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Is halloween dead as a holiday ?

Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by Saratttyyyyy, Mar 11, 2021.

  1. Saratttyyyyy

    Saratttyyyyy New Member

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    Should celebrating halloween still be a thing or something we should say goodbye to ?
     
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    Personally, I do not think that Halloween is dead as a holiday, as there’s still many ways to celebrate if you’re older. Halloween parties are one great example, where you can purchase candy, snacks, and other small party goodies to host a small party for a group of friends. Of course, you can also pass out candies to trick-or-treaters and dress up yourself!
     
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    Absolutely not! Halloween is one of the most fun holidays out there, especially for young adults. Halloween is like the one thing we get to look forward to all year. It brings so much diversity and excitement.
     
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    It lives!!! It is super fun whether you're a kid or an adult. For my college buddies we always had Halloween parties with horror movies and costumes. For kids there's always going trick or treating! And even when COVID-19 hit, we always found ways to make it fun. Since we couldn't invite people over, we stayed outside and gave candy to the neighborhood kids. We talked with parents beforehand and everybody used gloves to bag up the candy into cute baggies and used a candy chute to pass candy while keeping things socially distanced. The kids loved the chutes and we still got to dress up and eat leftover candy while watching Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.
     

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