Monday, October 31, 2005

No Halloween

I was walking downtown yesterday and was suddenly horrified.
Christmas stuff is already all over the windows of the shops.
OH-MY-GOD.

We are in OCTOBER people!!!!

I thought they were absolutely crazy. Something didn't make sense around here, somehow. Why was it already Christmas time in the shopping world? Ah. Because there is no Halloween here. Usually, you get bombarded by witches, pumpkins and stuff, by what...august? Nah, not here. In a country where they use pumpkin in about every dish imaginable. I think that's weird. Anyway.

I usually start getting excited about my birthday when Halloween is coming. But not this year, it's pretty strange.

Today, it is Halloween, but nothing is happening.

How boring. Poor kids.

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Blogger vanou said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

bon halloween! je suis en papillon aujourd'hui (et en lapin aussi - lorsque mes ailes tomberont).
Poor kids in deed.
1 week before the big quarter of a century! how exciting!!
m-a xx

1:52 AM  
Blogger pappidou said...

Hé oui, que veux-tu ! On peut pas être en été et passer l'Halloween. Fait trop chaud dans les costumes...
Le décompte a commencé ici pour Noël, bien sûr! Ça va être la follie furieuse tout à l'heure...
Mais faut passer le 7 novembre avant...une autre grande fête...Aimes-tu mieux « quart de siècle » ou « 25 ans » ???

Souviens-toi : « La valeur n'attend pas le nombre des années »...

XX

6:36 AM  

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