Let’s Go One Year without Offensive Halloween Costumes

Another year to remind people what they should and should not wear this Halloween

I will freely admit I don’t understand the obsession with Halloween. My family is hardcore Baptist. The church I went to as a child, didn’t allow women to wear pants or make-up so you know Halloween was viewed as “satan’s day”. If you’ve seen the Waterboy, the members of the church remind…

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