maybe go out on a walk, three years ago I saw some succubi dressed as police officers and minnie mouse outside their apartment. They were taking selfies of themselves and that's when I knew that night was Halloween night.
Yes. I intend to hand out candy to all the cute little witches and ghosts after a lovely day at the casino with my aunts and uncles.>story
I can remember the bus ride to school the morning of Friday 2002-11-1, but I don't remember a thing from trick-or-treating the night before…except for Milk Duds.
we used to have decent halloween here but these days it's pretty dead, I will be looking out for kids but I don't think I'll see any, especially with this virus stuff, most likely the niglets from the apartments will drop in by bus, get some candy, leave, then all will be quiet the rest of the night
I got some novelty colored lightbulbs to give my room a more Halloween feel. Now it just looks like a darkroom used for developing photographs, but I still kind of like it. I'm curious to see if normalfags stay home because of quarantine or just ignore it for the sake of free candy.>>254733
When I was 14 I did this and walked around the neighborhood for a few hours in coveralls and grey face paint my mother put on me, I don't think I've done anything significant for Halloween since
I plan on making skull shaped chocolates and watching or listening to something horror related.
Same here, it basically completely died after – and because – of 9/11. Before the mods delete this for "politics" I'm just stating a fact. It plummeted and the halloween turnout has been measurably decreasing every year. Last year we had like 5 people and of course they had to drive their brats in, the parents are too paranoid about something
to let them walk around… 20 years later. Goyim. It'll probably be down to three or two people this year. I want to tell my mom to not even bother buying candy.
As for my plans, nothing. Halloween is just another day.
People have gotten so fucking terrified, the media has a vice grip around the throats of every stupid norc in the country. I bet some of them still check their kid's candy like there's going to be black tar heroin and hepatitis razor blades inside
>>255256>I bet some of them
I bet all of them
Halloween is my favourite holiday of the year. I used to dress up, wear masks and walk around with lit carved pumpkins when I was a child. One year everyone dressed up and we had so much fun in a park that was built inside some castle ruins. That happened only one time. It stopped the next year because they closed the park. Then they only hanged stuff at school thanks to my English teacher, I loved her. So I just carved my pumpkins at home, with my mum, I would light them up and put them in the window, maybe go outside with a mask and one friend. As years went on, I stopped going out and just the pumpkin carving tradition remained, and the Halloween themed vidya. I would love to play sims 3, decorate my house in there and throw a Halloween party, everyone being dressed spooky. Then next year I played Neverwinter Nights, the whole world was Halloween themed and I sat at my PC near my carved pumpkin. By this time I was in some boarding highschool in another city and I was away from home most of the time, but I would always come home every two weekends and I would pick the Halloween weekend to be home and eat good food and carve pumpkins and play Sims and be cozy. I love Halloween.
Halloween is not a thing in this country. When I was a kid I'd watch American tv shows and feel really jealous at how kids got to dress up and go around asking for candy, seemed really fun.
Now I just get jealous of people who live in countries with less than 2-digit inflation
I've lived in this house for 8 years and have never had a single trick or treater even though it's a quiet neighborhood and we're like a mile from the center of town.
But when I was a kid during the 90s it was like neighborhoods would come to life with kids walking door to door, often times without even parents with them. Mom used to force me to trick or treat our whole neighborhood then would drive me half a hour to my grandmas house to do her neighborhood as well. She wouldn't be satisfied until we had a whole trash bag full of sweets that would ultimately just sit around not being eaten until next Halloween when we would give it out to kids.
These days it seems like people don't really do anything at all that doesn't involve a smartphone. I really don't like how the world is today.
Also some people would go all out with decorations. Fog machines, animatronics, the whole deal. Shit man at the bare minimum they would carve at least one pumpkin.
I've seen only seen a couple of houses here that have put any real effort into it and they're both in the middle of nowhere.
i hate halloween because i cant go on a night stroll without running into marauding chadbrutes hoping to ambush a gaggle of foidroasts who dress up as cats or some shit just to take it all off again when they get carried off as his prize.
Good day at the casino. Nearly quadrupled my cash stack. Hardly any trick-or-treaters though. I gave up after 45 minutes. So boring.
well mom destroyed this halloween with her usual thuggery and making me the whipping boy for everything, also I think there was only 2 or 3 different brats at the door this year and halloween lasted about 20 minutes, what a stupid holiday
Hello wizards ! I hope you all had a great Halloween>>255970
Tha's nice anon ! You can never carve enough pumpkins>>256063>>256163
Hold your tongues ot i'll remove it from your mouths, there is no better holiday than Halloween>>256158
Hocus Pocus is a great movie
+ cute pic
are you trying to quote belial from darksiders 2?
I know I am very late but same, halloween is a dying holiday here, 10 yrs prior and it was just as famous as Christmas. I know why it's "dying" but I cant explain it (something about rise in social media, ruining that 'isolation', economy is dying and christmas brings corporations more money and it involves presents)