It seems like Halloween brings out the worst in racist individuals because two white girls go black-face and tweet about it. On Monday, I published the story of the Travyon Martin and Zimmerman blackface paint costumes but this takes things to another level.
What would you do if your little ghost or goblin went to a neighborhood house to trick-or-treat this Halloween, and instead of candy they came back with a note explaining that they might be a little too chubby for candy?
I just got done laughing so hard while watching kids react to being told all their Halloween candy has been eaten. Jimmy Kimmel ask parents to prank their kids for Halloween by hitting them where it hurts, candy.
We get it now. The fact that Halloween has become a socially acceptable excuse for women (and some men) to dress as provocatively as possible without getting arrested isn’t some sad commentary on modern society. No, it’s much more than that.
Basically once Labor Day has passed, we spend our time gearing up for Halloween, which means apple cider, carving pumpkins, and loads and loads of terrible scary movies. The only problem is that there are bad scary movies and then there are *bad* scary movies, and the only way to tell the difference between the two usually involves sacrificing 40 minutes or so of your life.
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