Before you leave the house on Halloween, you’ll want to lock up your cats. The last thing you want is to walk through the threshold of your home in complete darkness, to see beady yellow eyes and your favorite shirt shredded on the floor.
If your door is unlocked after returning from an awesome costume party, walk away. Don’t even risk it.
Be careful before grabbing any opened candy at that party you heard about from your roommate’s classmate’s second cousin. You don’t want to spoil your supper by eating too many sweets.
Don’t be surprised when you walk out on to your balcony on Halloween and the Jack-o-lanterns you made a week ago are arguing over who has the scariest smile.
If you didn’t get the hint the first time your pumpkin pie turned out like soup swimming in crust–turn the oven on.
While you’re telling that really scary, very real, ghost story about that one time your favorite blankie vanished and a mysterious note was left by a goblin who took it to rule over the underworld, remember that just happened a week ago.
It was a dark and stormy night. The streets were empty and the wind was howling. You went to the store to pick up a case of beer, when all of a sudden, while standing in the check-out stand, you realized you forgot your ID.
After being attacked by angry princesses and pirates last Halloween, make sure you buy legit candy this year rather than boxes of raisins and cranberries.
The phone rings. You answer, but no one responds. Just some heavy breathing. You hang up and the phone rings again. “Leave me alone!” you shout. But it was just your buddy trying to ask you for a ride home after running around downtown in his Iron Man costume all night.
Trick or treat? That’s the question you should ask yourself when you are following that mysterious travelling donut on a string.
Don’t forget to check under your bed the night before Oct. 31. You don’t want any dark forces to drag you down into the cellar the night before your big class project.
Wait a minute. You are watching a horror movie on Halloween? Did I forget to mention the spirits can climb through the television just like “The Ring?”