You can now go dressed as Cecil the lion's killer this Halloween because nothing is sacred and adults ruin everything.
Earlier today, people got rightfully pissed off at AnytimeCostumes.com for its “Call Me Caitlyn” Caitlyn Jenner Halloween outfit.
Everyone got angry, everyone tweeted and then everyone took a break because the Web taught us there are no good and bad times; there are only times when you're not angry, but will be very angry, very shortly.
The description on the page reads,
All Doctor Palmer wanted was to hang dead animals in his house, but what started as an obscure (if legally-dubious) hunting trip has since erupted into a brouhaha of trans-Atlantic proportions. 2015's most controversial killing has laid bare the rift in American and Zimbabwean attitudes toward exotic game hunting and animal conservation pitting an outraged mob against a Minnesotan dentist in a scandal sure to be remembered for a generation.
The good part, TMZ reports, is since the product was put up for sale Tuesday at midnight, the website has yet to sell any.
Johnathon Weeks, CEO of Costumeish.com, told TMZ Costumeish.com would be donating 15 percent of the costume's sales to the African Wildlife Foundation.
Or, you know, it could just donate the money, not make fun of this godawful story and try to avoid being terrible.
Any of those options would be good.