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(Yahoo)   If you're required to dress in a Halloween costume for work and decide to walk down the street with a gas mask on and a real hand grenade, the police might, just MIGHT have a problem with this   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 42
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2012-10-10 12:25:42 PM
Whatisahandgrenade?
 
2012-10-10 12:25:56 PM
Old?
 
2012-10-10 12:27:29 PM
REAL HANDGRENADE ®
 
2012-10-10 12:27:44 PM
geez what happened to a written article with pics? I can read, thanks
 
2012-10-10 12:27:46 PM
On his way to the airport??
 
2012-10-10 12:28:21 PM
Repeat?
 
2012-10-10 12:30:10 PM
Since when did a fake hand grenade become a real hand grenade?

media.salon.com
 
2012-10-10 12:31:07 PM
Is it, by any chance, made by the same company that makes Realdolls?
 
2012-10-10 12:31:14 PM

ChipNASA: On his way to the airport??


ChipNASA: Repeat?


On his way to the airport??
 
2012-10-10 12:31:39 PM
I preferred my black wings, dark sunglasses, smoking a cigarette for my halloween walk to work. I liked to stand there and just look at folks driving by like I was making note of who they were for later, when the rapture comes.
 
2012-10-10 12:32:46 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-10 12:33:38 PM

PsyLord: Since when did a fake hand grenade become a real hand grenade?

[media.salon.com image 460x307]


Fake hand grenade = real handgrenade
 
2012-10-10 12:34:07 PM

DingleberryMoose: ChipNASA: On his way to the airport??

ChipNASA: Repeat?

On his way to the airport??


Pete and Repeat were standing in line to go through security when Pete got pulled out of line for a cavity search and anal probing. Who was left??
 
2012-10-10 12:34:26 PM
Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?
 
2012-10-10 12:35:29 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


Firemen?
 
2012-10-10 12:48:15 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


gynecologists?
 
2012-10-10 12:52:18 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


Hot Sexy Nurses? With garters?
 
2012-10-10 12:53:39 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


Faat food workers? Sexy fast food workers?
 
2012-10-10 12:56:30 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.
 
2012-10-10 01:08:01 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


Pirates?
 
2012-10-10 01:12:45 PM
The last two years, I've put on a ghilie suit, gas mask, and carried my AR-15 arround on Halloween night.

And no one can complain.... I live in AZ.
 
2012-10-10 01:15:58 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


People who work in Haunted Houses?
 
2012-10-10 01:18:04 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


possibly he works at a costume store that has employees dress in examples
 
2012-10-10 01:21:15 PM

abhorrent1: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.


My company's HR manager tried to shame me into wearing a costume last year for the Halloween party... I was going through some hellsall personal crap that involved trials and meetings with the state DA at the time and was not up for celebrating a damn thing. I got the whole You need to participate in Company togetherness! I ended up taking PTO that day.

/plus, all my halloween costumes are sleeveless, and I kinda need sleeves at work to cover up my sleeves.
 
2012-10-10 01:22:11 PM

OrygunFarker: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

People who work in Haunted Houses?


Digitalstrange: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

possibly he works at a costume store that has employees dress in examples


Can't watch the video at work...are either of these the case? If not, the question still stands...
 
2012-10-10 01:35:33 PM
Anyone wearing a Halloween costume three weeks before Halloween should be shot on sight.

/shoot to kill
 
2012-10-10 01:43:48 PM
Why am I getting a story about a junk-cleaner who returned $114K to a homeowner?
 
2012-10-10 02:26:27 PM
When did Greg Proops start turning into Saul Rubinek?
 
2012-10-10 02:35:39 PM

CapeFearCadaver: abhorrent1: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.

My company's HR manager tried to shame me into wearing a costume last year for the Halloween party... I was going through some hellsall personal crap that involved trials and meetings with the state DA at the time and was not up for celebrating a damn thing. I got the whole You need to participate in Company togetherness! I ended up taking PTO that day.

/plus, all my halloween costumes are sleeveless, and I kinda need sleeves at work to cover up my sleeves.


Several years ago, my department director tried to make costumes mandatory. I pointed out that this was coercion of religious practice (true), that I DO NOT dress up for Halloween (mostly true; I will sometimes put on a costume for a late October party), and that while I was willing to overlook everything that had happened so far, I would not take kindly to any further discussion of the subject. Which got me an apology, and nobody at work mentioned Halloween to me for years. 'Twas great.
 
2012-10-10 02:41:30 PM

mikaloyd:


Would be interested in a "where is he now" story about this guy. Guessing he got body slammed for being such a pussy.
 
2012-10-10 02:56:38 PM
so long as it's sexy.
 
2012-10-10 03:16:59 PM

chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?


I thought the same thing. As much as I would love to have a real job, versus being limited to temping, I pray I never end up at a place that requires costumes on Halloween. I'm fine with allowing costumes, but requiring them is going too far.
 
2012-10-10 03:19:24 PM

CapeFearCadaver: abhorrent1: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.

My company's HR manager tried to shame me into wearing a costume last year for the Halloween party... I was going through some hellsall personal crap that involved trials and meetings with the state DA at the time and was not up for celebrating a damn thing. I got the whole You need to participate in Company togetherness! I ended up taking PTO that day.

