Street view pic.twitter.com/ZzxntYPHcm— mfletcherchristian (@mfletcherchristian) October 31, 2020
Halloween 2020. pic.twitter.com/yhXsLtLeNr— Margot Roosevelt (@margotroosevelt) October 31, 2020
Ah yes. Me. My himbo. And my 300 dollar twelve foot tall home depot skeleton. pic.twitter.com/I7nRgobPUQ— THRED (@thredcount) October 6, 2020
#SanJose has a major problem with pesky wild pigs that often destroy golf courses, lawns, etc. The city has voted against using bow and arrows to get rid of them: https://t.co/jwz3udKsgT pic.twitter.com/iXQMRrQkyb— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) October 28, 2020
An old friend of mine works in local government. We share a sense of humour. This lives in a council library, somewhere in the United Kingdom.— Driver H. Potter (@DriverPotter) October 31, 2020
Anyone who says the civil service aren’t prepared for the worst is wrong. pic.twitter.com/v27TfboRF6
The yard with the twelve foot tall skeleton is dead to me.— Adam VOTE NO ON 22 Murray l BLM (@Atom_Murray) October 28, 2020
The neighbors who made animatronic tree arms are the new champions.
I fucking love Halloween. pic.twitter.com/zZIsprFOnx
Chris Sarandon deciding to munch on apples as a character tic in Fright Night because he'd prepared for playing a vampire by reading library books about bats is just the best. pic.twitter.com/wNVBVTyGnc— Macabresky (@MinovskyArticle) October 28, 2020
Resting vampire face pic.twitter.com/DnubU0lSuQ— Garth Greenwell (@GarthGreenwell) October 29, 2020
Satan bless Katie Skelly - THIS is how you should open a comics pic.twitter.com/gdzP2heUfK— Tom Shapira (@tomshaps) October 28, 2020
NASA's image of the day today is RIPE for an always-has-been-ification. pic.twitter.com/0PCIU3EbBs— John Wiseman (@lemonodor) October 30, 2020
I have to wonder how many parents are currently living in the cognitively dissonant world where they're fine with their kids going trick-or-treating because COVID isn't that big a deal but WHAT IF THERE ARE DRUGS IN THE CANDIES OR RAZOR BLADES IN THE APPLES????— Cassie LaBelle (@CassieCeleste) October 30, 2020
Meanwhile a man named Leonard Shoulders fell into sinkhole full of rats? https://t.co/gCjvZCJC98— Jessica Pressler (@jpressler) October 28, 2020
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