The 11 Stages Of Halloweekend, Beginning To End, As Told By 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'
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The 11 Stages Of  Halloweekend, Beginning To End, As Told By 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'

The best weekend of the year.

The 11 Stages Of  Halloweekend, Beginning To End, As Told By 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'

Halloween is the best time of the year, especially Halloweekened.

Waking up on Friday Ready for Halloween 


And Saturday and whatever day Halloween is actually on.

Getting in the Halloween Spirit by Decorating 


Decorating is always fun because you can just throw spider webs everywhere and you don't have to worry about having a spotless apartment or house because it's Halloween.

Leaving for a party dressed up on Friday

Because you have the perfect outfit on and it's time to PARTY.

Walking Into Your First Party


You don't know what to expect but you're excited.

Hanging out with your friends. 


You might not get Treats anymore but you love to Trick.

Waking up on Saturday still in full Halloween mode but tired af. 


You should have gone home earlier than you did last night but you will survive.

Trying to finish any homework you have


But despising every minutes of it.

Figuring out what movies to watch on Saturday before going back out later. 


There are too many to choose from and so little time.

Getting ready to go out on Saturday 


So many plans and things you want to do!

The night ending way too quickly. 


Halloween doesn't last as long as it should and you always find yourself at the end of the weekend rather than the beginning.

Scaring anyone that mentions Christmas on Sunday. 


And dreading all the Christmas decorations bound to be in stores.

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