T-Shirt Tuesday: Who are you calling Harpy?

Today's featured t-shirt is this funny Who are you calling Harpy? design with our Birdorable Harpy Eagle. A Harpy is a mythological Greek winged spirit known for stealing food. The Harpy Eagle is named for this mythological animal, but the word harpy is also used to describe a predatory person, or more commonly, a shrewish woman. Most women would probably not like to be called a Harpy, but fans of the amazing crested bird of prey probably don't mind. Our cute Birdorable Harpy Eagle stands here with the funny phrase "Who are you calling Harpy?"

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