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  • We went shopping for hallowe'en stuff, and she was downtrodden and irritated by the height of the clothes racks, the number of people, the lack of that one very specific item...

    Hating Teenagers

  • Blog Guelph: happy hallowe'en happy hallowe'en, originally uploaded by crevicehead.

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  • I would wear this rose, but I'd be walking around all day with the crook of my elbow in my nose, which would look odd unless I was wearing a cape and it was hallowe'en..

    Roses, roses and more roses

  • Yeah, I just got that too a few copies for some lucky rugrats, just in time for hallowe'en!

    Vunce Upon a Time « Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog

  • I have now appeased the spiders and their owner, however, by making some hallowe'en cupcakes.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Also, terrans are crunchy with a chocolate coating, zerg are all caramel gooey, and protoss are last year's stale nuts and hallowe'en candy.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • Also, another hallowe'en costume change has happened.

    tencentlove Diary Entry

  • He makes me smile cause he always says something witty and we dress up lots in the hallowe'en section in walmart and he tells me I'm stealing stuff.

    tencentlove Diary Entry

  • But what a perfectly glorious place for a hallowe'en party -- if there was anybody to give a party to.

    The Brass Bound Box

  • Although, saying this, people still don't really know what controls or is behind the phobia of a certain thing, but fear of the dark is mainly generated from associating the dark with scary things, eg. horror films, shadows, good vs. evil, hallowe'en etc.

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  • Tonight is the night
    When pumpkins stare
    Through sheaves and leaves
    Everywhere,
    When ghoul and ghost
    And goblin host
    Dance around their queen.
    It's Hallowe'en.

    - Harry Behn, 'Hallowe'en'.

    November 3, 2008

  • John Hodgman: 'HALLOWE’EN (apostrophe not generally pronounced). Originally called Samhain, this is the traditional Pagan-American holiday in which we ask our children to ponder the fragility of life by dressing them in darkly colored costumes and vision-impairing masks and encouraging them to walk around in the road.'

    November 2, 2008