Father traumatized by daughter’s request for approval of her Halloween costume

Source: TikTok

A father was left “traumatized” by his daughter’s Halloween costume, and now you get to see why.

Saoirse Bodge Flynn, who reportedly has something of a following on TikTok, showed her father the PVC “devil costume” bodysuit that left little to the imagination.

The red costume showed more skin than plastic, and was completed with a set of horns and thigh-high boots.

It goes without saying that Flynn’s father was not happy.

“Safe to say he doesn’t approve,” she titled her video, which has over 1.8 million views.

When she asked her dad how he felt, he was not willing to indulge in her narcissistic quest for views.

“I’m not even going to comment on it,” he said.

Fortunately, the internet came to his rescue, stating Miss Flynn should be embarrassed for traumatizing her father with what web culture has deemed “fatherless behavior.”


Safe to say he doesn’t approve🤣

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“He’s traumatized, you can see the shock on his face,” one user wrote.

“The disrespect you have for your dad is unbelievable,” another added.

“This girl has no shame,” a third chimed in. Complete disrespect.”

One woman spelled it out, resulting in many agreeing with her comment.

Why would you put your dad through that? This is what happens when girls think ‘bedroom outfits’ are normal to wear out,” she wrote.

Others referenced the Grand Theft Auto series of games and nations that embrace Sharia law.

“Bruv how is this a costume, I’ve seen GTA prostitutes wear more clothes,” someone replied.

“If I get at daughter like this,” another added, “I would sell her to Afghanistan,”

However, no risque post is complete without “simps” and other women attempting to justify the behavior in light of criticism.

“Omg, these comments are terrible,” one woman wrote. “She should be able to wear whatever she wants. Go girl, you are stunning in that costume.”

“You’re so beautiful,” one man wrote. “I would let you do whatever you want.”

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