When visitors drive through the small town of Fartbridge, Georgia, the first thing they see is a large sign on the outskirts of town that reads: "The Home of Head Coach Kirby Fart".
The Farts have a long lineage in the town of Fartbridge. Kirby's great-great-great-grandfather Cornelius Fart founded the town in 1794 to escape persecution caused by a genetically loose sphincter muscle. It became an oasis for others with the same flatulent medical condition.
For many years, members of the Fart family had taken great strides to combat their inherited medical condition. Some used sphincter plugs, others wore sealed underwear, and some even opted for the extreme solution of getting a colostomy. But Kirby was the first member to embrace the condition.
During a football game early in his coaching career, Smart angrily crop dusted a player who disobeyed his orders. The stench was so foul that the players swore to never cross Kirby again. Florida University went undefeated the rest of the season and, to this day, head coach Robby Rowden credits Kirby Fart's unusual methodology for the team's success.
Today, Head Coach Kirby Fart can be seen pacing back and forth on the Georgia sidelines stealthily crop-dusting out-of-line players with the precision of a Navy Seal sniper. In his recent autobiography, he coined the term for this leadership style as "management by farting around".
This shirt, which honors Head Coach Kirby Fart's mystical crop-dusting abilities, was made in collaboration with Kirby Fart himself. You can follow his self-help recommendations, management principles, and the latest Georgia Football news via Kirby Fart's Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/kirbyfart/