Here’s the story: a group of roommates decided it would be a good idea to leave boxes of full-size candy bars unattended on their porch on Halloween night. The idea was to see—via a security camera feed—which kids would be considerate and take just one candy bar, and which kids would be greedy and take a few extra.
On the list of Bad Halloween Costume Ideas, “Suicide Bomber” has got to be at or near the very top. There will always be social consequences for wearing such a thing. Then there are the consequences of wearing your suicide bomber costume on a goddamn military base, and those are a whole other matter.
Halloween isn’t complete with out a few tricks, like a 25-foot tall, 350 pound inflatable pumpkin, on the wings of the wind, barreling into your person.
Fall’s crisp days are quickly drying out into a spooky, bitter cold as Halloween approaches and small, masked children gather in mobs. But this Hallow’s Eve promises to be even more frightening, as something truly macabre awaits us: it’s the sweet taste of death and it’s coming from inside the house.
Dressing up in costume is a debatably enjoyable Halloween tradition that follows you from the trick-or-treating outings of childhood to the Halloween parties hosted by friends who have not yet addressed their problem with drinking of adulthood. For those in the latter scenario, there is often a desire to stay relevant—pop culturally speaking. Like by wearing this sexy pizza rat costume.
Last night, Jimmy Kimmel continued his annual tradition of ripping families apart by asking parents, for the fourth year in a row, to tell their kids they ate all the Halloween candy. The results range from wounded tears to straight-up post-Halloween sugar tantrums to being surprisingly calm about the whole thing.