Last week, when giving Ben Affleck a virtual towel slap for having what we’ll generously call mediocre taste in graphic t-shirts, we explained that the staple’s purpose is to “show allegiance—to a band, a sports team, a social cause, or a preferred skateboard brand”. This fall, however, designers are serving up options that let you express more than just your interest in extracurricular activities and light humanitarian initiatives. With angry, provocative, and occasionally empathetic slogans and completely mental, tripped out, digitized graphics, it’s like they’re saying “here, let it all out”. We’re guessing there will be plenty of folks who’ll take them up on the opportunity—particularly those who can afford to buy basics from luxury brands or cop them for free. For everyone else, there are a few affordable options (Noah’s $48 “Final Warning” T-shirt stands out) or, you know, late-night Facebook status updates.