Because nothing says 'cool' like having the names of four podcasters and the word NERD emblazoned on your chest.Available in a range of sizes, all with two arm holes, one head hole and a big hole at the bottom for your torso.
COVERNT GARDEN T-SHIRT
No Such Thing As A Fish has been going for almost a decade, so about time we commemorated our ancient podcast with some misspelled merchandise. Special thanks to Dan for eight years of mispronunciation.
OFFISHIAL BADGE PIN SET
Gussy up your drab lapels with a pair of stylish No Such Thing As A Fish pin badges. These metallic butterfly pin clutch accessories will wow your friends (if you have any) - and you can while away the long, dull winter nights polishing them to a high sheen.Each #GetAnnaOnTwitter badge is painstakingly hand-cast by Yamabushi monks in the Dewa Sanzan region of Japan, before being transported to Iceland by catamaran where it is fired in the searing heat of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, and then left to mature for seven years in the pin badge vaults of the Aosta Valley in Northern Italy. The other one comes from a distribution centre in Wapping.
No Such Thing As A Fish - The Ultimate Guide
Call yourself a Fish fan? Then you'll need our Ultimate No Such Thing As A Fish Guide: sixty pages jam-packed with interviews, timelines, maps, art, diaries, raunchy* photos, and of course, FACTS. Delve into the "exciting" world of moss with Andy! Be amazed by Dan's wall of true conspiracies! Peruse James's terrible poetry! Witness Anna's disastrous day on Twitter! And if that wasn't enough, you can uncover videos, music and exclusive lost content via the QR codes scattered through the pages - including a full read-along audio guide with Dan, James, Anna and Andy...*your definition of raunchy may vary
Paralysed with indecision in the face of such a stellar array of branded goods? Never fear! Order the Superfan Bundle: containing the double pin badge set, the Ultimate Guide and a choice of t-shirt, this is the last word in Good Deals for any dedicated Fish fan*.
*Unfortunately the Uberfan bundle (all of the above PLUS tickets to the premiere of Andy's poorly-received independent film 'Moss Congeniality', an annual subscription to Anna's spin-off podcast where she just drinks and slags off the other three, and a vial containing a lock of James's hair) has been discontinued due to it only being bought by absolute creeps.