Most parents see Halloween as a night to have fun dressing up as your favorite character and eat insane amounts of sugar, but that’s not the case for your parents. If you grew up in a religious Latino home chances are your Halloween looked something like this…
Every Halloween-themed commercial you watched with your parents immediately turned into a Bible lesson.
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Just play it safe and don’t watch tv for the whole month of October.
You wouldn’t dare ask your parents for permission to go to a haunted maze or horror theme park.
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Because “that’s how you let the devil in.”
You were always the Debbie Downer of your squad because you were the only one not dressing up for Halloween.
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What I’ll be doing on Halloween? Praying, duh!
And trick-or-treating was basically a death sentence according to your mom and “Primer Impacto.”
Your mom knows a friend of a friend of another friend that knows someone who died because there was a blade inside a Snickers bar.
There was only one Halloween event your mom would let you attend…
Yes, Hallelujah-Ween is a thing and I don’t want to talk about it.
But if you were brave, you knew this was the only magical time of year you were able to troll your mom.
She really thinks you’re being serious.