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Real strange things people give for Halloween? Reading the comments I assume it's the same group that doesn't have daya.

There was a case I heard about. Someone started giving kids coke (the drug) it was really messed up. These sort of things are occurring more and more frequently. In smaller communities who know each other and are well knitted not so much.

Shame honestly.

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his fb profile doesn't exit anymore.

Its normal for these types of people to confuse exits for entrances.

probably realised too late what door handle he is is being

Normally these people prefer the back door.........handle.

Look, the thing is, this fella probably didn't mean any harm. Normally, the gays can't help but being totally outrageous. He probably dressed like that because he thought it made him look totally fabulous.

Basically, I think we need to make up our minds what we think of the gays. If we say we respect and tolerate them then we must accept that they will dress up and do such things as they can't help it. The alternative, as ISIS is doing in Syria, is to throw them off rooftops.

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Its normal for these types of people to confuse exits for entrances.

Normally these people prefer the back door.........handle.

Look, the thing is, this fella probably didn't mean any harm. Normally, the gays can't help but being totally outrageous. He probably dressed like that because he thought it made him look totally fabulous.

Basically, I think we need to make up our minds what we think of the gays. If we say we respect and tolerate them then we must accept that they will dress up and do such things as they can't help it. The alternative, as ISIS is doing in Syria, is to throw them off rooftops.

I personally think he should of dressed up as a fake indian revolutionary from the 40's, and called himself 'mahatma ganddU'.

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Where are the mods people using words like Poof, battyboy, GanddU this is strait homophobia and shouldnt be tolerated

Its funny u havnt made a post condemning this scumbags blatant opportunistic beadbi, yet u ONLY got offended, wen we use words against this mug? Im sorry but we hold our gurus in great light and deep affection, i could give 2 hoots about some bum-bandits feelings and defo couldnt careless about wat chamchay like u say. Wat diference is there in wat this guy did, and wat ram rahim did, by immitating our guru, esp by dressing up? 12th guru, who's a bender?

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Its funny u havnt made a post condemning this scumbags blatant opportunistic beadbi, yet u ONLY got offended, wen we use words against this mug? Im sorry but we hold our gurus in great light and deep affection, i could give 2 hoots about some bum-bandits feelings and defo couldnt careless about wat chamchay like u say. Wat diference is there in wat this guy did, and wat ram rahim did, by immitating our guru, esp by dressing up? 12th guru, who's a bender?

How old are you like 10, offending every gay person buy using homophobic language is how you express your outrage.

Black person does something wrong "your logic" F this N8gger for xyz

White person does something that upsets you "F this Cracker"

Yup thats what Sikhism teaches hate and intolerance dummy

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Real strange things people give for Halloween? Reading the comments I assume it's the same group that doesn't have daya.

I gave crisps this year, never seen kids so excited jumping in the air like they won the lottery.

But the ones in our area never say 'trick or treat', they just put their bags in front without saying anything like this ??I asked what's the trick, and one kid said "you can give us money then we can get what we want ". Don't think so. I never open the door after 7.30pm, that's when the fake kids come.

Seems like halloweens celebrated more by adults parties dressing up etc nowadays from when we were kids.

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