The Girls at Fantoo would rather watch sports than read a romance novel - and we KNOW we aren't the only ones out there!

Our mission is to entertain and educate sports fans around the globe. For women, our beautiful tees celebrate being a fan without screaming it. Soft cotton, gorgeous colors, flirty phrases, all with cool graphics that show off your sports knowledge.

Fantoo Girls - These are The Girls you wish were sitting next to you at the sports bar on game day!

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

The Girls, Astral Travel, and the Demise of the NBA

Before we get to this week's podcast we wanted to announce that our new line of crystal tees will finally be ready for purchase on April 18th! A perfect time for the first two sports - basketball and racing. Our crystal basketball net tee was featured by Women's Wear Daily this past week. After we fainted, we thanked them for their kind words. And people have tried to buy the race car tee off our backs. We're modest, so we gracefully declined.

Each tee is custom constructed with super soft cotton jersey and made softer still by an eco-wash, then gilded with hundreds of crystals - in the case of the race car 1000. They're a must-own! Guys- the ladies will be impressed with your fashion know-how if you surprise them with one - and tickets to a game would be nice too.

Please note that the crystal race car is available in white - not the gray pictured. We liked it better, an we thought you would too. The tees are available in S, M, L, XL and while fitted are not skimpy. Made in the USA and priced at $60.00.
Pre-orders now being accepted by emailing

And now to the podcast...

The Girls are coming to you live from the 5th Dimension, with Darren "Dutch" Daulton as our guide as we ponder the meaning of Playoffs in the NBA when below .500 teams get berths.

After kicking Dutch off our cloud, we praise the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs for giving us a reason to still watch the NBA, toast Phil Mickelson for his mastery in Augusta, and thank our lucky stars we weren't picked first in the NHL draft or we too would toil with no party in the basement of the league.

We toast Martin Truex Jr. for landing our Rookie Look of the Week with a fitting beer, and thump the ladies who fight on pit road. (Boys don't like cat fights, unless they are staged and involve a pleasant outcome.)

Closing with another must hear IT HAS TO BE SAID, The Girls warn anyone attending a party at the house of an American Idol Fan. Grab a hot dog and come have a Spring Fling with The Girls!