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Leonardo Da Vinci was a Renaissance man, whose curiosity was equaled only by his power to invent. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of all time and perhaps the most diversely talented person ever to have lived.

There has always been a lot of interest in Da Vinci’s works, but recently with the making of films such as The Da Vinci Code, researchers have begun digging deeper into his creations, looking for hidden codes and meanings. Tom Hanks himself recently grabbed the original drawing of the Vitruvian man and began peeing on it right in the middle of the Louvre, after a few moments this partially hidden image of the Vitruvian man with a guitar showed through on the drawing. Causing historians to ask “Did Da Vinci invent Rock and Roll ?”

Feb 15th, 2017 | Filed under Shirts

This is a picture of me as a child with my favorite childhood pet going to school for show and tell.

You probably didn’t hear about me and my T-Rex, not because it didn’t happen, but because all the witnesses are already dead.

I don’t think my poor T-Rex was evil, he just did the things that T-Rexs like to do, like running around, smashing things and eating people. He was really cool, one time he ate a whole motorcycle.

Feb 15th, 2017 | Filed under Shirts

Though “Fast Food” in modern English usually describes paper wrapped greasy food products peddled by clowns, the term does have a much longer history. The oldest known use of the term “Fast Food” has been discovered inside France’s Lascaux caves, though the caves are famous for 20,000+ year old wall drawings, a stone slab formation […]

Feb 13th, 2017 | Filed under Shirts, Work

This shirt contains no hares, lapin, coney, cony, cottontail, cuniculus, lagomorph, bugs, bunny and most certainly no rabbits. It does not contain any lewd, crude, or any other type of explicit act nor imply anything of the such. Any belief that said shirt might contain or imply sexually charged images of rabbits, or any such suggestions would simply prove the perversion of the viewer, and therefore discredit said viewer’s statements so as not to be admissible in any just minded court of law.

Feb 12th, 2017 | Filed under Shirts

I’m Popeye the pris’ner man. Blutos gots me in the Can. He made such a ruckus so I kicked his tukus I’m Popeye the pris’ner man. I’m one tough delinquent, which hates all indignants. Wot ain’t on the kind ‘n fair. I bites ’em and butts ’em and likes to out roughs ’em So none […]

Jan 4th, 2017 | Filed under Poetry, Shirts