Your Halloween Weekend As Told By "Scream Queens"
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Your Halloween Weekend As Told By "Scream Queens"

"Halloween is the most important day of the year."

Your Halloween Weekend As Told By "Scream Queens"
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So, Halloween is on a Monday this year, but that does not mean you can't make the best of it. You have all weekend long to party your little ass off, wear multiple different costumes, and probably still manage to make your 8 a.m. class on Monday—um, maybe. What's not to love?! Anyways, what better way then to have "The Chanels," from "Scream Queens," predict your Halloween weekend.

1. Waking up Friday morning and realizing Halloween weekend is finally here!

This will be the only time you'll have a smile across your face while walking to your 8 a.m. class, so enjoy it.

2. Letting everyone know that Halloween is definitely your "thing."

I mean you basically invented it, right?!

3. You and your girls walking into a party like you own the place.

Literally, squad goals.

4. Spotting someone wearing the same costume as you.

Because this world is only big enough for one sexy bunny and that is you. Duh.

5. Being scared by that "one guy" at a party who thinks dressing up as a clown is the funniest thing ever.

Yes, sadly, someone will be that stupid to dress up as a clown.

6. Having to document your whole night on Snapchat.

Because you got to let all your "fans" know that you're still alive and breathing.

7. Making up any excuses to "toast" with your girls.

Bottoms up, ladies.

8. Wanting to leave a party because your late night cravings are kicking in.

You made it into your Halloween costume, now you can go treat yourself!

9. Walking back to your apartment late at night and any little noises startle you.

OMG, is it a clown?! Oh, no it's just a squirrel.

10. Halloween weekend comes to an end, but you still know you're a princess no matter what.

No big deal, because wearing your tiara is a full-time job.

11. Unless, you're going canning for THON then this might be you...

You'll probably want to block your friends on Snapchat, but remember nothing compares to the good you are doing! So, you go, girl! FTK

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