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Picture of the Week – The Horror That is Halloween

Halloween is a ridiculous American nightmare suggests Matthew Steeples

 

Halloween is something that children might enjoy but in reality it’s just another excuse for greedy retailers like Waitrose to sell the great British public a load of old tat.

 

Our Picture of the Week was spotted by a reader named David Hart and is taken from a Facebook group entitled ‘Now This Is What I Call British Banter.’

 

It reads:

 

“This is England!!! Not America. Fuck off with your Halloween bullshit you little cunts.”

 

Spot on.

 

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1 comment on “Picture of the Week – The Horror That is Halloween”

  1. With so many people disliking Halloween or being disturbed it is a wonder why it is imposed on the community to such extend.

    To be fair, I am told that in the US Halloween is much less gruesome. In Paris and in London however it did take a “medieval” form of ugly.

    Adults and children alike, when in a normal state of mind, are generally perturbed by images of suffering and death. I do not think it a good thing to expose the community to this for the sake of shock value and profit.

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