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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

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Halloween III

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Halloween

25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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What Do You Think Of Halloween Being An Excuse For Reckless Behavior?

What do you think about people (mainly young people) using Halloween as a day for reckless behavior; such as egging houses and cars, shaving creaming random people on the street and buildings.

I even heard of kids taking it too far by beating random people with sticks and chasing them down the street.

Do you think Halloween is meant for this? Did you ever do anything like this at all on Halloween?

4 Responses to What Do You Think Of Halloween Being An Excuse For Reckless Behavior?

  • Travis says:

    Of course it was never meant to excuse kids acting like thugs. Halloween is my second favorite holiday. It’s a holiday that, in modern times, is observed for the sole purpose of having fun. Everybody should be enjoying it and it infuriates me that these little cretins are going around making people dread it. I can more than handily defend myself and I’d love for someone to try picking a fight with me, but what really steams me is when they go around hurting animals.

    Alright, as I come down off my rant, no, I never did anything like this and Halloween isn’t meant for it.

  • Woz says:

    Halloween is an evil day and that evil is evident in the children’s actions.

  • Kamakiri says:

    Well it’s only one day a year and there is never an excuse for random violence, but I think that shaving cream, toilet paper, and eggs are pretty harmless and aren’t really a big deal. Don’t get me wrong, I would be really pissed off if it happened to me, but I’d get over it.

  • morpheus8250 says:

    A bit of noisy but harmless fun on one day is alright. It’s when it gets out of hand, or goes on for more than one day that it’s a problem.

    Look at Guy Fawkes Night (Nov 5th) in Britain: Years ago, it would just be one night where people would build bonfires and let off fireworks. Now, the fireworks start getting launched in mid-October, and keep on going well into November. We get pretty sick of it after a while.

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