Has anyone else complained about how painfully slow Cafe Press' process to upload apply designs is? I think a better question is: where are the Cafe Press sux shite websites?
I think I'm going to migrate to Zazzle. Their options for mugs look a lot better.
In any event, new sections, new shirts, and I've given the sections thumbnails:
Shirts to buy during a manic spending spree
As if you you deserved to buy these shirts
Anxious and Panicked
Shirts that offer protection in a decidedly unsafe world, by letting people know you want them to leave you the fuck alone.
Obsessed and/or Compulsive
OCD shirts. OCD shirts. OCD shirts. OCD shirts. Wash four times before wearing
My Brain Hurts
Future rags to sop up the mess after your head explodes
Messages for you to project into the minds of others
Those Crazy Meds
Shirts that let the meds express how you feel about your meds
Come out of the mental health closet with these shirts
Say it with Pills
Not otherwise specified shirts
Here are some of the new shirts:
Show your pride of being part of the team everyone wants to be on for some insanely stupid reason or another.
Team Bipolar Captain
We know who we are. You may know someone this crazy. You may even be this crazy.
When too much is never enough.
Agoraphobia: Don't Leave Home Without It
It's an old joke, but it's still funny.
You're not alone.
Team PTSD Captain
Suitable for civilians and service personnel of all ranks.
Team Panic Captain
If you think this is what panic looks like, you haven't seen a pro in action.
Shake things up in your life by joining team epilepsy.
Team Epilepsy Captain
For those who've ridden the med-go-round too often, but aren't giving up.
Picked Last for Team Epilepsy
We are such losers that we're even picked last for Team Epilepsy.
Team Schizophrenia: It doesn't get any crazier than this.
Team Schizophrenia Captain
Anyone can wear a tinfoil hat and pretend to be schizophrenic. Spelling out your trans-dimensional adventures in psychotropic meds is something else entirely.
Picked Last for Team Schizophrenia
What's the stigma like? It's getting picked last for Team Schizophrenia, that's what it's like.
I don't know if I'm going to plaster what I've got uploaded onto any more shirts, let alone upload the remaining designs I haven't already, until I investigate Zazzle. It's taken over three solid days just to do what I've already done, and I've got over 20 finished designs still to go.
Not that these things are selling.