How the Deer Gets His Antlers

by Edgar R. McHerly

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Come on in! Have a seat. What are we doing this season?

Paul was just in here last week. Spring’s always my busiest season!

Okay, so last year we went with an eight point look. How did you like that? I remember you skipped the 10-point because you didn’t want to stand out to hunters. Were you able to successfully rut and find a mate?

Great!

Okay, so I wouldn’t go lower than eight then. Now, obviously it’s a new year, ladies are looking for something different, and you’ve got to prove your genes enable you to weather a tough winter and spend an inordinate amount of energy growing ornamental head gear.

Now let’s see; you’re a young buck but you’ve got a couple winters under your belt. You’re strong, quick, and fresh-faced. Let’s make a splash! I’m thinking 14-points.

I know, I know, it’s totally ostentatious! But that’s why it works, and you’ve definitely got the bone structure for it. Oh come on, take a chance! Look, if you want a real, legit shot at passing your genetic material on to some progeny with a REAL female, I’m talkin’ a doe with a tail white as snow and pencil-thin legs that go on for days, we need to go big. Any guy with a musk can hook up with some floozy who’s going to wander in front of a Subaru in a week; you want something better!

Yeah? You like? Great! Let’s get you washed and I’ll start putting some velvet on these implants. This is going to be a great Spring!

Wear this shirt: In the shower! Playing tennis! Swimming! Literally anywhere you’d wear you’d wear your natural antlers!

Don’t wear this shirt: In the woods. The deer are going to be mad when they see the secret’s out.

This shirt tells the world: “I have to keep up aDEERances. Heh? Get it? Ah, what do you know.”

We call this color: Canary Comb-Over

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Features

Pantone Colors:
615C - 4665C - 7503C- 367C - 575C - 7532C

Features:
• Fiber Content: 4.5 oz 100% Combed Ringspun Cotton
• Manufactured In: Honduras/Nicaragua
• Printed In Carrollton, Texas, USA
• These shirts are printed to order. That means most of the time, we'll be printing using DTG technology

Sizing Chart:
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How the Deer Gets His Antlers by Edgar R. McHerly
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