Eat What you Kill (Red)

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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.



- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Baby-knit jersey
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Cover stitched and hemmed sleeves
- Side-seamed
- Fabric weight 4.2 oz.

This super-soft, baby-knit t-shirt looks great on both men and women. It is an updated unisex tee, which fits like a well-loved favorite. Made from 100% cotton, except for heather colors, which contain polyester.