Anonymous
Anonymous asked in EnvironmentGlobal Warming · 3 weeks ago

what is Halloween?

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  • 3 weeks ago

    It's the day before all saint's day, hence all hallows eve. Somehow that became associated with the mocking and depreciation of religion. The addition of a candy based protection racket (trick or treat) is beyond my understanding.

  • Poppy
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    3 weeks ago

    Spoopy time! American holiday with a lot of history but nowadays it means (mainly kids) dressing up in costumes, typically characters from movies, tv, etc, and going to stores/houses for candy. Grownups are expected to buy a ton of candy/snacks to give to these kids.People also put up spooky decorations, like Christmas, but spoopy. People also watch spoopy movies, and sometimes go to "haunted houses" ("real" or staged for fun), maybe play escape games.

  • Teva
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    3 weeks ago

    It's all hallows eve. It's the night in the year where all the souls of the people who have died during the previous 12 months, depart from this realm and on to another.

  • 3 weeks ago

    Halloween does not correlate with global warming.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    Halloween is the one day a year that you can pretend to be someone or something that you’re not without getting made fun of.

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