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  • ross1948 19:17 on October 31, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    How To Lose Friends At Hallowe’en! 


    Happy Hallowe’en!



    When I was a kid, it was my fave night of the year.

    I liked best the usual disguises, ghosts (easiest, only white sheet needed!) and witches…


    Couldn’t match this witch for scariness!

    …but one year I dressed up as a Red Indian, a chief, naturally, full feather war bonnet –

    – purchased from Woolworths, methinks.

    Now get this pinko creepery from an Idaho newspaper (didn’t Idaho used to be a sensible state?)

    It’s a wokerine, Camyll Reyes, offering ‘guidelines’  – avoiding altering skin color, researching your costume and holding friends accountable…



    Undermine the accuracy of your costume by skipping easy and helpful touches like skin-dye, but contradictorily spend ages on ‘research’ – for a fun party, for Pete’s sake!



    But also start scolding your pals?

    Holding friends accountable?’

    Wouldn’t you hate to have friends like Reyes, killjoy nags, crossing the room at a party to shrill at you to go home and get changed to ensure…

    …your costume does not normalize oppressing a specific culture.


    • Barb Cassain 21:23 on October 31, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      It’s sad that kids ( and adults) are lectured by meanies like the one you quote when all they want to do is have fun.
      Halloween was always great when I was a kid and there were no woke witches like her telling you off if you dressed up as an Indian squaw or an eskimo.
      I dont believe normal people of any culture get offended by seeing others in any costume on their way to a party.
      If they do take offence, it’s their problem, not the costumes!


    • Mack the Knife 21:44 on October 31, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      What a load of rubbish these lefties do talk.


  • ross1948 13:55 on October 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Scots Crawl To BLM For Hallowe’en! 

    National Theatre Scotland bans word ‘spooky’ at Halloween as it is ‘racial slur’




    The arts organisation say that the sinister history of the word during World War II was brought to their attention by staff members at the organisation…



    Shoulda told the woke-weasel staff to get on with their work.

    It seems that, since the BLM rabble started their trouble-making after the demise of the low-life Floyd…


     Black Lives Matter co-founder tweets about killing “men and white folks”


    …inflicting mayhem and arson on so many innocent communities on the other side of the Atlantic..


    …the NTS has been wasting time and effort to censor words that might offend uptight asses obsessed with race.

    Said a spokesman “It might seem mad but… “


    Skip the ‘but!’

    Here’s the “charity’s” contact info –

    National Theatre of Scotland
    125 Craighall Road
    G4 9TL

    t: +44 (0) 141 221 0970
    f: +44 (0) 141 331 0589
    e: info@nationaltheatrescotland.com


    Tell them to stop pandering to pinko creeps.

    • Jock Tamson 23:37 on October 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      These are sad wee people.
      Nobody in Scotland ever used the word spooky as a racial insult.
      It means supernatural, ghostly, haunted.
      Nothing more and nothing less.


  • ross1948 17:34 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Hallowe’en! Horrid Spectres Prowl! 


    Tonight is All Hallows Eve, and although pinko creeps in the English-speaking world have done their killjoy worst…

    Pinko Killjoys Target Hallowe’en

    ….to spoil what was always one of my favourite nights of the year, as the outlawed fun costumes above remind us…



    …true believers in unholy creatures will be on the look-out for horrid spectres, and lo…


    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey  – as grim, awful and grisly in his personal appearance as is his threat to democracy?


    I don’t know about unholy, but if they’ll settle for unwholesome, they probably won’t be disappointed.

    • Amanda Adams 18:08 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Gosh, Dorsey does look like a Tales From The Crypt star!


    • Rannie D 21:02 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Imagine if you’re a wee kid out guising, door to door, and THAT opened the door?
      I don’t know about kids but I’d run a mile!


    • Vicki 21:48 on October 31, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It”s such a shame for the children that they are not allowed to trick or treat. It’s not as if that makes them any more or less’distanced’ than they are in school and parents are mostly around to see to it that they are safe.
      My friends in Scotland tell me it’s like living in a penitentiary there.


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