Here's Why Halloween Is The Worst Holiday Ever
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Here's Why Halloween Is The Worst Holiday Ever

Holidays are great, but this isn't one of them.

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Here's Why Halloween Is The Worst Holiday Ever
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Don't hate me, but I think Halloween is the worst. I always end up wearing a costume and carving pumpkins, but this is actually the worst holiday ever.

1. Trick-Or-Treating

I'm sorry, but why do we have to go door to door to get candy that we end up trading with our friends or siblings anyways? The perfect way to avoid this is to just go trick-or-treating at the store. Here's how it works: you go into the store, you buy your favorite candy, and then you go home and eat it by yourself. Another terrible thing about trick-or-treating is how it's at night. Can we trick-or-treat in the day time? I feel like it would be way safer, and then you could have all evening to sit at home and sort through your loot.

2. Costumes

I don't get why the older you get, the smaller your costume gets. Why is it not acceptable for me to go to a Halloween party, at age 20, wearing a Winnie the Pooh costume? And I'm not talking about a sexy Winnie the Pooh costume (Trust me, they unfortunately exist). Last year I dressed up as a cat. But as I was putting on a XXXL sweatshirt and leggings, my friend told me that I should probably stick to wearing shorts and crop top. Despite the fact that it was 45 degrees outside, I took their advice and froze my butt off the entire night. I just want to go back to the days where I had a hooded sweatshirt on under my costume, essentially destroying the costume.

3. Carving pumpkins

I'm pretty sure I have a weird pumpkin allergy, because whenever I stick my hand inside the pumpkin to get the guts out, my arms break out in a rash. But since I mentioned the pumpkin guts, can we talk about how gross the inside of a pumpkin is? You pull out the nasty part (which is usually cold and slimy) and then people proceed to sort through it to find the seeds to bake later. Nasty. And while we're on the topics of pumpkins, I think pumpkin spice is overrated. Sorry not sorry.

4. Everything is scary

Ghosts are scary. Murderers are scary. Zombies are scary. Scary movies are scary. I always see girls posting online about how they just need someone to watch a scary movie with. If someone was watching a scary movie with me, they would have to keep increasing the volume to hear the movie over the sounds of my screams and tears. I am scared of pretty much everything Halloween related, and even looking at masks in the store makes me jump. Halloween basically gives people a free pass to be scary, which is not ok.


I guess what I'm trying to get at here is that I can't wait for Christmas.

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