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Wat i dont understand is, his own fb post above, hes mentioned 'mileena', 'shao kahn' and 'neatherrealm'. This is all reference to mortal kombat, a popular computer/videogame, which i enjoy and have the new game of on playstation 4. I have never heard of any asian/sikh characters, so this it seems to be some battyboy makin up a scenario. After seein sunnys 3rd post, it kind of cinfirms that, and seein wat this ganduu is doin, its clear he needs a slap. Jus like feminists, these lgbt/poofs have taken their actions too far, and almost goin against their own initial beliefs. So its not ok to discriminate/make fun against gays (correct), but then lets dress up characters that we KNOW will offend ppl of religion n make fun of them.

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Hi penji jkvlondon, how are you? I was thinking this morning not seen you in a while.

had a few days in Chicago just arrived back this morning ... they go mad for halloween there , even people in their normal jobs are wearing halloween getup , the house fronts are setup like cemeteries . Funny thing is this all stems from superstition about All Hallows Night when the mischeivous souls rise up to bother the living, so , the living would dress up live pret, bhoot to trick them and be left alone.

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had a few days in Chicago just arrived back this morning ... they go mad for halloween there , even people in their normal jobs are wearing halloween getup , the house fronts are setup like cemeteries . Funny thing is this all stems from superstition about All Hallows Night when the mischeivous souls rise up to bother the living, so , the living would dress up live pret, bhoot to trick them and be left alone.

Nice hope you had a good holiday. Oh yes our American and Canadian cousins go OTT with the Halloween hulloween mex up too.
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had a few days in Chicago just arrived back this morning ... they go mad for halloween there , even people in their normal jobs are wearing halloween getup , the house fronts are setup like cemeteries . Funny thing is this all stems from superstition about All Hallows Night when the mischeivous souls rise up to bother the living, so , the living would dress up live pret, bhoot to trick them and be left alone.

most kids just do it for the free candy, or the fun of saying, "trick or treat". I'm not sure anyone really believes the part about random souls coming.
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