Last night, I went to Peddler’s Village with Kevin to see all the lights. We got ice cream & waffles!
What’s up with “the black cat,” and why is it considered an icon of superstition? Many equate black cats as a signal of bad luck. They say: don’t let it cross your path, don’t touch one, don’t even look at one. Some say one single black cat is dangerous while a duo or pack of
Take a graveyard walk down memory lane See all I had to lose, in order to ever gain See the broken bones and the lifeless hearts See the sacrifices made, in search of a new start This tombstone here is so special to me Lay down roses and imagine what could be Lay down letters
Why eat candy when you can eat brains? All you need is 2 packs of Jell-O, a brain mold, and your imagination… Brain is the best part of the body to eat. It has a nice, soft texture and an impeccable sweetness to it. Delicious! Now I’m craving eyeballs…
***WARNING: GORY HALLOWEEN POEM*** The detective enters the room and instantly senses an aura of gloom. Splashes of crimson red across the room, it’s spread all over the walls and floor. He searches closer for more. There is no body here, yet the evidence is clear. In the center of the room: a chair He
You don’t have to be a child going trick-or-treating in order to celebrate Halloween. You don’t have to dress up and you don’t even have to go out. It’s annoying to feel the pressure of participating in these modern rituals such as getting a costume, decorating, trick-or-treating, going out to a party or bar hopping,
A very simple Halloween craft is making kandi bracelets! Kandi bracelets are homemade bracelets made from beads and string. They are typically multicolored and may also have messages spelt out. They are mainly seen at music festivals, but you can wear them anywhere! Better yet, make it part of your costume. Kandi bracelets are also
WARNING!!! I wrote a gory halloween poem. Please don’t read if you’re squeamish!