Halloween drives me as crazy as Hannibal. The bratty kids all lining up at my door and egging my house if I dont give them sweets. Halloween should burn in hell with those who celebrate it.
Can't stand people who keep dressing up for a pointless celebration (of what? ) after the age of 10. because British Columbians have added fireworks to the silly event. Grow up ya losers. I thought it was silly and pointless as a kid and still do. And by the way it's not a "holiday" at all, no one acctually gets Halloween off work or school. Perhaps if it was a real holiday and a day off was in order I would enjoy it... so I could go and do something way more fun, cooler and healthier and avoid all the weenies that dress up.
Sure, it's supposed to be a fun day for kids to dress up as Superman or whatever. When they're in college, they're still doing that. But I can't even say that's why I dislike it. Halloween is, to me, my dad ranting about how evil it is, and my mom closes the blinds and we pretend we're not home. Thanks, dad. - BonJovi17
Not really a bad holiday, just extremely overrated and so childish in my opinion. You should stop going trick or treating sometime when you're a pre-teen. Plus, I just don't get the point when you can BUY candy. And Christmas can't be overrated, it's the most important because It's Jesus's birthday, plus, Christmas is the most loved holiday, most (and myself) think it's the best holiday and better than Birthdays.
Nah man, people can go trick or treating as much as they want to lol - DCfnaf
Childish and overrated. I'll bet you 100 Hershey bars the kids who claim that this is the best holiday are gonna hate it once they have kids as an adult and are forced to find a crappy costume and give out candy to kids. For what purpose are you even giving candy to those kids? Let alone buying it. I bet they aren't grateful for it. I could spend my money on something else and someone who actually needs it. Not this.
Halloween is the second worst holiday really! You are forced to buy a bucnh of useless candy that a bunchg of little kids will ask for, and if oyu don't give them candy, they will egg your house! Do you see why this holiday is awful now? Well, at least people don't egg houses in Sweden but in most other countries they do this! The only good thing about this holiday is carving pumkins but that's like 10% of the whole holiday! - darthvadern
Living in the U.K. I am not a big fan of Hallowe'en at all. When I was a boy more than 50 years ago, we did not celebrate it at all here, because we have always celebrated 5th November instead. This is our Bonfire Night, when we make an effigy of Guy Fawkes (who unsuccessfully tried to blow up our Houses of Parliament that day in 1605) and throw it on a bonfire, and we also let off fireworks. However in more recent years Hallowe'en has begin to be celebrated, especially with "trick or treat". In the U.S.A. as I understand it, "trick or treat" is for younger children going from door to door, usually with adult supervision, and having made the effort to dress as witches. But here in the U.K. in my experience it is so often just teenagers out on the rampage that evening, and being so keen to play a trick that they do not bother to knock on your door asking for a treat. So on past Halloweens I have had eggs thrown at all of the windows of my house (including upstairs) or my car door locks ... more
Today is this stupid holiday, it's my least favourite, I hate seeing evil decorations at people houses every year and the rip hands and skeletons and graves and stuff it disturbing to me, at least it all done by tomorrow and done until October 2018
This holiday is so extremely overrated. You just go to a random person's house and get candy even though you can just buy it from the store. - Call