What’s good can be very good, but it can also be something a little bit bad. However, if we make all the bad things good things, and all the good things bad things, then every thing will be nothing, and we’d have nothing to talk about.
People don’t believe us when we tell them the Egyptian God Horus created vegan ham over 4000 years ago. “Vegan ham?”, they say, “it can’t be done!”. Of course it can, and Horus is the one who did it.
Some of you may roll your eyes at the idea of vegan ham—and for that, Horus will deal with you later. For the rest of you, Horus has a restaurant that has sold vegan ham for roughly four millennia. It’s called Horus’ House of Vegan Ham. You probably haven’t seen it. It’s one of those places that if you go looking for it you won’t find, but when wandering aimlessly you’ll discover without effort. This explains its absence from popular travel guidebooks, such as Rick Steves’.
We also don’t know where Horus’ restaurant is, exactly, but he hired us anyway. Our job was to recreate one of his early promotional t-shirt designs. We worked on it like 10 to 30,000 slaves until we got it just right. Here is our authentic original reproduction, the Horus’ House of Vegan Ham shirt.
Tell Me About This Shirt
On the front is Horus in full-on man-falcon-god mode. In his left hand is his hamulet scepter, in his right a delicious vegan ham. Horus welcomes you to be a vegyptian along with him. Horus’ vegan ham is as popular as he is. It’s a perennial winner of the Cairo Courier’s “Best in the Delta” award for every year that has an archaeological record. Lastly, it has his famous ad catchphrase: soooooo good you’ll say ra-Ra-RA!
Ra-Ra-Ra! It’s true about his ham, and it’s true about the shirt. A favorite of ancient Egyptian nobility. King Tut wasn’t the only royalty to wear one! He’s just the only one at this time for which archaeological research shows a record of the t-shirt being in his possession as part of his funerary collection.
The Horus’ House of Vegan Ham shirt is available in our store today as both a t-shirt and a zip-up hoodie. Get one for you, one for the one you love (which can also be yourself, again), and one as an offering for your local Horus shrine.
Horus will really appreciate it.
We preemptively regret writing this post and its role in ending life on Earth.
To clarify, we don’t mean all life on earth will die. There are hearty microbes, swanky niche biomes, and ocean vents a-plenty to which the last, feisty survivors can cling to for life. For most of us, however, life as we know it will probably cease. For that we are deeply, truly sorry.
Our forecast for the cessation of earthly life as we know it, circa 2020, is based on recent experiences. Each time Fabrication Fabrication attempts to launch something new, terrible things happen. Make a button, a belovéd celebrity dies. Launch a new project, populism surges and threatens the foundations of society. Making a sticker? Here’s your locust swarm.
It gave us a lot to think about.
Upon reflection, though, we’ve decided that despite our wretched world we’re launching our website.
For, if you think back on history, is it not beauty that helps humanity survive? In times of upheaval, is it not the very definition of humanity to want a weird monster sticker to scream ¡No Moleste! on your behalf? What else can soothe the itchy thigh of aestheticism other than a scratch from a reflective, food-themed button? And does not the honeyed voice of art emit a plaintive yearning that can only be satisfied by band-related fan art? The answer to these timeless questions can only be…yes.
Let’s also be clear about one thing: whatever butterfly wing we bat in the world is far less likely to cause a hurricane than a butterfly wing ruffled by MobilExxon as it drills for oil.
Therefore, we say…
stock up on tinned goods!
Create a cashless bartering economy with your neighbors!
Top off your potable water supplies!
And secure those boobytraps around your solar panels!
Fabrication Fabrication has a new site today, and the universe is hungry for vengeance.
P.s.: sorry about the bad news tomorrow at work ;__;