Once upon a time in Australia, at the turn of an era known as “the 90′s”, alcohol-fueled bar sports were limited to simple hand-eye coordination leisure games and fighting. That is until Queenslander Chuck “Chally” Wallas changed the way bar patrons competed forever with the invention of Knifey Spoony. While the official rules were neither recorded nor originally followed, the sport always included at least one knife and an undetermined quantity of spoon-like flatware. Several versions of the sport now exist, some with elaborate house rules involving dunk tanks or red-hot pokers.
Knifey Spoony quickly swept the country, with countless local bars hosting tournaments from coast to coast. Now you can get in on the action with this official jersey commemorating the ’95 Queensland Regional Outback League Championship. With its heather-gray athletic cut and maroon logo, this shirt will make you want to throw back a schooner and yell, “Buggah!”
Wear this shirt: While comparing knives to spoons, enjoying a cold tinny, or starting a fight with some bloke.
Buy this shirt for: English convicts, unruly roommates, or Paul Hogan.
This shirt goes well with: Bowie knifes, Australian bush hats, khaki shorts.