THIS MOTHERFUCKER. THIS IS ALICIA ANN LYNCH. SHE DRESSED UP AS A BOSTON MARATHON RUNNER FOR HALLOWEEN AND GOT HER ASS FIRED FOR IT...... So 9/11 is funny but the boston bombings are too far? neckbeards.
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THIS IS ALICIA ANN LYNCH. SHE ******* DRESSED UP AS A BOSTON MARATHON RUNNER FOR HALLOWEEN AND GOT HER ASS FIRED FOR IT....

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#278 - sarcasticone (11/06/2013) [-]
...9/11 is ok. This isn't ...oh may the lord have mercy on our damned souls. Silly United States citizens; maybe we'll go and attack someone else for their oil and look for weapons of mass destruction. Who is with me?


Sense the sarcasm do ya? Good for you.
#276 - fmj (11/06/2013) [-]
User avatar #275 - talonwooten (11/06/2013) [-]
thought it was a period thing.
#273 - jabone (11/06/2013) [-]
You gotta at least wait 20 years before you even think about that.
You gotta at least wait 20 years before you even think about that.
#271 - superfake (11/06/2013) [-]
because the internet is the place to be sensitive about controversial topics

pic related
User avatar #269 - philliyoMLB (11/06/2013) [-]
I believe the Trayvon Martin costume was better.
#268 - NinjaZombie (11/06/2013) [-]
Though not liking it is understandable I don't think it was worth getting fired over. Her boss obviously has no sense of humor.

Pic probably not related.
User avatar #265 - bomberbib (11/06/2013) [-]
The ret of the internet had a ********* over this costume and FunnyJunk is just chill lol.. Shows the morals FJers haver
#259 - onkii (11/06/2013) [-]
So... should we get upset at people who dress up as Jack the Ripper for Halloween too?
User avatar #283 to #259 - travismackie (11/06/2013) [-]
Jack The Ripper isn't exactly a known human being. Nobody knew who he was, only the ******* are confirmed. It's kinda a mixture of a myth, and a true story simultaneously. Also, the above photo is literally just a costume made to be offensive ( I must add that I am someone who hates Holocost jokes (I'm not Jewish either), 9/11 jokes, and practically anything that has to do with lives being taken away). I'm not saying that it is okay that a man did these kinds of things to those women back in the day either, but the character of Jack The Ripper was of an unknown person, and since who he was remains a mystery, people just wonder what this type of person was like, thus why he became well- known. I'm not sure if you get what I mean, and if I sound hypocritical in some way, it is probably that I am sometimes bad at explaining things... but al in all it's reality vs an urban legend built around specific happenings.
User avatar #285 to #283 - onkii (11/06/2013) [-]
What if I dressed up as Charles Manson?

or a zombie Civil War veteran?
User avatar #292 to #285 - travismackie (11/06/2013) [-]
Charles Manson is a god awful human being who needs to rot in hell. So should the two at the race, the guy at the movie theater, the multiple school shootings, and especially those ho killed thousands like Hitler... real life death is pretty much the only thing that offends me, and this is no exception for obvious reasons. Zombie Civil War Veteran o =n the other hand is obviously fake, and therefore not as offensive. I don't know if I'm being hypocritical (if I am, I don't mean to), but there is something that bothers me less when death is fictional.
#254 - anonymous (11/06/2013) [-]
how is this too soon? and why is OP so butthurt? Chill bro.
User avatar #245 - motherfoxckerr (11/06/2013) [-]
This costume is hilarious. You have no idea how much I laughed.
User avatar #242 - eriktheviking (11/06/2013) [-]
Dumbass!
#240 - pixy (11/06/2013) [-]
The real question here is...why would she think that was OK? Like..what was going through her mind.   
   
"Princess?  Nah...Witch?  Overdone... Boston Bombing victim? Hecks yes!"   
   
Also, I highly doubt she was fired just for this.  If she was fired at all...
The real question here is...why would she think that was OK? Like..what was going through her mind.

"Princess? Nah...Witch? Overdone... Boston Bombing victim? Hecks yes!"

