It’s Halloween…!


And it’s another Halloween!

Oh yes. It’s another October. Another fall season, when Halloween is celebrated in most countries of the world as more and more people are beginning to adopt the tradition.

So, it’s that period of the year again when people wear masks and dress in costumes that appear scary and spooky. Or simply sexy and fanciful outfits just so they can make a statement, all in the spirit of Halloween.

Of course, it could be a lot of fun to scare the hell out of people. Haha.

Halloween tradition and beliefs vary from country to country and from families to families. There are varied traditional customs and norms about Halloween. However, one thing remains certain, it is a weird tradition that displays different bizarre costumes and crazy wild parties that can freak people out.


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But then, how about the Halloween candy bars, buns, cupcakes and other goodies that go with the tradition?

Do you succumb to the myth and beliefs surrounding Halloween?

Do you have a favourite costume or candies?

Do you want to be ‘spooky’ and scary?

Do you love decorating or doing different costumes every year?

Do you open the doors for tricks or treaters?

Do you enjoy handing out those special sweets or chocolates to kids, children in costume who come knocking at the door for treats?

Or you just enjoy dressing up at work and pretending to be someone else at least for a day?

Or better still, make October the month to watch scary movies?

Well, whatever you do for this odd tradition, I enjoy eating the candies and chocolates and always amused by the spooky and strange dress codes.

And of course, I like to write about the weird culture that is gradually seeping into the veins of the new generation.


So, it’s Halloween today!


And Halloween is celebrated annually on the last day of October.



Peace and Love!

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2 thoughts on “It’s Halloween…!

    1. I think you’d find more information on the internet. I don’t know the historical facts but suffice it to say that it is celebrated on the last day of October with costumes that depict evil or the devil…


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