Open Post: Hosted By Nurses In Quebec Complaining About Sexy Nurse Costumes

October 25, 2022 / Posted by:

There are few global holiday traditions as enduring, hallowed, and titillating as the hot and horny parade of Sexy Nurses who flood our homes, streets, bars, and Instagram feeds each and every Halloween as they have done since time immemorial. Yes, even before the Pagans or Christians or whoever started reaming turnips with candles and cursing strangers for slipping raisins in with the good stuff, there was probably some ho in a leopard skin lab coat parading around camp with her titties out talking about “take two of these and call me in the morning.” Sexy nurses at Halloween are the flammable polyester fabric that holds us together as a species. However, a group of (presumably) fugly ass nurses in Quebec would put a stop to this practice if somebody would just take them seriously for just a minute and think about the harm blah blah blah. Get off the cross, Maries! And no, it’s not because we need the wood. We make the wood, m’kay? What is this, are we living in the sexy Handmaid’s Tale?

First of all, these “real nurses” seem to have an inflated sense of their own importance, claiming that “the eroticization of the profession is socially and professionally unacceptable,” yet you never hear firemen complaining about what goes down at Chippendales, do you? And that’s year-round! If anyone is giving nurses a bad name, it’s these Quebecois trolls, not the scores of nubile young candy strippers (typo and it stays) who provide succor to the horny masses in their time of need one night a year by offering them a cheeky lick of their Fentanyl lollipop. But according to the Order of Nurses of Quebec, if you’re gonna dress as a nurse for Halloween, you should be wearing a facemask to “portray nurses in a realistic way.” How/what you supposed to suck through that? CTV News reports:

To those considering dressing up this Halloween as a fetishized nurse, Quebec’s order of nurses says you should think twice.

“The eroticization of the profession is socially and professionally unacceptable,” the president of the OIIQ said in a press release.

“The choices offered in stores or online are scary!” he added, noting the scientific profession has evolved and those stereotypically sexy portrayals only devalue nurses and their work.

The order has decided to launch what it’s calling a “shock” campaign on social media, to persuade partygoers and trick-or-treaters to leave the hot nurse costume in the cupboard and to go with a costume that looks more like a real nurse’s uniform instead.

A present-day and accurate costume it suggests, would include a set of classic, cotton medical scrubs, the kind worn daily by doctors and nurses in the province’s hospitals and clinics.

It would also include, a stethoscope, a hospital identification card and a mask, which the order said presents a more “credible choice,” when dressing up as a nurse.

Honestly don’t think they’ve thought this through all the way. Look at what they suggest Tifanni wear to the downtown Milwaukee Haunted Halloween Bar Crawl.

Now just imagine when the first guy to choke on a nut at Hooligans spots Tif from across the bar, stumbles over, grasping his neck, thinking she’s a real fucking nurse who can give him the Heimlich even though he can see she’s got tig ole’ biddies pushing up under that smock and dies because she only completed two semesters at Arizona State as a communications major. That death is on YOU, nurses of Quebec. Do no harm, my ass!

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