Christopher Herdt's Spider Tie
Christopher Herdt's Spider Tie came from the Value Village (now called Value World) on Michigan Ave. in Ypsilanti, Mich. It was in a bag of ties for only fifty cents.
Christopher Herdt feels that the tie was meant for him; why else would the greatest necktie on Earth be hidden in a bag of hideously ugly ties? (Although I am also partial to the black necktie with the red Motorcraft logo printed all over it.)
Aside from the fiendish grinning spider, Christopher Herdt's Spider Tie also features other strange creatures surrounding an ark. Could it be that the anthropomorphic biped rabbit, the two-headed donkey, and the aquatic yak didn't make the cut on Noah's grand voyage? Are these the creatures that were left behind?
Christopher Herdt's spider tie may have biblical implications, but it is not a religious tie. It is appropriate for all occasions, regardless of faith or creed.
Thanks for visiting. If you have an upcoming special event, why not make it more special by wearing the world-famous spider tie? (A deposit may be required.)