The weekend we’ve been eagerly awaiting is here. Check out our big plans for Halloween. What are yours?
Use lots of fake blood.
Whether it’s on our cookies or our costumes, you can bet we’ll be seeing a lot of red this weekend. Just don’t get it on the couch.
Eat something healthy.
Between candy and booze, we’ll try to squeeze in a nutritious Halloween snack.
Feel confident about our costume choices.
There’s no turning back now. Don’t read into your costume too much, and you’ll be fine.
Frighten Your Date â€“ With 50 Halloween Costumes for Couples. (via YourTango)
Who said Halloween costumes have to be silly and frivolous? Just think of all the environmental disasters out there, and you can pack an unwelcome, socially-conscious message into your Halloween costume without much extra effort. True, your costume may not inspire peals of laughter, and neighbors may call you “Debbie Downer” to your face. But when’s the last time someone dressed as a sexy flight attendant (or a pissed-off one, Steven Slater!) actually made a difference in the world? These Halloween costumes are perfect for people who care about the environment â€“ and don’t mind preaching about it to cornered party guests who’re just trying to have some damn fun. More
Bloody Clever: How to make all the fake blood your Halloween costume requires. (via Buzzfeed)
Year after year, no matter how many Halloween parties you attend, one thing always happens: Someone shows up in a politically incorrect costume and makes everyone else feel really uncomfortable. Most likely this person thinks he or she is hilarious, rather than completely offensive. Unfortunately, we can almost guarantee that you’ll see at least one of these cringe-worthy costumes this weekend. What do you think: In bad taste or just harmless fun? Check out our gallery of 10 politically incorrect Halloween costumes, and let us know if you spot any that trump these doozies on October 31. More
We haven’t carved pumpkins yet â€” we’re waiting til this weekend to hollow out everyone’s favorite gourds. But we’ve been browsing Flickr for some inspiration, and we found more than a few Halloween jack-o’-lanterns that we’d be happy to display on our front stoops. Check out ten of our faves: More