Post-Traumatic Aritzia Disorder

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Post-Traumatic Aritzia Disorder | Slang | A “mental condition” jocularly endured by a sisterhood of former Aritzia employees (a local women’s fashion company). Symptoms may include insincere smiling, inexplicable cattiness, sandwich hallucinations, latent ESL-envy, “on-trend” anxiety, and the inability to urinate without first folding items of clothing. Often shortened to its acronym, PTAD.

Usage: “It’s hard for me to be in any retail environment without my PTAD welling up…”explore-the-lexicon

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