This film is Gold.
I’m not being funny but get a fucking grip. I’ve had severe psychosis a large number of times. I have stayed in a secure unit of a psychiatric hospital and I am on a number of anti psychotic drugs and will no doubt continue to be for the rest of my life BUT this shirt doesn’t offend me. Not even in the slightest. It doesn’t for one moment make me think this is making a mockery of my illness. This shirt was in no way made with the intention of commenting on mental illness. You genuinely cannot say or do a fucking thing these days without someone being offended. You go and you get that t shirt and you wear it every fucking day if you want to.
I seriously need this shirt
Yeah, psychosis is so hot. I was so attractive when I thought fucking demons were following me & I couldn’t leave my living room, when in reality I was experiencing severe but temporary psychosis. Let’s talk about how sexy psychotic behavior is, wahoooo, so hot, don’t get me started…
there is someone out there to get mad about everything. go get your shirt and wear it everywhere
Oh, you hero! Save them from the nasty sensitive people who are just so darn emotional about their mental illnesses being turned into hipster t-shirts to make healthy people feel more interesting. When you have a painful and debilitating illness that people think is super cool and makes them seem super hip if they lie/imply that they have it, let’s talk again
No, seriously, just wear the shirt. People throw the word “literally” in front of everything, without meaning what they say in a literal sense. It’s a shirt.
You’re right, it’s just a shirt. I’ve found my new calling: profiting off of the glamorization of illnesses. Here’s just a quick sneak peek at how hip my t-shirts will be.
"PTSD makes me horny"
And my personal favorite…
"Don’t let the demons in my head fool you, they’re trying to kill me, but I look really sexy evading them."
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)
*stops mid bj to pull a hair out of my mouth*
Vintage Halloween Pin-ups c. 1930s-1970s