All Hallows Eve Eve Open Thread

Tomorrow is Halloween. It’s also a Monday.

Are you gonna dress up? Decorate? Abuse your pets by making them wear costumes?

What else is happening?

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39 Responses to All Hallows Eve Eve Open Thread

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Why cats hate their owners

  2. votermom says:

    LOLing at this & Uppity’s thread.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Heh. Don’t text and fly either 😀

  4. yttik says:

    I’m wiped out! Halloween is huge where I live. Besides all the harvesting going on, there are hay rides and corn mazes and haunted houses. Right now I’m kind of surrounded by buckets of tomatoes, potatoes, squash, that all need tending to. I spent the morning baking apple crisps which helped wipe out a bucket of apples.

    Last night I took six kids to a pretty cool haunted house. LOL, I may not have gone in if I’d known it was going to require acrobatics, but the kids loved it. They had tunnels you had to crawl through, a two story slide, a fire poll, nets to climb. Seriously, I thought I was going to have a heart attack long before anything scary jumped out. I’m pretty sure I have five gallons of fog machine in my lungs right now.

    • Karma says:

      Sounds like a blast….and those apple crisps….yummy!

      Our street used to go all out but most of those neighbors moved. One neighbor would put up a huge Raider Zombie scene. Skulls in helmets attached to Raiders all over his lawn, crawling out of cars, or down from the roof. Another had a haunted house in his garage that also changed every year.

      We were going to buy a fog machine this year but talked ourselves out of it after watching some videos. It looks so cool though…cough…cough…lol. 😉

      Anyway, a couple of years ago we bought an inflatable spider arbor that kids walk under to get to the door. The lil ones were kinda scared, but it was cute seeing them work up the courage to walk under it. So last year we were busy, didn’t put it up, and could tell the neighborhood kids were bummed. Even the scared ones.

      It really is cool though. Parents were talking pictures of their kids walking back to them. Some of the kids would be scared both ways or be brave on the return walk under the arbor. Others were all about the candy and just ran to the door…lol. It was soooo adorable getting to see the whole reaction (if you were handing out candy to another set of kids) that we almost didn’t want to shut the door.

      This year the spider arbor returns with lots of other spider buddies.

  5. 1539days says:

    I have the drunk pumpkin pic on my bedroom door

    Oh, and take at good look at my avatar.

  6. HELENK says:

    more spooky

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Playing my trump card 😉

  8. HELENK says:

    there is something wrong both morally and mentally with this friggin idiot

  9. Lola-at-Large says:

    I scheduled a post for 9:00 in the morning. If anyone has something else planned for that time, feel free to reschedule for later in the day. Thanks.

  10. soupcity says:

    I love Halloween, it gives me a chance to mess with the kids’ heads almost guilt free! (I kid, kinda)

    Have fun everyone!

  11. westcoaster says:

    Protesters: let’s be silent- great answer(snark):
    Attacking Bill Clinton for supporting the jobs plan is also ridiculous, as all Democrats are “supporting” it. They didn’t bother to listen to the rest of what he said, but this article is otherwise interesting, when it talks about being aware that: “In the same way we get coffee without caffeine, beer without alcohol, ice-cream without fat, those in power will try to make the protests into a harmless moralistic gesture”, although I think a lot of protesters want this to be an effortless exercise, and don’t need much coaxing to be convinced that they have
    already done all they could.

  12. foxyladi14 says:

    Happy Halloween!missed the warning on that drinkin and fltin thingy
    :lol; 😆

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    and typing as well as flyin!! 😆

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