These Odd Future Shirts Should Not Be Banned From Schools!

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Earlier this week, a high school in Connecticut made the decision to ban Odd Future t-shirts. This is the biggest attack on civil liberties since everybody on Facebook was peer-pressured to change their profile pictures to an ugly = sign to avoid looking like a LGBT-hating asshole. Odd Future t-shirts should never be banned, especially within the realm of academia. Because Odd Future t-shirts teach lessons that transcend even the most prestigious institutions of higher learning. And government. And life. Let's take a look at a few.

It is important to know that Radio Shack still exists. It doesn't matter that Radio Shack always looks like it was just robbed or that Radio Shack still sells beepers or that Radio Shack isn't a Shack of Radios at all, but a store you forgot about in the back of your local mall. This is exactly why this Odd Future Shirt is so important. Odd Future wants to teach you to remember the past and to implement all that you have learned from it in the odd future. They also want you to know that anyone can be employee of the month at Radio Shack.

High School cafeterias across the country like trying to convince kids that hot dogs are good. They are not good. Hot dogs are terrible and they are angry. They've been mixed with every sort of repulsive animal body part -- lips and assholes, mostly -- and are fashioned into a phallic tube of angst. They want revenge. Odd Future understands this and commends their shank-in-hand pursuit of justice. Buy this shirt to show your solidarity with the hot dog before the revolution. Before it's too late.

Far too many young adults don't realize how great being high is until it's too late to enjoy it. Odd Future doesn't want you to miss out. The high life is the only life worth living. Additionally, wearing this shirt while high serves as a very stylish disclaimer to all those whom you come in contact with while wandering around your home/school/office/city for food.

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