/plus, all my halloween costumes are sleeveless, and I kinda need sleeves at work to cover up my sleeves.


I hope your HR manager catches the flu just before Halloween this year.
 
2012-10-10 03:45:45 PM

TheEndIsNigh: CapeFearCadaver: abhorrent1: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.

My company's HR manager tried to shame me into wearing a costume last year for the Halloween party... I was going through some hellsall personal crap that involved trials and meetings with the state DA at the time and was not up for celebrating a damn thing. I got the whole You need to participate in Company togetherness! I ended up taking PTO that day.

/plus, all my halloween costumes are sleeveless, and I kinda need sleeves at work to cover up my sleeves.

Several years ago, my department director tried to make costumes mandatory. I pointed out that this was coercion of religious practice (true), that I DO NOT dress up for Halloween (mostly true; I will sometimes put on a costume for a late October party), and that while I was willing to overlook everything that had happened so far, I would not take kindly to any further discussion of the subject. Which got me an apology, and nobody at work mentioned Halloween to me for years. 'Twas great.


Not necessarily the same but my company support "United Way". Which is fine I suppose. But they used to make each department select someone to give a presentation to the department each year about their drive. They tried to get me to do it once and I had to argue with them about it cause I wasn't being a "team player". Fark you and your team. I do plenty of charity work (more than most I'm guessing). United way isn't one i've chosen to work with. Pisses me off when employers try and push crap on people. I don't care about your religion, politics or philanthropic views. I have my own, don't ask you to participate in them and frankly, they're none of your damn business so fark you.
 
2012-10-10 04:16:51 PM
Once, as a teenager, a friend and I dressed in prison outfits - handcuffs and all - and took a stroll about town. I was escorted home.

/CSB
 
2012-10-10 04:28:36 PM
I miss the days when I worked at clubs in October. All month girls would be whored up, good times good times.
 
2012-10-10 04:42:05 PM

abhorrent1: TheEndIsNigh: CapeFearCadaver: abhorrent1: chevydeuce: Who the fark is "required" to wear a Halloween costume to work?

Really, howstupid. If I worked somewhere that did, I would find the most offensive costume I could though.

My company's HR manager tried to shame me into wearing a costume last year for the Halloween party... I was going through some hellsall personal crap that involved trials and meetings with the state DA at the time and was not up for celebrating a damn thing. I got the whole You need to participate in Company togetherness! I ended up taking PTO that day.

/plus, all my halloween costumes are sleeveless, and I kinda need sleeves at work to cover up my sleeves.

Several years ago, my department director tried to make costumes mandatory. I pointed out that this was coercion of religious practice (true), that I DO NOT dress up for Halloween (mostly true; I will sometimes put on a costume for a late October party), and that while I was willing to overlook everything that had happened so far, I would not take kindly to any further discussion of the subject. Which got me an apology, and nobody at work mentioned Halloween to me for years. 'Twas great.

Not necessarily the same but my company support "United Way". Which is fine I suppose. But they used to make each department select someone to give a presentation to the department each year about their drive. They tried to get me to do it once and I had to argue with them about it cause I wasn't being a "team player". Fark you and your team. I do plenty of charity work (more than most I'm guessing). United way isn't one i've chosen to work with. Pisses me off when employers try and push crap on people. I don't care about your religion, politics or philanthropic views. I have my own, don't ask you to participate in them and frankly, they're none of your damn business so fark you.


Close enough; the choice of which charities to support can be a religious one just as easily as the choice of which semi-religious holidays to celebrate. I give to the company UW campaign, but I'd give more if the charities I actually work with were able to receive that money, and I don't need the guilt-trip presentation. It's been a while since I've worked in a department that expected me to watch it, and my contribution is up because of it.
 
2012-10-10 04:58:31 PM
If I ever was required to wear a costume I'd show up naked and proclaim myself Emperor.
 
2012-10-10 05:14:50 PM

TheEndIsNigh: Close enough; the choice of which charities to support can be a religious one just as easily as the choice of which semi-religious holidays to celebrate. I give to the company UW campaign, but I'd give more if the charities I actually work with were able to receive that money, and I don't need the guilt-trip presentation. It's been a while since I've worked in a department that expected me to watch it, and my contribution is up because of it.


I'm not religious at all but I love Halloween, Christmas etc.. Holidays that get the family together. I couldn't care less if they're religious holidays. that's not what I enjoy about them. My point is, I don't care if what you're pitching is religious, moral or financial support. Don't try and tell me what to support or celebrate.
 
2012-10-10 06:55:19 PM
Maybe he was looking for his mummy.
 
2012-10-10 07:07:43 PM

ChipNASA: DingleberryMoose: ChipNASA: On his way to the airport??

ChipNASA: Repeat?

On his way to the airport??

Pete and Repeat were standing in line to go through security when Pete got pulled out of line for a cavity search and anal probing. Who was left??


the other guy
 
2012-10-10 07:55:26 PM
Is it okay if you start singing "Do You Believe in Magic"?
 
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