October 30, 2015

Costumes to avoid on Halloween

Gavin McInnesArchive

Hey white guys, the women in your life have something to say about Halloween and it involves a lot of bossy crap about not offending strangers who couldn't care less.


* Don't make your skin tone darker. That reminds people of blackface which is wrong. Period.

* Don't wear something that resembles any other culture but you're own. Just don't.

* Don't dress up as someone who has died in the past five years. Six years is fine.

These three rules should be repeated with slightly different variations until you feel bad about yourself and would rather not go to any parties at all. I mean, why bother?



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commented 2015-10-31 10:44:22 -0400
No “a clockwork orange” costumes. That’s just awful brother Alex. I agree brother Pete.
commented 2015-10-30 15:17:53 -0400
The US Energy Department is advising parents and their children to wear green costumes. They suggest dressing up as solar panels and windmills and electric cars. They have a Web site just for Hallogreen, as they call it.

And don’t have lit Jacko lanterns because they contribute to global warming.
commented 2015-10-30 14:57:45 -0400
Andrea – I do what I want, and if the nannies don’t like it, to damned bad! Let them go and sulk in a corner, and cry like the big babies that they are!
commented 2015-10-30 14:13:37 -0400
I wish I could find the picture of my brother when we were toddlers and my parents dressed him up (at his suggestion) as Aunt Jemima!!!!! Gottal love the 1970s. Now we are horrible people if we give out candy, on Halloween…..we are being encouraged to have a teal pumpkin and give out non-food items to be respectful of children with food allergies. I started giving out potato chips years ago to be sensitive to peanut allergies, and now that is not enough. Seriously, I give up.
commented 2015-10-30 13:12:54 -0400
The scariest costume I can think of: Kathleen Wynne!
commented 2015-10-30 12:54:03 -0400
A Halloween Party is no problem for a Muslim woman. She can just go in her normal street cloths.
commented 2015-10-30 11:40:55 -0400
I hate Halloween. I’m not exactly sure of its origin but I believe it was instituted as a pagan ritual to oppose “All Saints Day” Nov.1. Hallowed Eve became Halloween, and it’s just an excuse for normally civilized people to get fucked up. It’s also the busiest time of the year for emergency rooms in North America which seems to be the only culture that celebrates this heathen activity
commented 2015-10-30 11:10:33 -0400
I have a Femen costume all designed complete with boobs, tats and a vile audio track.
commented 2015-10-30 11:05:46 -0400
maybe get a sign which say “offensive” or “politically incorrect” and then you have an excuse to do just that
commented 2015-10-30 10:50:33 -0400
The most freaky thing, would be to dress up as Trudeau.
commented 2015-10-30 09:35:21 -0400
Gavin –
RULE ONE: there are no rules
RULE TWO: rule one only applies to the left