The Most Offensive Time Of The Year

This past month has just been more proof that we are living among a bunch of snowflakes…

It’s the holiday season people, can we have just a month of happiness before going back to hating each other?

Unfortunately for many people, the holidays are tumultuous and emotionally-trying. Sure, it’s a sentimental and wonderful time when families and friends gather and appreciate all that they have. But it also can be stressful, isolating, and mentally draining.

Plus if you aren’t close to your family or don’t have people to spend the holiday with it can be very lonely. However, that’s not the issue on most people’s minds. Oh no, they are too busy being offended to call their granny or invite an elderly neighbor over for dinner.

In fact – based on how the 2018 holiday season has unfolded thus far – Christmas is the most offensive time of the year.

This is the third article this week I’ve written about public outcry regarding some Christmas song or movie, and (quite frankly) it’s getting absolutely ridiculous.

Most people who were born after 1970 know of the famous claymation Christmas movies including “Rudolf The Red Nose Reindeer” and “Santa Clause Is Coming To Town.” In fact, these series of animated Christmas stories probably are markers of most people’s childhood memories.

Granted, watching them now, they come off a tad creepy, but whatever. They were made in the 1960s. It’s not like Pixar was around to offer some cinematic and production guidance.

Now, thanks to an ultra-sensitive society that has inexplicably gone off the deep-end, the claymation movie “Rudolf The Red Nose Reindeer” is inappropriate and controversial.

Why? I dunno. Maybe it’s offensive to all the reindeer out there with abnormal nose deformities.

But in all seriousness, this video explains all the reasons this classic claymation is offensive and currently under fire.

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