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Dementia T-Shirts Part II:

Updated: Sep 16, 2020

The Caregiver Collection

Way back in Stumped Town Dementia's humble beginnings, I had the idea that we all needed Dementia T-Shirts, dementia awareness raising attire that sported some of the wild words our dementia folks spit at us in moments of nothing that resembles love.

It never really took off for a couple of reasons: a) most of our readers back then were me, and b) it really is a terrible idea.

But as I've built my entire existence on one terrible idea after another, I figure I'll continue to stumble ahead stupidly with the same strategy.

My favorite in the previous Dementia T-Shirt collection is still...

Here's the tender (i.e. venomous) moment that produced this quote.

But now that I've been at this dementia caregiver gig for awhile I've come up with a whole new line. This time from the family caregiver point-of-view.


Ladies and Broads! Gentleman and Scoundrels! I give you...

Dementia T-Shirts Part II: The Caregiver Collection

Yes, these never-to-come-to-a-store-near-you garments will be the talk of the town amongst the caregiver fashionistas this season!

They have been lovingly constructed with the highest-quality bitterness (tinged with humor), and top-of-the-line frustration (mixed with love).

The Gloria

Inspired by Gloria

The "We're doing our best, PETA!"

Inspired by Mr. Bones

The Ouch!

Inspired by "Gee, I guess she's hungry?"

The "No we're not!"

Inspired by immeasurable depths of patience from caregivers world-wide.

Crafted with care, affection, and an abundance of repressed anger, these gems are completely customizable to your family caregiver grievances!

Want to place an order of 100+ units? Of course not! Nobody does! But if you want to submit your own dementia household's too often repeated phrases I'll happily make you a t-shirt graphic of your very own for those days when you desperately need a giggle.

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29 de mar. de 2021

No Mom, I didn't steal your mittens. But if I was going to I wouldn't do it in July?


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20 de jul. de 2020

For Excorp...

"Her last and final single word to me the day before she died was “love”


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Lickety Glitz
19 de jul. de 2020

The "No we're not!" revised for Rosanne Corcoran, the host of Daughterhood the Podcast (, and family caregiver for her mother with dementia. Enjoy, Rosanne!

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