I think I had the Mr. Kotter costume found HERE.
Remember the good old days, when Halloween candy consisted entirely of safely neutral geometric shapes, like circular lollipops and rectangular candy bars? Those days are gone. Gradually over time, a sick humor has taken over our candy stores, and an eerie candy-based level of reality has set in. Cute little gummi bears have given wayContinue reading “The Most Disturbing Halloween Candy”
Growing up in the Bowling Green neighborhood of Sacramento, this blogger was taught how to read and mark houses with the Halloween Candy Code. For kids with an early curfew these codes were invaluable. Once they tagged a house, peers could use our marks to reap the best full-size chocolate bars while avoiding Chex mixContinue reading “Halloween Candy Code”
Click HERE to carve a virtual pumpkin.
Download and print these jack-o-lantern patterns to show your political support this October. Instructions are included on the patterns.
Animator and illustrator Mark Gervais created this window display for Halloween which can be ordered HERE on DVD.