebook post, in which she apologized for the fiasco, this all started when she received a box of hand-me-down clothes from a friend, but didn't vet each item of clothing before Anthony grabbed one to wear at school. According to a video she posted, he assumed it was just "like McDonald's", and no one at school thought to ask him about it.

Shelly's Facebook post has now been shared over 100,000 times. In the post, she explains exactly what happened, and how even his teachers "thought it was like McDonald's too" - at least according to Anthony:

"Once again, my sincere apologies to the teachers and staff at Travis Elementary. I promise from now on to monitor what my kids are wearing! I had no idea Anthony wore this to school!!

"Just to clarify, I would never let my kid wear something like this. A friend had given me some hand me down clothes for Anthony. I haven't had the chance to completely go through them. I will tonight though!!

"Through my embarrassment, I did lmao!! #ithoughtitwaslikemcdonslds #notthegoldenarches"

Even if the teachers didn't notice, there must have been plenty of students who took a minute to look and discover what the image really was. Maybe Anthony is just lying to his mother, and thought the t-shirt was hilarious? It's definitely in line with teen boys' sense of humor (or a lot of adults, let's be honest).