Me On October 31 vs. Me On November 1
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Me On October 31 vs. Me On November 1

Raise your hand if you've ever been personally victimized for being excited for Christmas on November 1...

Me On October 31 vs. Me On November 1

Happy November! Now that the spooky holiday of Halloween is over, it's so typical of a wide majority of society to often forget the joyous holiday of Thanksgiving and skip right to Christmas.

Although I for one am against this abandonment of the delicious November holiday, I do have the utmost appreciation for the the spirit of Christmas, something which I believe everyone should embrace as well.

Now that November has finally arrived, social media is blowing up with the popular trend of users posting a comparison titled "Me on October 31 vs. me on November 1." Here are some of the top.

Me on October 31 vs. me on November 1...

1. Halloween in the Great Hall vs. Christmas in the Great Hall

Located in the infamous Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry of the worldwide known book series/movie sage, "Harry Potter."

2. Cady Heron on Halloween vs. Cady Heron on Christmas

As seen in the well known movie "Mean Girls,"Lindsay Lohan transitions from a zombie bride/"ex-wife" to one of Santa's Helpers.

3. Introducing the Town of Halloween vs. Jack Discovering the North Pole

Of course, the best damn two-in-one holiday movie there ever was: "A Nightmare Before Christmas."

4. Teenaged Winona Ryder vs. Modern Day Winona Ryder

From one of her early movies playing a young gothic girl in "Beetlejuice" to her latest leading role of a mother in new Netflix series "Stranger Things."

5. Evan Peters vs. Evan Peters

The "American Horror Story" star as his role of Tate in season one compared to himself sporting his Christmas spirit.

6. Hannah Montana vs. Miley Stewart

From a zombie bride to Mrs. Claus, a comparison in clips of actress Miley Cyrus from her hit series "Hannah Montana."

7. iCarly on Halloween vs. iCarly on Christmas

Now retired from Nickelodeon's TeenNick, Carly and Sam never failed to celebrate the holidays accordingly with all of their viewers.

8. Neil Patrick Harris vs Neil Patrick Harris

From dressing as a sexy flight commander in his role as Barney from "How I Met Your Mother" to Neil Patrick Harris in the role as himself in "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas."

9. It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown! vs. Merry Christmas Charlie Brown!

Like we could ever forget how the Peanuts had the most lit holiday parties of the year?

10. Spongebob and Patrick on Halloween vs. Spongebob and Patrick on Christmas

In memory of the beloved show, two of our favorite goofy goobers celebrating the holidays in Bikini Bottom.

11. Cam on Halloween vs. Cam on Christmas

Played by actor Eric Stonestreet, the hilarious uncle, father and partner in the series "Modern Family" takes part in the family holiday celebrations.

12. Pillsbury Halloween Cookies vs. Pillsbury Christmas Cookies

It's like people don't even know that there are turkey Pillsbury thanksgiving cookies available.

13. Dwight on Halloween vs. Dwight on Christmas

From the well known television series "The Office," Dwight Schrute played by Rainn Wilson.

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