Knights Who Formerly Said Ni
The Artist Formerly Known as The Knights Who Say "Ni"
When I started at ThinkGeek, all there was was swamp. All the merchant monkeys said I was daft to build a t-shirt empire in a swamp, but I built it all the same, just to show 'em. It sank into the swamp. So, I built a second one. That sank into the swamp.
You know those holiday gift lotteries where everyone pulls somebody else's name out of a hat and tries to figure out what to buy that person that isn't, say, a set of festive holiday salt and pepper shakers or mulled cider potpourri? Well, if you drew one of the knights who until recently said "ni" as your choice, you'd be in luck. The whole scene is basically one long wish list. You could deliver the mightiest tree in the forest, wrapped up in a bow, or possibly just the herring, which is easier to transport. And, of course, shrubberies. You can never go wrong with a shrubbery (one that looks nice but not too expensive). Or, if you knew the knight's size, you could get him a shirt honoring his profession. One very much like this one.
Knights Who Formerly Said Ni coat of arms printed on a tan, 100% cotton t-shirt. The coat of arms includes the head knight's helmet with antlers flanked by two herring. The central shield is emblazoned with either a shrubbery or the mightiest tree in the forest, depending on your interpretation, and bears a scroll which reads, "Ecky ecky ecky ecky pakang zoom boing." And don't argue with us about the words. Ain't nobody got a definitive version, so we don't want to hear it. Don't make us break out the herring on you, because you know we will.