Moving To Canada

USD $28.00
Unisex 100% Cotton T-Shirt
USD $28.00

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Why Did We Design This? So this election has us a little nervous. OK, really nervous. Nervous enough to make Bush v. Gore seem like the good ole days. But if you've lost faith, just remember... Canada!

Seriously, Canada. They have hockey, which is sort of like basketball on skates but with less scoring/more blood. They also have ketchup chips, coffee crips, polar bears, same-sex marriage, poutine, universal heathcare and elk. (Watch out for elk, by the way. They'll mess you up.)

They gave us Martin Short, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. (They also gave us Justin Beiber, Avril Lavigne and Nickelback -- but we'll let those slide.)

Plus that flag. So clean and simple! And they call a toilet a "biffy," which is adorable. To Canada!

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Product Type Unisex 100% Cotton T-Shirt

Neckline Crew Neck

Fit Fitted: Not Too Baggy, Not Too Tight. For a baggy fit, order a size up.

Fabric Content 100% Cotton, Sewn in Honduras, Digitally printed in USA



*Length measured from garment when it is laid flat

Designed by Us, From Scratch

Digitally Printed with State-of-the Art Technology

Made From the Softest 100% Cotton Fabric

Finished With an Interior Neck Print Instead of a Tag


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Moving To Canada

Unisex 100% Cotton T-Shirt

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laughter in the office
I'm a conservative; a good friend at work is (may God forgive him) a flaming liberal, so of course I got him this shirt. He loves it, and we all had a good laugh, eh?
canada review
Item is exactly as pictured. very soft material. As always, a great timely joke phrase. Very pleased!

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