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Hilarious $20 Dolly Parton Shirt Is Perfect for Vaccine Appointments

If you're considering getting the COVID-19 vaccine, you have three choices: Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. If you're not sure what you want, just ask yourself, "What would Dolly do?" Take the Moderna vaccine, of course. Next time you're thinking about showing off your coronavirus vaccine card, consider taking a cute picture in this Dolly Parton vaccine shirt instead.

The trending vaccine top will definitely make your friends and family giggle! Plus, strangers will probably feel a bit more comfortable around you (since you're a Dolly Parton fan, duh). Okay, maybe because you're vaccinated, too.

I Got the Dolly Vaccine. Got the Shot. Funny Pro Vaccine. T-Shirt

Where was this shirt when I scheduled my vaccine appointment? I would've loved walking into the pharmacy with a Dolly Parton vaccine shirt. I think the pharmacists and techs would've gotten a laugh out of the short-sleeve T-shirt. If you want this shirt for your appointment (or want one for a friend), head on over to Amazon for the funny tee today.

I'll have to grab a few tees for my friends!

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Imagine trying to explain the meaning of this shirt to someone in January of 2020. I can't believe that last year we were all stuck at home, trying to figure out what was next! Thankfully, we had dedicated scientists, healthcare workers, and frontline workers to help us navigate the crazy times, along with a few generous souls.

The 75-year-old country music legend donated $1 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic. How sweet! Dolly is truly one of a kind. She even received a dose of her own medicine recently. Check out this post Dolly shared on her social media accounts.

No matter how you feel about vaccinations, you have to feel excited that things will (somewhat) be back to normal.

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