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Lexilogio

Halloween

Halloween - do you celebrate it?  And if so - what are you celebrating?

Is it All Hallows Eve - or something older?

Or is it just an American festival that you'd rather ignore?
Paul

The latter.
Farmer Geddon

This looks like it might be a scream..

http://steampunkhauntedhouse.com/
cymrudynnion

Re: Halloween

Lexilogio wrote:
Halloween - do you celebrate it?  And if so - what are you celebrating?

Is it All Hallows Eve - or something older?

Or is it just an American festival that you'd rather ignore?
I heardv on local radio an answer which I think is cracking. A local resident bought a bottle/jar of pickled onions. Having slightly dried the outer skin of the onions, the resident covered them in chocolate. All who knocked on the door "trick ortreating" was offered said delicacy. I would have loved to see the faces!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!    
Ketty

I celebrate the birth day of one of my babies on 31st October, every year.   How dare all these other people take over our special day and call it something else!    
gone

I used to enjoy dressing up as a witch or a ghost when I was a child and hollowing out a mangel wurzel as a lantern. There was no trick or treating in those days thank goodness. We don't get trick or treaters down our country lane, but last night I was staying over at our eldest daughter's place (I have never, ever been all alone in a house over night, strange but true, and didn't fancy it last night!) our girl was out and I ignored the trick or treaters, I certainly wasn't in the mood for them.
cymrudynnion

floo wrote:
I used to enjoy dressing up as a witch or a ghost when I was a child and hollowing out a mangel wurzel as a lantern. There was no trick or treating in those days thank goodness. We don't get trick or treaters down our country lane, but last night I was staying over at our eldest daughter's place (I have never, ever been all alone in a house over night, strange but true, and didn't fancy it last night!) our girl was out and I ignored the trick or treaters, I certainly wasn't in the mood for them.
I would have thought that is one place you would have certainly been safe.
Zaxdog

We always went "guising" when we were kids. All dressed up but we had to do a turn in order to earn a treat and it was more often monkey nuts or a tangerine than sweets :-)

We had a few this year and they were great, all singing and telling jokes so the chocolate was free flowing for them x

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