Also, I highly doubt she was fired just for this. If she was fired at all...
#238 - cmndrfatty (11/06/2013) [-]
Offensive jokes are hilarious.
Offensive jokes are hilarious.
User avatar #237 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
I disagree with what this woman did, and I agree that it was incredibly inappropriate. Fun fact, some white guy dressed up in a bloody shirt, blackface, and carried around Snapple and Skittles, claiming he was Treyvon Martin for Halloween. He was told that he was bold and clever for his choice, and this woman gets fired. You want a double standard? There you go.
User avatar #248 to #237 - lolollo (11/06/2013) [-]
One guy receiving compliments from people who were probably his friends doesn't equate to a double standard.
User avatar #251 to #248 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
In one case, a woman is fired for a tasteless costume. In another, a man is praised by (And here's the important part) random strangers appraising his costume. I'm not even saying this is a gender-centric double standard, just that if two people do the same thing, and receive opposite reactions, it's a double standard. Rules and respective consequences that should apply to both parties only apply to one here.
#260 to #251 - lozarus (11/06/2013) [-]
I can think of a lot of people who would think a travyon martin costume is hilarious. Most of them are racist and think travyon is just another dead ****** .

I honestly cant think of anyone who would say a bostom victim costume would be funny.

It has nothing to do with gender crap or one being a female. It has a lot to do with racism and people for whom travyon got it coming or is just another dead ****** .


Seriously, dont search for gender discrimination when there this is none.
User avatar #262 to #260 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
If you'd read my comment, specifically #257, you'd see that I specifically said my point has nothing to do with gender, at all.
#266 to #262 - lozarus (11/06/2013) [-]
There also isnt a double standard, because the costumes are not comparable. The bostom victim is withouth question innocent.

Travyon martin being a victim depends on the person seing it and Zim zam was found not guilty by a jury. So its not really the same thing.
User avatar #270 to #266 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
You misunderstand what a victim is, then. Anyone with a decent sense of morality would consider him a victim. Having your life cut short, especially when you did nothing to deserve that, is being a victim. Mr. Zimmerman was found not guilty, and that's that. Legally, he was within his rights. Again, that is nowhere near my point. Two people were treated differently for doing the same thing: Having a horribly tasteless costume. Both had radically different consequences. Ergo, double standard.
#272 to #270 - lozarus (11/06/2013) [-]
Again if martyn is a victim depends on what person you ask. You think he is, for other people, he isnt.

Therefore, its not the same thing. Double standards happen in the exact same situation. For this to happen, a "horribly tasteless costume" is not enough, because what is horribly tasteless depends on who sees the costume. It would have to be the exact same costume for it to be a double standard. Either they both had a boston victim or they both had a travyon costume.
User avatar #256 to #251 - lolollo (11/06/2013) [-]
I didn't say that it didn't equate to a gender issue either, simply that your sample size is too insignificant to make any sort of conclusions that are of any importance.
User avatar #257 to #256 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
Whether you said it was gender-related or not isn't really relevant, since it's not the point. Honestly, I don't give a cranberry-flavoured **** if it is gender-related. But this is an instance of two people, doing the same thing, and having a different set of principles and consequences applied. Unless our two countries have grossly different definitions of the phrase, then this is a double standard. And that was the point of my original comment.
User avatar #296 to #257 - lolollo (11/06/2013) [-]
You know there is still the matter of whether or not your example even happened, though I'd only really seriously bring that up to piss you off more so meh...

There is also still the manner of what we're even supposed to take away from it. Should we feel bad for the woman being fired? Should we go stone that guy's house? All I'm saying is there seem to be more ***** coming from your direction than you realize.
User avatar #298 to #296 - RoyalNightmare (11/06/2013) [-]
The only thing I was doing was pointing out a double standard in our society. That is literally it. What's done is done, and the consequences have been doled out respectively. It doesn't matter whether or not I agree with them, since it's over and done with.
#235 - stgfilitov (11/06/2013) [-]
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User avatar #234 - hybredmoon (11/06/2013) [-]
ITT: Moralfags pretend to be mad about the same kind of **** they normally laugh at.
User avatar #229 - gnarlueck (11/06/2013) [-]
In bad taste?
Yes.
Did I laugh?
You're god damn right.
#223 - mrhadrick (11/06/2013) [-]
i didn't know anyone that was injured or died so naturally i don't give a 						****					, i thought her idea was funny and i blew air out my nose a little bit more than usual
i didn't know anyone that was injured or died so naturally i don't give a **** , i thought her idea was funny and i blew air out my nose a little bit more than usual
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