Wonder if I’ve jumped the shark with the whole zombie ideas thing…Nah!😉
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What about a t-shirt with a shark eating a zombie? Now that’s a t-shirt to spend some money on.
By: Edmund Hart (@DistribEcology) on October 18, 2011 at 5:37 pm
I already spent my t-shirt money on this t-shirt. But it was a tough choice–a bit of googling revealed many tempting options!
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