I want to send ya'll a t-shirt

naominash

naominash

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It'll say,

I'm not crazy. I enjoy being like this!

I think the key to getting stigmatized all the time is to take yourself really really seriously.

That could make anyone look "crazy".

I observe you fellow schizos. I find the " the world has problems, not me" attitude hilarious. And I'm not throwing stones cause I'm the worst one.
 
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pansdisease

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I want one that says: "Help! Im being tortured by interdimensional beings and everyone thinks i've gone mad."
 
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I was thinking about this not long ago. (Ironically a "person" from the past was talking to me [in my head] i.e. Possibly psychosis. About this. We were having a right laugh about it.)

He pointed at someone and said they should wear a t-shirt with a warning on it.

I joked that I should wear a t-shirt that says "Warning: I am a psychopath" or "Warning: I have Schizophrenia"


Ha ha ha.

People would thing it was a joke. But it isn't.
 
naominash

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I was thinking about this not long ago. (Ironically a "person" from the past was talking to me [in my head] i.e. Possibly psychosis. About this. We were having a right laugh about it.)

He pointed at someone and said they should wear a t-shirt with a warning on it.

I joked that I should wear a t-shirt that says "Warning: I am a psychopath" or "Warning: I have Schizophrenia"


Ha ha ha.

People would thing it was a joke. But it isn't.
: ) I mean, it could be a great conversation starter in an ideal world.

Or at a forum meetup!