This long-sleeved version of the LA Apparel 20001 tee is a winning mix of comfort and casual cool. 

  • LA Apparel 2007 Unisex Fine Jersey Long Sleeve T-Shirt w/ Tear Away Label
  • Design on back



  • 100% ring-spun combed cotton
  • 30 singles thread weight
  • Baby rib collar and cuffs
  • Tear-away label
  • Made in the USA



"Blabble, bible, babble, bubbling.  

Not enough words to describe the suffering

Flablaglasted by mine own self!!!!

Pronunciation trembling for fear of continuing........

The extreme lunacy

Holding my arms up high

Laying down, in the sound, sinking

Reaching, reaching, reaching  

Gogo gagdetting arms not functioning

Cartoons evangelizing

lies to children listening  

In black and white recollecting the events

Speed tremendously augmenting!

Police behind me chasing

Red white blue blinding

The colors of fafafafafabric over worshipped wrecked by Copernic."

Excerpt from COLOURS a nonsense © by Natasha Tsakos


"Extreme Lunacy" Long Sleeve

  • I want you to love what you bought! If you're not satisfied with your purchase, please return the item(s) for an exchange or full refund. All returns must be made within 7 days of receiving your order. Return shipping must include a tracking number emailed, along with your name, to at the time of shipping. You are responsible for return shipping.


    If the item is defected, please email to receive different shipping instructions.


    If you're asking for an exchange, please ship back the item in question (include a tracking number along along with your name and email for confirmation). I will send your replacement item(s) at no charge. If the item(s) you request is not available when the return is processed, I will issue you a full refund.


    To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. Sorry, I do not accept washed items. If a washed item is returned, I’ll have to refuse it and send it back.


    I am not a big store chain, our operation is small -but powerful:)


    Thank you,


    Natasha Tsakos