Why The Haggis Has One Leg Shorter Than The Other T-Shirt
January 25th is Burns' Day when Scots throughout the world celebrate the life and poetry of Robert Burns, generally regarded as Scotland's finest poet, with supper parties where much Scotch whisky is drunk, poetry recited, speeches given, and haggis consumed.
I'm sure you've always wondered why the haggis has one leg shorter than the other. As a light hearted commemoration of Burns' Day this T Shirt visually provides a very simple explanation of haggis anatomy.
Although the explanatory diagram cannot be changed it can be re-sized or even moved to the back of the T Shirt.
The design suits any dark colour T shirt or sweatshirt. There's a light colour apparel version available - choose from the panel below.
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This Haggis Shirt is available on white and light colour shirts (with dark printing) or on dark coloured shirts (with white text print)
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