You know your way around a chess board all your chess pieces: King, Queen, Bishop, Knight (Horse), Rook (Castle, Tower) Pawn. Do you want to be black or white this time? What's your strategy to checkmate your opponent with all the right moves? Wear this to game night, chess tournament, family game room, man cave, or just at the computer for video chess! Great gift for chess club gamer geek.
Looking for an original funny saying fashion t-shirt gift? Look no further. Need a birthday Christmas holiday anniversary graduation gift? House of HaHa is an artist owned brand created by Aaron and Melody Gardy. We design & sell hilarious t-shirts, hats, mugs and a variety of other merchandise online at www.HouseOfHaHa.com. We started House Of HaHa hoping to use our talents in art and humor to celebrate our love for geek culture and hopefully free us from our unhappy day jobs in the process. Being the dreamers we are, we also wanted to make the world a better place at the same time - even if we were only creating a few extra laughs in the world. Then we realized we could do so much more than that. T-shirts can start conversations, bring attention to great causes, support amazing artists, and help promote local businesses. Today we try to make sure everything we do to help our business has the potential to also help someone else. So that's a little about where we're coming from and where we're going. We hope to see you along the way! Go to www.HouseOfHaHa.com to follow our nomadic travel adventures camping across America with our dog Grimbo and a camera! Follow House Of HaHa on social media. Thanks & Have A Reasonable Day (:|)
Be the king of your own castle with the high fashion, 80's inspired Chess King shirt. Founded in 1968, Chess King was a clothing retailer whose concept was a teen shop with highly identifiable stores that had bold coloring and designs aimed at the 12-to-20 male market. In November 1995, the Chess King chain was closed.
Be the king of your own castle with this Chess King shirt. Founded in 1968, Chess King was a clothing retailer whose concept was a teen shop with highly identifiable stores that had bold coloring and designs aimed at the 12-to-20 male market. In November 1995, the Chess King chain was closed.