19 Shirts That Tell People Exactly How You’re Feeling

Make sure you have the right shirt for every occasion. You can wear your heart on your sleeve! Because GEICO customer service wants to make sure you’re always happy.

1. When you're acting incredulous about your friend's feelings about felines:

EconomyGrocery / Via etsy.com

2. Feeling inquisitive about your buddy's budding facial hair:

3. Outrage at not being considered in the same league as those ANIMALS:

4. When you're feeling literal:

Threadless / Via threadless.com

5. When you're feeling slightly less literal:

Threadless / Via threadless.com

6. Excited about upping the ante on a barbecue bet:

7. When you feel like using obscure sports to secure hand-to-hand affirmations:

Threadless / Via threadless.com

8. When you want brevity to express the world of bone-related japes:

RogueAttire / Via etsy.com

9. When you want to make light of your fear of both difficult-to-spell words AND imaginary monsters:

TheShayskiShop / Via etsy.com

10. When you need to communicate your love of spuds, no matter what the people say:

11. When you'd like to tell people to talk to the hand after one too many enchiladas:

Threadless / Via threadless.com

12. When you're feeling like expressing the potency of the great outdoors:

Cafe Press / Via cafepress.com

13. When you need to tell someone who is being a little too colorful to calm down:


14. Quite a few years of school done with diploma in hand:

15. When you'd prefer your large hairy buddy would remain incognito:

Cafe Press

16. In the mood for a soothing hot beverage and an extinct reptile:

Cafe Press / Via cafepress.com

17. Feeling playful and eager to dazzle your fellow man's conceptions of reality:

IceCreamTees / Via etsy.com

18. And when you're feeling incredulous about your friend's thoughts on ocean critters:

Spread Shirt / Via spreadshirt.com

Don't forget a shirt for when you're PUMPED about what day it is! GEICO has got you covered:

Get yours at the GEICO store!

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

  Your Reaction?

    Starting soon, you'll only be able to post a comment on BuzzFeed using a Facebook account or via our app. If you have questions or thoughts, email us here.