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Rileyz

Who celebrates Halloween on here?

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I noticed that we have a diverse crowd here in TRiBot community.

Some people on here are from China, which is far away from my (very cold) small city here in Western Canada. A good portion of you are a close neighbor to the south in the USA. 

This weekend is Thanksgiving in Canada. Which to Canadians often means binge eating and drinking with family and talking about how grateful we are.

Well, I'm grateful for the opportunity to connect with all of you here in TRiBot (even if you don't like my noob blogs ;) ).

In Canada, October also means the weather is getting colder and Halloween is just around the corner. 

I'd love to know, who on here celebrates Halloween? For those who don't celebrate Halloween, do you celebrate any holidays in October?

- RileyZ

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Love halloween, personally i feel that i am a little too old to dress up but, i love watching the kids go at it. Since i'm older i just sit outside and hand out candy depending on the weather. I live in the east coast of us (boston). Tends to get a bit chilly here so sometimes i stay out or just wait til about 9 o'clock as kids come and go. Typically we spend about 180-200 on candy a year, some might say that's a lot but no candy is ever left over! Thanks to the kids and a little bit of me helping :) . 

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On 10/9/2019 at 10:44 PM, henrydog12 said:

Love halloween, personally i feel that i am a little too old to dress up but, i love watching the kids go at it. Since i'm older i just sit outside and hand out candy depending on the weather. I live in the east coast of us (boston). Tends to get a bit chilly here so sometimes i stay out or just wait til about 9 o'clock as kids come and go. Typically we spend about 180-200 on candy a year, some might say that's a lot but no candy is ever left over! Thanks to the kids and a little bit of me helping :) . 

Same here! My roommate has a 2 1/2 year old where I live, and he's going as Marshall from Paw Patrol. I typically spend about $100 on candy in a month (for myself). I'll definitely be handing it out this year :)

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this year I happen to be going to a Halloween party. 

it makes for some good times, once I saw a small angry drunk guy dressed as a pirate trying to fight a guy dressed as a roman general.  All i could do was laugh. 

i've seen a few things like this. Any altercations you happen to see during Halloween are funny af.

 

 

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On 10/27/2019 at 6:59 AM, fol said:

this year I happen to be going to a Halloween party. 

it makes for some good times, once I saw a small angry drunk guy dressed as a pirate trying to fight a guy dressed as a roman general.  All i could do was laugh. 

i've seen a few things like this. Any altercations you happen to see during Halloween are funny af.

 

 

Hahaha being a fresh graduate from uni I can relate too this.

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