4 Halloween Costumes that are 2 Spooky 4 U

4 Halloween Costumes that are 2 Spooky 4 U

Forget carving pumpkins, lets incite true fear.

Are you sitting there, half-reading these words right now because you're so distracted by the monstrous decision of how to scare the living bat ears out of everyone this Halloween?

Well, focus your full attention! The following words will inspire the gangly, twisted, moss-ridden monster within you to really cause some frightening moments on people this year.

4. A Rabid Dog

The terror of a rabid dog is one that pushes fear to a decision-making point very quickly. That dog's growling at you and you either run, or punt it. Either way it might give you a fatal nibble on the tootsies.

The great thing about this easy costume is that you don't even need to dress up. Lets face it, even if you did dress up, everyone would still know that you were a human. All you need to do is act like a rabid dog.

If you were in a bar having a nice time on Halloween with your horrifyingly spooky friends and some cunt scrabbled across the floor going "Arahahagrhghgahgrhagh!" and bearing his horrid teeth at you then be honest, you'd be bloody terrified.

3. A Fake Fake Doctor (Only Works If You're Actually a Real Doctor)

Lets say that your battle with that bloke in the pub who was acting like a rabid dog for Halloween didn't go so well. Now you're in A&E with a big red bite wound on your leg and nausea is setting in hard.

Your thinking, "Jesus, I'm gonna have to be bloody amputated at this rate, what a shit night!" That's a good opinion and a sound medical decision.

But what's this? The doctor's telling you that it's all in your head. There is no bite wound. Worst of all, he's pulling out an orbitoclast and restraining you with leather straps. He pulls out some gummy sweets and eats handful after handful of them, laughing wildly as they spill out of his mouth.

All the while you struggle to break free. Then he calls up what sounds like another doctor and starts asking for advice on how to lobotomize someone. You think, "is he even a bloody doctor?!"

What a terrifying prospect to think he might not be!

2. A Terrorist

You manage to release yourself from the grips of the fake, insane doctor. You're hobbling through the hospital clutching your swollen leg and searching for an exit. ]

Halloween is going ok. It's been pretty frightening so far, which is what it's all about.

At the reception desk, you taste the cold October air of freedom when a bearded white male slams through the main entrance screaming wildly. You leap behind some chairs and clutch a pair of legs that are as large as tree-trunks, thinking they might be your last point of living human contact.

Between the thighs and through a gap in the worn, green hospital chairs you see the man throwing off a trench-coat to reveal an intricate series of things that look like bombs wired all over his chest.

Being far too delirious from the rabid gentleman's bite and having had no valuable help from the fake fake doctor earlier, you think the papier-mache cubes on him are real bombs and faint from the ultimate fear that you are about to die. Spooky, eh?

1. A Policeman whose Job it is to Inform You that Everyone You Know and Love has Died

Finally, you wake up. Dust is stagnant in the cube of electronic white coming from the ceiling light filled with dead flies. A silhouette blurs into focus.

"Where am I?" you ask.

"In the hospital, son," says the unfamiliar voice of Stan Jones, the local sheriff (or so you think).

"What happened? I thought it was Halloween," you say, slightly disappointed that it might be over.

"It doesn't matter what ween it is, son. I've got some terrifying news for you."

You stare into his lightly wrinkled eyes that are blue enough to place his words directly into the center your mind.

"Your parents are dead," he says, looking deeper, "your friends, I've tried calling them all. They're all dead."

"But they-"

"I'm sorry, son. They're dead."

"What about-"

"He's dead," he says like a full stop. He lets out a long breath through his nose, looks downwards, places his hat upon his stringy, balding head and leaves you there, staring into your future completely devoid of recognisable contact. The longer you stare, the more terrifying the prospects become. Life seems so spooky without those you love, maybe even 2 spooky 4 u.


Did these fun and interesting ideas inspire you? Let me know which ones you're going to try this Halloween below!

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11 Valentine's Day Gifts From Target For The Person You Love Almost As Much As Target Itself

Spread the love this Valentine's Day with some cute items!

You can always count on Target to have exactly what you need whenever you need it. More often than not, I walk out of their stores with a cart full of the things I just couldn't stand to leave without. This is even more true around holiday times! Target always comes through with some amazing, festive items. This year, they have a great selection of Valentine's Day items that you won't be able to leave the store without!

1. Pink Oversize Faux Fur Heart Throw Pillow.

This pillow is so soft and cozy! It'd be perfect for curling up with during this sweet and romantic time.

2. Pink Metallic Knit Throw Pillow by Threshold™.


Another cozy item! This would be perfect for laying over a chair or a couch as decor or great for wrapping up in.

