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The Incorrectness of Santa
Compare Things To Hitler
"It's the loony bin. They want to know if you're coming back."
"Can I say something obnoxious and inflammatory under the pretense of playing devil's advocate for a moment?"
"Thanksgiving is politically incorrect, turkey is politically incorrect, yams with marshmallow fluff are politically incorrect - and disgusting."
"Isn't it great out here enjoying clean, unproblematic nature?"
"I hope we have whatever it is we may or may not still be allowed to call Indian summer."
"I'm appalled by your lack ofinsight and sensitivity. I find your narrowminded and misguided views both cruel and offensive..." But all he heard was, "Bring it on, baby, bring it on."
"...So we arrived at 'Enjoy in whatever way you see fit this particular time of year'..."
"Would any of you guys be offended if I told a joke that is a touch prurient?"
"Not to be a stick in the mud, but I find 'Torch and Pitch Fork Day' kind of offensive."
"Your continued use of that phrase victimizes my people."
"She's struggling to express her appreciation of the All Blacks Rugby teams physiques without sexually objectifying them..."
'This just in...a proposed bill in congress claims the first 10 amendments are 'politcally incorrect'.'
"I don't own a wood stove. I burn oil."
Gauntlet Cards, Respond at Your Own Risk
"We've been sent a policy on Christmas cards to make sure we don't cause undue offence."
Remember when being P.C. meant you liked Perry Como.
'Keep walking towards the light. . .Oh, I'm sorry, step forward about twenty paces.'
'Fred has stuff on his PC that isn't PC at all!'
'Is it just me, or does it also bother you guys that he eats animals crackers?'
Betty had a history of inappropriate and insensitive type comments at Christmas. . .
'I'll have to get back to you later. It's absolutely nuts here!'