The boring life of Jerod Poore, Crazymeds' Chief Citizen Medical Expert.

Rxmas Consumerist Orgy of New Products at Straitjacket T-Shirts

I've been putting up a shitload of new products at Straitjacket T-Shirts.  Just the thing for anyone who responds well to retail therapy, with or without Havidol (avafynetime); including those who respond to online window-shopping.  

Most of the new merchandise is in the Pile of Pills motif, featuring buttons and cheap jewelry, and some ridiculous, and ridiculously expensive, household items, such as curtains and a tablecloth.  Those last two are among several items that, while actually for sale, are mainly for entertainment purposes. 

There are also more clocks, with both the pill design and the Medication Time design, some of which are reasonably priced.

By popular demand there are now buttons and magnets.  Currently only the most popular designs are available in those media.  I'll see how well these do before even thinking about adding any more designs, as buttons are a pain in the ass to do in the Pill Font.  As I was adding the buttons to the store I saw the designs fit three magnets, so I threw those in for the hell of it.

I hope to add some new designs in time for Rxmas.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

If I buy a t-shirt, would you expand the section on MAIOs, which you say are "the most effective" antidepressants? Desperately seeking alternative to Prozac before my appointment this week.

Even links to reputable info would be helpful -- much of what Google comes up with seems pretty problematic.

And thanks for the site. I just found it yesterday and can only imagine how many people have been helped by it. I aspire to be one of them.

Jerod Poore said...

That's not necessary. Links and the like I can do.