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Wackjob parents are posting this TRIGGER WARNING for Trick-or-Treaters

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 Ukshep    21,683

It’s Halloween season, which means PC-minded parents are finding new things to be offended by. An image circulating online, however, just may be the dumbest example of “triggering” we’ve ever seen.

The image features “offensive” Halloween costumes and a warning that children wearing these costumes will be denied candy. Parents are encouraged to print the image out and post it on their front door. The image, seen in full below (click on link to see image), lists different types of costumes and why they are offensive.

http://silenceisconsent.net/wimpy-parents-posting-trigger-warning-trick-treaters/

One of the images here

http://silenceisconsent.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/halloweencostumes.jpg

I mean seriously?

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Stay safe, be sure to double check your kid's treats, if you decide to go out.

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21 minutes ago, yaknow said:

I  will throat punch the fist person that denies my kids candy because of what they wear.il take that charge

I refuse to give candy to kids dressed as blatantly obvious illegals.

I also refuse to give candy to kids dressed blatantly homosexual.

I also refuse to offer candy to kids who blatantly or otherwise resemble Obama's offspring.

Happy Halloween 🎃.

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 thedudeabides    2,493
2 hours ago, Ukshep said:

It’s Halloween season, which means PC-minded parents are finding new things to be offended by. An image circulating online, however, just may be the dumbest example of “triggering” we’ve ever seen.

The image features “offensive” Halloween costumes and a warning that children wearing these costumes will be denied candy. Parents are encouraged to print the image out and post it on their front door. The image, seen in full below (click on link to see image), lists different types of costumes and why they are offensive.

http://silenceisconsent.net/wimpy-parents-posting-trigger-warning-trick-treaters/

One of the images here

http://silenceisconsent.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/halloweencostumes.jpg

I mean seriously?

EGG THEM WITH FIRE. 

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2 hours ago, Ukshep said:

It’s Halloween season, which means PC-minded parents are finding new things to be offended by. An image circulating online, however, just may be the dumbest example of “triggering” we’ve ever seen.

The image features “offensive” Halloween costumes and a warning that children wearing these costumes will be denied candy. Parents are encouraged to print the image out and post it on their front door. The image, seen in full below (click on link to see image), lists different types of costumes and why they are offensive.

http://silenceisconsent.net/wimpy-parents-posting-trigger-warning-trick-treaters/

One of the images here

http://silenceisconsent.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/halloweencostumes.jpg

I mean seriously?

I'm going to go out on a limb here and state what we all secretly know: American Halloween kind of sucks, always has & always will. It's right up there with American "New Year" and Valentines Day — and don't even get me started on "Christmas"

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Yeah, that's right! Humbug on the lot of them!!!

:yup:

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6 minutes ago, thedudeabides said:

EGG THEM WITH FIRE. 

Who's offensive?

Apparently these folks find native Americans, military personnel and law enforcement offensive but label the figures and changing the dialog.

Isn't labeling considered bigotry?

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In America's defense: Labor Day, Memorial Day & Thanksgiving.

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 Quiet Storm    989

I shut down the house on that day/evening.  Haven't handed out candy in 15 yrs. I go to the Local VFW and enjoy some cocktail's with the old Vets. 

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Although Armistice Day becoming Veteran's Day ... well, I'll keep that opinion private in deference to CT's peculiar version of PC. (Apple pie, yee-haw! *ahem*)

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4 minutes ago, expert on stuff said:

In America's defense: Labor Day, Memorial Day & Thanksgiving.

Americans certainly don't need defending by someone who doesn't know the meaning of giving your sweetie a box of chocolates, children hunting for eggs and the warming memories of Christmas cheer.

What's your favorite holiday in your country?

Probably either boxing day or Hanukkah.

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