Halloween is getting closer, but let’s face it: This time it’ll be different. No trick or treating, because the spooky pale ghost behind the window could be grandpa with Covid-19. No clubbing, because the «slutty nurse» is actually on her third shift in a row and wouldn’t be impressed by «lazy law student after his second online class this week». And no more «getting rid of annoying neighbours after their mysterious car accident, while the police is busy enough that night of the year».
But at least you can count on us, so have fun!
This house in my neighborhood every year nails Halloween decorations. pic.twitter.com/eX19mACqUv
— Gelly Bean (@funangela) October 18, 2020
really excited about all the dudes who are going to dress as the joker for halloween parties and not get laid
— Sarah Beattie (@nachosarah) October 18, 2019
I’m ready for Halloween this year pic.twitter.com/RazxmxNZ4x
— clav (@YUNGDAGGERCL1T) October 15, 2019
Halloween is my favorite holiday where you can trespass on a stranger's property and make a non-negotiable demand.
— Matt Roller (@rolldiggity) October 27, 2014
Halloween is coming up and I still have no idea what I'm going to be for the rest of my life.
— the good boy from here on out (@SamGrittner) September 27, 2015
idea for haunted house: dimly lit grocery store sprinkled with people you haven't talked to since high school
— paperwash© (@PaperWash) September 5, 2015
If I pay $40 for a haunted house I better die
— september22 (@hodgesboi15) October 12, 2013
Couples Halloween costumes always end up looking like one person went along with it to save the relationship.
— Erica (@SCbchbum) October 3, 2013
If someone asks what you are doing on Halloween, earnestly look at the sky and say "I will be getting stronger."
— Doth (@DothTheDoth) October 29, 2019
y’all: happy halloween
happy harry potter season
— mars 🦇 (@lunastonks) October 1, 2019