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dressing up for halloween?
I faintly remember that it used to be some heathen ceremony. Of course the church points their finger at a lot of things. I doubt there is much reason behind their accusations besides... I don't know, maybe a misinterpreted line from the bible. Wouldn't be the first time.Zoycite said:I'm afraid I'm a little too old to go Trick-Or-Treating. Plus, I grew up in a Christian family, where Hallowee is considered "the devil". Up to this day, I still have no idea what's so Satanic about dressing up in a costume and going to someone's house to get some candy. Although supposedly, there was some kind of dark history behind Halloween, but so what? Thanksgiving has also been changed from what it originally was, and that holiday's considered fine and dandy.
Oh, yeah, same here.Mijzelffan said:I'm not going to be doing anything for Halloween. I'll treat it like a normal night.
Same too. I never trick-or-treated, and I hardly ever get trick-or-treaters.Edofenrir said:Oh, yeah, same here.Mijzelffan said:I'm not going to be doing anything for Halloween. I'll treat it like a normal night.
Is that one of the guys from the How Not to be Seen skit?Frank Sinatra said:
Why not?Fawfulfury65 said:I'm not allowed to go trick-or-treating, but it doesn't matter anyway, because my neighbors always give me a bunch of the candy they get every year.