Remember Halloween Is About Candy But It’s Also About Trying To Scare The Crap Out Of People
What’s the first word in Trick-or-Treat? Obviously, it’s “trick.” So let’s make sure we’re not forgetting to spook, scare, trick, fool and embarrass folks (safely, of course) on this holiday. You don’t even need shaving cream, rotten eggs or toilet paper in order to do a good prank, just some ingenuity, and a little bit of evil. Muahahahahahaha!
This museum in Washington D.C. doesn’t even wait for Halloween. It freaks people out every day with this high tech scare.
A museum in Washington DC has a virtual shark tank, telling you to touch the glass if you dare. So, this guy did. pic.twitter.com/m7vKb07uWR
— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) October 29, 2017
This weather reporter used some good ol’ green screen to do the job.
— Met Office (@metoffice) October 31, 2017
This one is truly diabolical and even takes time to get right.
— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) October 31, 2017
At least this person wrapped the brussel sprouts in chocolate.
— Michael Jay (@michaeljaysongs) October 31, 2017
I wish they would because the riots that would happen outside the house of whoever was handing this candy out would be legendary.
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Be careful when scaring unwitting participants, you may end up the one tricked.
Don't try and scare any Marines this Halloween…
— SANDBOXX (@sandboxx) October 31, 2017
When you Michael Myers, but you lit, too. Peep that Milly Rock at the end tho.
this is max getting ready to scare the boys on halloween night pic.twitter.com/ykXAZVDyQa
— ً (@sadiemaxie) October 30, 2017
You know Ellen’s been out here doing the good work for days now.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 28, 2017
Beware, the only thing scarier than being spooked by your coworkers is getting fired by your boss.
— Brett Kay (@coachkay13) October 31, 2017
However you trick-or-treat, stay safe out there folks!
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