Donald Trump Jr. continues to display that he, much like others in his family, is truly the worst, “joking” on Twitter that he would take half of his daughter’s Halloween candy to teach her about “socialism.”
Usually when it comes to Halloween and terrible candy/snackage, candy corn, which can really only be the work of the devil, usually (and rightly) gets the hardest of the disses.
An Omaha, Neb., man is now at the center of a heated debate after he wore a costume that some are calling inappropriate to two children’s events at two local malls over the Halloween weekend.
Allegedly, racism is the purview of po’ white trash. You know, those uneducated bastards who love monster trucking, Paula Deen biscuits, Confederate flags and “Lock Her Up” T-shirts for a quick run to the Piggly Wiggly. These folks have more guns than teeth (dental benefits seem to have a direct correlation with how…
Tonight the White House will be turning into a true house of horrors as throngs of kids descend upon the pearly gates of hell to do some trick-or-treating.
This weekend, kids all across the country knocked on doors, begging for candy and threatening neighbors with “tricks” in the tradition of the annual Halloween bullying tactic in which children extort sweets from hardworking adults.
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In 2015 a white Alabama schoolteacher was forced to write a public apology after pictures of him dressed up in blackface for Halloween went viral.
Yo, it’s been a hard year for black people. Overt racism and microaggressions abound. Here are eight costumes that you can wear to reclaim and proclaim your power.
It’s Halloween season, which means being forced to pretend you don’t want to choke-slam old ladies for giving you marshmallow circus peanuts or candy corn (or, as I call it, “the devil’s butt plug”).
In which we look back at simpler times.
As Halloween nears, I’m reminded of the time 20 or so years ago when my then-7-year-old nephew spent the entire year talking about Halloween. How much candy he was going to get, how great his costume was going to be, how many houses he was going to hit—he was an unceasing stream of Halloween-related predictions,…
Requirements: A “full beard with no mustache” mask. Patchouli-marinated dashiki over some joggers and Polo boots. A white blow-up doll (your date). Absolutely, positively, no lotion.
America’s got issues right now, y’all. The citrus in chief is about to get us nuked. Racists are racisting harder than ever. Shrimp went off sale at Publix.
Photos circulating that allegedly show Virginia high school students throwing up the Nazi salute, including one wearing a Ku Klux Klan robe, have prompted an investigation by the school district.
Ted Bonner, a Blevins (Ark.) School Board member, painted his face black, distressed his teeth and, while carrying a sign that read, "Blak [sic] Lives Matters," apparently wore the costume to a Halloween party in October, Raw Story reports.
He had been warned about this.
From whichever day happened to be the day after Halloween in 1996 to whichever day happened to be the day before Halloween in 1997, my then six-year-old nephew obsessed — daily! — about who and what he was going to be for Halloween. He'd wake me up at 3:17am (we shared a bedroom) to say he wanted to be "The Fresh…