From my point of view, Halloween Season starts tomorrow.

Question: should I shade my creative content accordingly?  There’s gonna be a bit more anyway, given that Halloween is a fun holiday for me.   But I do not know whether a steady diet of more spooky stuff is going to still be well-received on, say, October 23rd. Thoughts?


  • acat says:

    As long as you don’t start doing Christmas-themed stuff before Thanksgiving, I’m fine with Halloween being .. supersized, let’s call it.
    I say *bring it on!*

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Fair enough, with one exception: I reserve the right to reference The Nightmare Before Christmas.

      • acat says:

        As that’s a Halloween movie (and there’s been a Jack Skellington lunchbox on top of the ‘fridge since Junior was in middle school) that’s entirely cool.

  • Herp McDerp says:

    Hey, if Howard Tayler can do Schlocktober …

  • Luke says:

    Spooky is fine.
    (shrug) But most stuff surrounding Halloween isn’t spooky. So don’t feel bound by the theme. Especially if candy if involved.

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