With all the big fuss with the NFL over who can use Who Dat on shirts I made a design using Cajun French, Qui Que on shirts with a fleur de lis. Even with that initially the NFL stopped me selling them until the Senator wrote them a long letter. I was floored as clearly a phrase I made up in bad French could not be a NFL trademark, but initially they claimed any black shirt with a fleur de lis until they backed off. How could they own the Fleur De Lis? So I went ahead and copyrighted my Cajun French Who Dat, Qui Que, made a bunch of designs and yes they sell all over the world.
See the newest design here- http://www.zazzle.com/cajun_qui_que_tshirt-235290796494586910

To continue this “Who Dat” who owns the rights to what dat, a law firm in Austin TX now sends out letters claiming another group owns Who Dat and has tried to stop the use of any shirt that in any way has anything to do with the phrase.  Seems they think when a common use phrase is registered it is removed fully from the public lexicon. Makes me happy I copyrighted “Que Qui” not to stop others but to stop law firms from sending out nasty letters. I assume as the NFL backed off saying they own the Fleur De Lis this law firm will eventually stop sending those letters out too.
PSS- Well seems the Austin Law  firm is sending out a bunch of letters, read this blog too-http://blog.wearyourstory.com/new-orleans/san-antonio-brothers-threaten-to-sue-storyville-claim-to-own-who-dat/ They too received a nasty letter about use of “Who Dat”.
PSS- All over New Orleans again people are up in arms over the two guys in Austin TX having a law firm send out letters to locals using the phrase “Who Dat”. The local news has carried stories about it and local shops are mounting a ribbon protest to wear to the Monday Night football game. So far all I can do is offer my designs with just a Fleur De Lis but Zazzle allows you to customise on the web so you can add whatever phrase you want, any number, any name to the shirts I had to remove because of the claims by others to own the fleu de lis and  the phrases we cheer with. So follow this link, add in whatever you like and Zazzle with print it and ship it direct to you. Shirt Link- http://www.zazzle.com/figstreetstudio/fleur+shirts
Fig Street Studio designs logos. Zazzle custom apparel is created using the latest and most advanced technologies to give you the most complete custom apparel offering on the web! Choose from three different apparel processes, digital printing for small orders with unlimited colors, screen printing for the group t-shirts as low as $2.99/shirt, or custom embroidery for a professional garment with your logo artwork. Zazzle has over 400 styles and colors (including American Apparel), and shirts up to 6XL. If you need  a logo or shirt design e-mail jerry@figstreet.com.
HOW  TO CUSTOMIZE AT ZAZZLE:
Simple click on the yellow customize button and follow the edit text link, type in your changes to add text. Get familiar with it a minute and then you can add most anything to the fleur de lis. Here is a helpful link-http://zazzle.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/120