‘LMAO!’ How did this kid’s mom NOT notice what was on his shirt? [pics, video]

Need a break from the never-ending garbage news cycle? Try this on for size:

What’s more amazing here, the headline or the shirt? pic.twitter.com/qBNh9s1TDY

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) April 10, 2018

The story’s pretty great, too:

What would you do if you accidentally sent your 10-year-old son to school in a less-than-appropriate McDonald’s t-shirt? If you’re Texas mom Shelly McCullar, you own up to the mistake in a hilarious Facebook post that quickly went viral. Her son’s shirt might have looked like the famous Mickey D’s golden arches, but upon closer inspection, it’s clear that they are actually a woman’s legs spread open to look like the famous M logo. Just to top off the inappropriate sandwich, the shirt also includes the famous “I’m lovin’ it” slogan. It’s an honest mistake but that doesn’t make it any less funny.

the mother’s “apology” is hilarious.

— Coach Dan (@DBlaskovitz) April 10, 2018

McCullar took to Facebook last week to set the record straight on what happened:

McCullar is embarrassed. And it’s hard to blame her, honestly. But if anything, we should be thanking her for giving us something fun to focus on for a change.

That’s fantastic

— Brian Edwards (@edwards39759) April 10, 2018

Gives new meaning to a Happy Meal

— Dave Westwood (@qwestwood) April 10, 2018

There’s got to be a special sauce joke somewhere in there…

— TakesAPotemkin (@IggyBeeBop) April 10, 2018

Oh. Em. Gee.

Whoever made that shirt should pay that mom royalties because they are about to sell out

— Rich Perkins (@richwdeperkins) April 10, 2018

That’s entirely possible:

Haha. Where can I find one

— Will (LTC) (@Gastan44) April 10, 2018

Where can I get a shirt like that? Lmao!

— charles folger (@lcdawg80) April 10, 2018

Need this

— Brady Baxter (@bradybax) April 10, 2018

I really need that shirt

— shawn sullivan (@therealsullly) April 10, 2018

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