A shirt often worn when one is drinking tea, this definition dates back from early english explorers in africa in the late 1600's when these would be referred to as Tea-shirts. Later in the industral revolution, snotty urchins could not spell 'tea' so the word was shortened to Tea
by Firerain January 11, 2004
Typical protective fabric covering of the fashionably lazy, so named for the T-shape it has when laid flat. T-shirts may be short- or long-sleeved and often feature witty phrases emblazoned in a variety of interesting and hard-to-read fonts.
He wore a T-Shirt and jeans, neither the worse for being stored carefully on his bedroom floor.
by geekycat December 26, 2005