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Toronto Man Disrespects Sikh Guru By Wearing Disgusting Halloween Costume And Calling Him Guru


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The 6ft+ "kids" with stubble and a visible Adam's apple are having a laugh when they knock on the door at 9.30pm. You're having a laugh, fella, walk on, you aren't getting any sweeties from me at this time.

If they are properly dressed for Halloween then they should get candy.
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I gave a really tubby looking kid an apple once :/ his mother was not amused. Perhaps I should have stuck to candy

Now that's just funny. ?? I hope that Apple was a treat rather than a trick.
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Weird, anybody going to a Sikh's home asking for food should not be denied it.

As usual, you've completely missed the point, Preet Ji.

Just so you know, where I live the police have advised residents not to open their doors to "trick and treaters" if the kids aren't accompanied by parents. There's been a disturbing trend of grown men knocking on doors, pretending to be kids (some people don't think to look through a window before opening the door on Halloween, because the homeowner assumes it's little kiddies at the door) and then forcing their way inside and robbing the homeowner.

So, no, I'll not be throwing my door open to potential criminals who wish to enter my home, in a deluded attempt at Sarbat da bhalla, when my own bhalla will be in serious danger.

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Weird, anybody going to a Sikh's home asking for food should not be denied it.

There's a difference between giving and letting somebody take advantage.

It's 2015 nearly 2016, it's not 1985, where society all ' pretty ' to live in. Agree with MisterrSingh Ji best to be safe than sorry.

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