Oct 08 2013
If you’re a weird person, there’s a good chance that Halloween is the one day of the year when you feel completely normal. Halloween is the one night of the year when weirdness rules, which is why people start preparing for it as early as Labor Day, purchasing costumes, candy and products to get them in the spirit. Sure, it’s possible to enjoy Halloween by just cutting eyeholes in an old bedsheet, but why when you can dress up as a pregnant Tinker Bell or a naughty Care Bear? Why decorate your home with only creepy crepe paper when you can add spook appeal with a skull-shaped toilet brush holder or a poster of a skeleton reading a newspaper on the toilet?
You’d be surprised as to how many weird things exist for Halloween. My ship has sailed when it comes to dressing up, but the youngsters are awfully creative.
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