Eat What You Kill Tee
n. In business, the belief that a person who accomplishes something should get the full financial benefit that results from that accomplishment.
This phrase comes from the hunting ethic that says a person shouldn’t kill anything he or she doesn’t plan on eating. Naturally enough, it was taken up in more general sense by lawyers, who used it to mean that an individual’s earnings should be based on how much business that person brings to the firm. The phrase is now quite common throughout the business world.
This premium quality t-shirt will keep size and color after many washings. Made from comfortable and durable fine jersey fabric, the shirt is ideal not only for direct-to-garment, but also screen printing.
100% combed cotton for a super soft hand feel.
- 30 singles thread weight
- Fine jersey
- Slim fit
- Made in the USA, sweatshop free