This curious fellow has quite a long history.
Using the latest in Interweaving auto badass technology, deep in a bunker under skull mountain off the coast of awesome comes Monkey Gabber. A shirt so epic it’s legend has reached the ears of children for generations. The power to be seen and instantly liked.To be looked at in this shirt, instantly gives the wearer a confidence that is almost supernatural, You will have strangers approach you on the streets, and want in your sheets, praises will be yelled from across rooms. In 1815, an expedition lead by Sir Truthington Fibs Found a dying yeti in the southern Elps choking on a most incredible document, It was a scroll oddly enough in the shape of burrito. (The burrito codex, as it came to be called), It tells the story of a beautiful woman that was the envy of every man, creature, and plant known to science, and magic why not. Many attempts were made to woo her affections, but to know avail. I wondering monk that was also a monkey, happened upon one of these exchanges between the young Woman and a very handsome pink gorilla of Nobel birth. The Gorilla asked the Woman. ” Tell me what you want, what you really, REALLY want.” To which the Woman turned and seductively walked away saying only “Zig a Zig Ah” The Nobel Gorilla overcome with confusion and arousal covered himself with his cape and tried his best to make some, but with little success. The Monk had just such a thing, calling the woman’s bluff, he Donned the most regal of garments, The Tee shirt known by his people only as Monkey Gabber, and boldly jumped from his perch and sticking out his chest walked past the startled, and now partially blind Gorilla Right into the cave, and planted a passionate kiss on the Woman, and walked away. Behind him he heard the woman cry out ” Zig a Zig ah” A smirk began to grow on the monkeys face as he continued to walk away, He had taken no more then three steps further when he was tackled from behind by the Woman, and sex happened. Some say that the expedition failed to find the Monkey Gabber, others claim that Sir Truthington Fibs, continued to search and found the renowned garment, but kept it for himself.