Sheldon Coopers Unknown Diversity Ship Shirt

Arrrr, me matey's! During all me treacherous journeys 'round the vast oceans of the interwebs, I've came across plenty'a visually similar shirts to this one. To me hearts discontent, I've still yet to find one which exactly matches to this beauty! Suffice it to say, it's quite ARRRRgrivating.

Ahem. But anyway. It appears to be a hand-drawn illustration of ships and boats in the water. I see no pirates or skull and crossbones flags or anything, so I can't quite say why I just felt compelled to do that terrible pirate shtick. Pirates or no pirates, though, I'll keep my eyes open for this one. One of the ships has "DIVERSITY" written on it, which I hear from Urban Dictionary is this:

An old, old wooden ship that was used during the civil war era to deliver large supplies of puréed walnuts from the South to the North. The walnuts were used as a replacement for toilet paper, due to the wartime shortage. Despite the volitile relationship between the two countries at the time, the North figured that it was more important to have a clean ass than to place an embargo on the South's nut shipments. The South figured,"Hell, we need the money".

There have been complaints from the authorities about a lack of diversity in the News Room.

So, you know. Take that as you may.

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