I missed it too. I'd like to buy one for somebody before they get rid of them though:
Me: Want to hang out Friday night?
Her: No, I'm busy
Me: How about Saturday?
Her: No, I think I have stuff to do
Her: Um, probably not
Me: Oh okay, I guess I'll just see you next Tuesday then
Her: ?? Uh, ok, sure.
Her friend: *dies laughing*
So Mister sadchild and Mister Hectic didn't notice the four-letter word on that shirt. Here is a similar story. For my 50th birthday, Teri bought me a shirt. It said::
I noticed the word right away. Unlike with the Walmart shirt, the four-letter word on this one was deliberate. Teri was apologetic: "I didn't see that. If I had known, I wouldn't have bought the shirt." I told her, "There's nothing to apologize for. I love it."
Clear Channel stations played an edited version of that song that said "if you see Amy." The original title sounds like.....well, never mind. And it wasn't original. It was a variation of a 1982 song by April Wine. If You See Kay was released as a single in Canada (Aquarius #6004) and in the United States and Portugal (Capitol #5153). It reached #26 on Billboard's mainstream rock chart.
I edited my post to include the Canadian release of the single. The Wikipedia entry for April Wine doesn't include If You See Kay in their discography. I know not why. It's one of two songs that appeared on Billboard's mainstream rock chart and are listed under "Other charted songs."
The biggest shock of the day came when a classic song began blaring through the on-court speakers midway through a point. “Cotton Eye Joe” began playing on court, forcing the umpire to call a let while the song continued, and the crowd murmured in disbelief. “I’ve never had that happen, let alone with ‘Cotton-Eye Joe.’ I was like: ‘Is this really happening right now?’ Of all the songs. It was just like: ‘What is going on?’"