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Oct 30, 2015

What to do if your area doesn't celebrate Halloween

I found out that my area doesn't celebrate Halloween. But, I am 'gainst that.

But, if you live in a non-English speaking country, I can show you how to prepare yourself for faux Halloween.

1. Draw some lines on your face.

This may work best with a marker. No matter what color it is, find a marker (or a ball-point pen!), and then start drawing angry eyebrows, scary lines around your cheek, etc. and then don't wash your face! You will look angry so much everybody will be scared of you. You can also draw faux blood.

2. Do some angry poses.

Don't forget screamers! That's extensively important for both you and people around you, even those you know. When you arrive into a house, don't first say good afternoon or else, but just, scare them! Note: If the person is a mother, don't scare him enough so that the baby starts crying.

3. Act like a vampire.

Think you're a vampire. Then, if you think you can be like a vampire, simply put some red around your fac and, booo! If you don't have a red, you can use orange or pink. Then, act you're dead rising from the tomb and then prepare to scare people!

4. Build a fake tomb inside or outside your house.

This works for both miniature and 1:1-like size creatures. "R.I.P" is optional.

For miniature ones, you can use Lego bricks or you can make it from modelling clay (if you have!). You can use white or shades of gray.

For 1:1-like ones, you can use carton. First draw the folding net, then, start folding! But don't forget to cut around the border of your folding net. It's optional to color it, but I recommend you white or shades of gray, again. Then, when it's finished, put it outside your house in the morning of October 31.

I didn't want to forget, and I don't want to do that, to say, happy Halloween!

Oct 18, 2015

Why can't we alone pick up clothing for important events as kids?

There was bad opinion as I was chosen pants (yeah, gay jeans) from my aunt's wedding (which occurred May 5, 2014, a year ago) and I just simply want to ask this question: why cannot we alone pick up our own clothing as kids before an important event begins?

I may start discovering the reason but I couldn't even still know what is that exact reason: why our moms and dads, give us specific clothing, and then we, as 6 year old children, and then we get the question: why can't we just pick our own clothing alone and instead decide to go on mother's lifestyle?

I never wanted to put on jeans, and I never will. Today my baby sister's baptism occurs (but my baby sister is 1 year old) and I was embarrassed when my mom chose those pants from the wedding for me to dress up them, but I refuse, refuse and refuse - I f***ing hate why do we dress up specific clothing as kids!

First of all I will never attend weddings due to loud music, I will never attend specific "gala"-like ceremonies - this is the last one I'm attending. First, the reason is, why does the bridesman hold kids in Serbia? Fuck that country, I hope I can migrate to a better thing.

End of story. The baptism of my baby sister is my LAST EVENT EVER I'm attending.

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