Today’s Christmas Offend Is On *Spins Wheel* T-Shirts

To think, it used to be if someone wanted to be Offended they would have to make an actual phone call, write a letter, or just complain to your friends

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A U.K.-based clothing retailer has yanked one of its pajama sets from sale after complaints of the shirt’s message containing a message that some feel to be insensitive.

Boohoo.com was offering a Christmas-themed pajama set with the words “Obsessive Christmas Disorder” printed across the top, complete with the O, C and D highlighted in different lettering.

“As someone whose OCD ruins her f—– life on a daily basis, i can and will throw hands with anyone i see wearing an “obsessive christmas disorder” jumper,” one critic wrote on Twitter.

“This actually makes me feel sick,” wrote another.

As noted by The Sun, mental-health advocacy group OCD Action also commented on the shop’s pajama set, saying it trivialized a serious condition.

“Products which mock or trivialize OCD add to these misconceptions and can stop people who are genuinely affected by the condition seeking help, often due to a fear that they will not be taken seriously,” said the group’s youth service and communications manager, Olivia Bamber.

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3 Responses to “Today’s Christmas Offend Is On *Spins Wheel* T-Shirts”

  1. Jethro says:

    Happy Holidays!!

  2. formwiz says:

    Wrong.

    Merry Christmas.

  3. formwiz says:

    They pulled it because some jerk thought it would be offensive?

    Hell, that’s the whole idea.

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