That top one for sale anywhere yet?
Frank Polk, a salesman at Carriage's Fine Clothiers, says the shirts—which the store received about a month ago—have quickly become a top seller. "It's kind of popular,"
Cutter & Buck, Pennington & Bailes, Peter Millar, Southern Tide and Meesh & Mia.
Everyone in here is fricking retarded.
A)It's a logo similar to something that's already out there
B) It's a god damned children's logo. It's not like it's going to be plastered on national news outlets and recruiting pamphlets. Grown arse men will not be sporting this logo like they did toonces.
Calm the frick down people.