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10-31-2010 @ 8:29AM
I'm confused about the halloween thing... it's today (sunday) here in the UK, but I kept seeing Americans talking about it being yesterday. /slowmindedI just need a damn toothpick to complete the achi, gonna be camping inkeepers tonight!
10-31-2010 @ 9:13AM
Mate, the RNG is ridiculous. In my case I didn't see anything all, what, 10 days or however long it was. This weekend they've dropped four times. four. I WOULD send you one but...
10-31-2010 @ 10:37AM
For some people they felt it inappropriate to celebrate Halloween on a Sunday so they did it Saturday. Not everyone agrees though so some people celebrated Saturday and some will/are on Sunday.
10-31-2010 @ 11:05AM
Really depends on your area. For instance, back when I lived in Alabama everyone would do it Saturday if it was on Sunday. Up in Virginia in the big city, everyone does it Sunday. But hey, love halloween. And I am sure God will not be offended by me rocking out in my punk fairy costume for the trick or treaters. And if he is, then he would prolly have an issue with Christmas trees, being a pagan fertility symbol and all.
10-31-2010 @ 1:49PM
You see, it's much easier to throw frat and house parties on a Saturday night, because the cleanup takes forever and we still have class on Monday, even if we're all still monstrously hung over. So, Sunday is that cleanup day. Also, people from other schools can drive to their (girl/boy)friend's school for the weekend and be back for Monday classes, if the parties are on Saturday.
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