Quiet while I carve my peampkin. pic.twitter.com/rXbDnMDZ6k— Steve Casino (@SteveCasino1) October 21, 2020
Check out the jersey they just trotted out for “day of the dead” festivities. pic.twitter.com/kYclKVLI7p— Humberto Tapia (@kingtootz) October 22, 2020
Ok so I was driving on an empty road in an unincorporated part of the Bay Area and I spotted the 12 foot tall skeleton in the middle of a field. This is my favorite spotting thus far. CC @TaylorLorenz.— Sally Elshorafa (@sallykuchar) October 18, 2020
Also the sightings need a hashtag. #skeletonwatch? pic.twitter.com/3R0eYS21yF
Excited to share this new zine created with the wonderful Bron Hazelwood & @claire_voon ! Together we made recipes people have had carved on their tombstones. While the results were mixed, you can try them out yourself with “Cooking with the Dead” https://t.co/MaXyUbcWMy pic.twitter.com/BTL86UQiPd— Allison C. Meier (@AllisonCMeier) October 16, 2020
October cooking tips pic.twitter.com/TqpWKrD0Gz— Steve Niles (@SteveNiles) October 19, 2020
My neighbor’s “Skeleton Zoom” display rules. pic.twitter.com/VWFZiussaL— Brian Stack (@BrianStack153) October 18, 2020
This house in my neighborhood every year nails Halloween decorations. pic.twitter.com/eX19mACqUv— Gelly Bean (@funangela) October 18, 2020
Advertising guy: "guys nobody is buying our acetate sheets anymore what can we do????"— Carta Monir (@CartaMonir) October 19, 2020
Me, high out of my mind: "fellas... I just had the idea that's going to save our company." pic.twitter.com/A6oSiDg6in
*Wizard hat kit available at Amazon.
one of the best skeleton-based scenes in cinema, hong kong undefeated, jing wong is a god pic.twitter.com/OzNqs0uXXf— many people are saying highlight reel is back (@Papapishu) October 22, 2020
*More Halloween fun.