Announcing: Club Orlov Shirts!

Here, for your pleasure, are three shirt designs. They are nautical-themed, highly ironic, somewhat politically incorrect, and they feature pictures of fish and exceptionally witty puns. They are very reasonably priced and are available in every imaginable style, size and color. Free shipping on large orders! Get them for yourself or the whole crew! Please click on the pictures to place your order.

YOUR PLAICE OR MINE?

I HAVE A BREAM!

YOUR WRASSE ON A PLATE

9 Responses to “Announcing: Club Orlov Shirts!”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    “A pun is the lowest form of humor — when you don't think of it first.” ― Oscar Levant

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Thought you might enjoy this recently digitized book about a houseboat adventure from Chicago to New Orleans in 1900. http://www2.latech.edu/~bmagee/louisiana_anthology/texts/waugh/waugh–houseboat_book.html

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Fishy goings-on in my Nyet.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I too have a bream, or will have when it gets here!Jim of Olym

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Nothing yet with halibut in it? Gosh so many fish names … sole, carp, minnow, cod, plus stuff like shrimp, lobster, limpet etc.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    There's something fishy going on with the plaice layout. The sideways feeling of it actually makes me feel like I am a plaice. But I feel like I'm missing the irony somehow, though getting a whiff of it…

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Is there much chance of a customer getting scrod on Club Orlov?

  8. Anonymous Says:

    The general public will feel so confounded by these.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    Marine puns! Thanks Nathan, I was wondering why the plaice was the only one oriented that way.I started to think maybe you could even add to the joke, by putting both \”YOUR PLAICE\” and \”OR MINE\” on the same side. But if you do that, those pesky words fuse back together into the single sentence they came from. Which ceases to be a good metaphor. (Except for one-eyed plaices.)

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