People Are Ticked Off at Target for Selling This Ugly Christmas Sweater

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It wouldn't be the holiday season if people weren't pissed off and rubbed the wrong way about something, right? Target stores are the recent well, target, of all this holiday hating, after they put sweaters on their shelves that have offended people like cray.

Target is facing backlash for selling what some are calling a "disgusting" piece of apparel that "mocks" and "trivializes mental illness." A number of tweets from customers, accusing the retailer of being insensitive by stocking a sweater covered with the words "OCD: Obsessive Christmas Disorder," recently resulted in widespread media attention.

Target did not invent the slogan or anything. But, it can be found on everything from mugs to pillow cases online...and they're one of the largest retailers displaying it.

While some think it's a cute shirt, others are offended AF. We don't like to take sides, so we'll file this one under the whole Starbucks, red cup, thing.
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