3. Set of Two Pink/Ivory 14 oz Valentine Dogs Glazed Stoneware Mug by Threshold™.

How cute are these? This is something I'd be using year round, not only during Valentine's Day!

4. Pink 14"x14 Heart-Shaped Artificial Wreath by Threshold™.

Your front door definitely needs this cute heart-shaped wreath! Spread the love!

5. 16ct Valentine's Day Heart Glasses by Spritz™.

These would be a great party favor for Valentine's Day parties! And super cute to take selfies with.

6. Cream Metallic Heart Placemat.

What a cute way to spruce up your table! Get these and cook up a romantic dinner with your significant other.

7. Gold/Pink/Purple 60" Heart Shaped Garland by Threshold™.

This would be so cute hanging over a headboard or across a window!

8. Pine Wood Hearts Sign by Hand Made Modern™.

This would be a cute decoration on its own but it would also make an awesome Valentine's Day craft project! Grab some paint and decorate your own heart!

9. XOXO Wine Decanter with Wood Stopper.

Spice things up on Valentine's Day with this romantic wine decanter! Or fill it with the drink of your choice.

10. 4pc Nested Cookie Cutter Set by Wilton™.

Make some sweet treats with these cute, heart-shaped cookie cutters!

11. Heart Stoneware Serving Platter Red/Pink by Threshold™.

What better way to present those sweet treats you made than on this adorable serving platter?

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7 Reasons It's Totally OK That I'm 23 And Have ALWAYS Been Single On Valentine's Day

Believe it or not, being single on Valentine's Day isn't a TOTAL bummer.

I've been here for almost 23 years and I have yet to celebrate Valentine's Day with a significant other, or even a date, for that matter. Sometimes it bums me out, but then I realize all the things that are fantastic about this.

1. Valentine's Day is largely just a commercial holiday.

It is designed to sell cards, chocolate, flowers, and other Valentine's-esque gifts. Seriously, there is research that shows how much money is shelled out on these gifts, and it's insane how much more money is charged for things like flowers during these types of holidays.


2. Valentine's Day should not be the ONLY day you show love to those you care about.

By all means, buy the gushy thing you know your significant other, family member or friend might want, and tell them you love them. If, however, this is the only time you ever show anyone you care, and it's because you're expected to on the 14th of February, that's really sad.


3. I already have enough stuffed animals.

I would appreciate anything someone gave me because they were thinking of me, no doubt, but I'd rather it be full of thought than a cheesy stuffed animal I have no room for in my house (unless it's a stuffed elephant because my future SO would know I love elephants). Write me a letter, make me my favorite dinner, watch my favorite movie with me, or if you want to spoil me, do that-just no giant teddy bear just because it was in the Valentine's Day section of the CVS down the street.


4. Restaurants/movie theaters/etc. are TOO CROWDED on Valentine's Day.

Unless you make a reservation in advance, we will wait FOREVER. Anyone that knows me knows I get cranky when I'm hungry or forced into a crowd of people. Not a great date night.


SEE ALSO: 22 Ways To Practice Self-Care In 2018 That Are NOT Bubble Baths And Face Masks

5. Day-after chocolate.

I like to take advantage of the fact that stores buy WAY too much-themed merchandise for holidays, and therefore when they inevitably have this surplus, they mark it down the day after. So, when the grocery stores say 50% off for Russell Stover, this girl's going IN, with no one to judge her for buying it.

6. No disappointments.

Okay, I know this one looks bad at first glance. Hear me out:

I put thought into gifts. Some presents I've given may not have been right on the money for some people, but you can at least tell I tried to put something together. I like to get a few things that the person I'm buying or crafting a gift for likes, and put a sentimental spin on it.

Even though there have been times that I cannot stand the things that my significant other liked, I still made an attempt to get something HE liked, not something that only I liked and wanted him to like. I've heard of people who put no thought into something for someone else, or perhaps worse, they'll buy something they enjoy for their boyfriend or girlfriend.

For instance, some people buy non-sports-fans season tickets to their own favorite team's games, because they enjoy going and the "We can go together!" idea is their defense. Yes, Chad, we can go to a game together, because I know you enjoy it, but not the WHOLE SEASON.


7. Excuse to save money.

Not that I really mind spoiling my boyfriends when I have them or spotting them sometimes for date nights, but ya girl is a bargain hunter and the best way to save money for your date on Valentine's Day is to not have one. Sure, it'd be nice to have someone to cuddle up with and be mushy with, but if I don't have that person, I can use the money I saved on a present for that nonexistent mister to buy myself something nice. Or spend some of it on the marked-down candy.


I'm sure all of this sounds cynical, and perhaps it is, but I'm of the opinion that Valentine's Day, while adorably romantic, is just another day. If you care about someone, the love you're showing should be thoughtful and year-round, not just one day in February.

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