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by Lazy Bones Studios



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American Apparel Zip-up Hoodies and Pullover Hoodies come in a variety of colors and sizes. Complete with kangaroo pocket this stretchy, comfortable fit, unisex cut includes double-stitched cuffs and hem.

This is number 021 out of the 088 variations from my IRISH-AMERICAN series in 2013.

If it isn't exactly what you're looking for but close let me know as there are many variants and who knows one of them might be exactly what your heart desires.

Also if there is one of the hundred that has not been sold/issued and you want it to truly be yours and unique we can make out arrangements to retire that version. I do charge a premium for that as I would no longer be able to profit from that piece.

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EduardoTellez commented on February 16, 2013 8:18pm
Like it, it is mexican-like.
Lazy Bones Studios commented on February 16, 2013 9:37pm
Thank you Eduardo. Yes it is the Irish and Mexican flags are muck alike. I have planse on making a Mexican-American version in the near future. It should be a good piece for Cinco de Mayo :-)
Monika Strigel commented on February 17, 2013 2:19am
Bwahaha ... so cool - I like it!
Shane R. Murphy commented on February 17, 2013 4:03am
The irish are the mexicans of Europe! I like it lazy bones!
Lazy Bones Studios commented on February 17, 2013 10:53am
Thank you M✿nika Strigel, I'm thinking of an entire series of these :-)
Lazy Bones Studios commented on February 17, 2013 10:58am
Thank you Shane. I was going to ask you what you thought of this one in that I consider you my direct line to the Emerald Isle. It is very pleasing that it met with your approval. It would be such a pleasure to go there someday. My parents and sisters did some years back but I needed to work. We have much family history from Ireland and Scotland.
pixel404 commented on February 17, 2013 6:05pm
Lazy Bones Studios commented on February 17, 2013 7:31pm
Thank you pixel404 :-)
MUSENYO commented on February 22, 2013 6:36pm
so cool!!! :)
Lazy Bones Studios commented on February 24, 2013 8:41pm
Thank you so very much MUSENYO :-)
Shane R. Murphy commented on February 25, 2013 4:33am
Going back hundreds of years (around the iron age) the culture in Ireland was very tribal in structure , holding similar pagan sensibilities to those of the native Americans; the druids(shamans) in Ireland believed that there were many gods each representing a principle of nature much in the same way Native Americans deified nature. So there are nice crossovers going on in this picture!
You will make it over at some point!
Tia Hank commented on March 9, 2013 11:39pm
Very nice :)
Lazy Bones Studios commented on March 15, 2013 10:33pm
Thank you Shane, I hope you are right sir as it would be such a pleasurefor sure.
Lazy Bones Studios commented on March 15, 2013 10:33pm
Thank you Tia Hank :-)
Knot Your World commented on January 23, 2014 8:17pm
Actually Shane R. M. throws some light on what is the highest, I guess you'd call it "mix" of races in America. That most ubiquitous mingling of blood lines is Celt and 1st American. Clannish warrior culture crossed an ocean and met a Tribal warrior culture and they were both doing their best to avoid dealing with the English! 8-}